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Giacomini M, Winsor S, Abelson J. Ethics in health technology assessment: Understanding health technologies as policies. Healthcare Management Forum. 2013. 26(2):72-76.
Giacomini M, DeJean D, Hurley J. Fair reckoning: A qualitative investigation of responses to an economic health resource allocation survey. Health Expectations. 2012. 15(1).
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Giacomini M. Theory based medicine and the role of evidence: Why the Emperor needs new clothes, again. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 2009. 52(2):234-251.
Giacomini M, Kenny N, DeJean D. Ethics frameworks in Canadian health policies: foundation, scaffolding, or window dressing? Health Policy. 2008. 89(1):58–71.
Giacomini M, Hurley J. 2008. Issues in evaluating equity. In: & Potvin, L., McQueen, D., (eds) Health Promotion Evaluation Practices in the Americas: Values and Research. New York: Springer.
Giacomini M, Cook D. Qualitative research. In: User's Guide to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Practice, 2nd ed. G. Guyatt, et al., Editors. 2008, McGraw-Hill: New York. p. 341-362.
Miller FA, Giacomini M, Robert JS, Christensen R. Duty to disclose what? Querying the putative obligation to return research results to participants. Journal of Medical Ethics. 2008. 34(3):210-3
Giacomini M, Kenny N, DeJean D. Ethics frameworks in Canadian health policies: foundation, scaffolding, or window dressing? Health Policy. 2008.
Miller FA, Giacomini M, Ahern C. Contending visions in the evolution of genetic medicine: the case of cancer genetic services in Ontario, Canada. Social Science and Medicine. 2008. 67(1):152-60.
Giacomini M. One of these things is not like the others: The idea of precedence in health technology assessment and coverage decisions. Milbank Quarterly. 2005. 83(2):193-223.
Kenny N, Giacomini M. Wanted: a new ethics field for health policy analysis. Health Care Analysis: An International Journal of Health Care Philosophy and Policy. 2005. 13(4).
Giacomini M. Interdisciplinarity in health services research: dreams and nightmares, maladies and remedies. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 2004. 9(3):177-183.
Giacomini M, Miller F, O’Brien B. Economic considerations for health insurance coverage of emerging predictive genetic tests. Community Genetics. 2003. 6:61-73.
Giacomini M, Hurley J, Gold I, Smith P, Abelson J. The policy analysis of ‘values talk’: lessons from Canadian health reform. Health Policy. 2003. 67:15-24.