Primary Health Care

Publications authored by CHSPR faculty and staff from 2009 to the present are listed here. Older peer-reviewed publications are usually available from individual journals and can be searched for using PubMed. Older reports published by CHSPR (from 1973) are available from the UBC Library cIRcle database. If you cannot find a specific publication, please contact us.


Watson D, Mooney D, McKendry R, Martin D, McLeod C, Regan S, Wong S. On the road to renewal: mapping primary health care in British Columbia. Vancouver (BC): UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research; Sept 2009. Read more

Wong ST, Regan S. Patient perspectives on primary health care in rural communities: effects of geography on access, continuity and efficiency. Rural Remote Health. 2009 Jan-Mar;9(1):1142. Read more

Wong ST, Watson DE, Young E, Regan S. What do people think is important about primary healthcare? Healthc Policy. 2008 Feb;3(3):89-104. Read more

Wong ST, Peterson S, Regan S, Watson DE, Black C. Understanding British Columbians’ experiences with primary health care: developing a sector-specific survey. Vancouver (BC): UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research; Sept 2007. Read more

Watson D, Black C, Peterson S, Mooney D, Reid RJ. Who are the primary health care physicians in British Columbia? 1996/97-2004/05. Vancouver (BC): UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research; Aug 2006. Read more

Wong ST, Watson DE, Young E, Mooney D, MacLeod M. Who are the primary health care registered nurses in British Columbia? Vancouver (BC): UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research; Mar 2006. Read more

Watson DE, Krueger H, Mooney D, Black C. Planning for renewal: mapping primary health care in British Columbia. Vancouver (BC): UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research; Jan 2005. Read more

Watson D, Broemeling AM, Reid R, Black C. A results-based logic model for primary health care: Laying an evidence-based foundation to guide performance measurement, monitoring and evaluation. Vancouver, BC: Centre for Health Services and Policy Research; 2004. Read more