Published on in Vol 25 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/40267, first published .
Characteristics and Health Care Use of Patients Attending Virtual Walk-in Clinics in Ontario, Canada: Cross-sectional Analysis

Characteristics and Health Care Use of Patients Attending Virtual Walk-in Clinics in Ontario, Canada: Cross-sectional Analysis

Characteristics and Health Care Use of Patients Attending Virtual Walk-in Clinics in Ontario, Canada: Cross-sectional Analysis

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  1. Rahman B, Costa A, Gayowsky A, Rahim A, Kiran T, Ivers N, Price D, Jones A, Lapointe-Shaw L. The association between patients’ timely access to their usual primary care physician and use of walk-in clinics in Ontario, Canada: a cross-sectional study. CMAJ Open 2023;11(5):E847 View
  2. Lapointe-Shaw L, Salahub C, Austin P, Bai L, Bhatia R, Bird C, Glazier R, Hedden L, Ivers N, Martin D, Shuldiner J, Spithoff S, Tadrous M, Kiran T. Virtual Visits With Own Family Physician vs Outside Family Physician and Emergency Department Use. JAMA Network Open 2023;6(12):e2349452 View
  3. Rodin R, Stukel T, Chung H, Bell C, Detsky A, Isenberg S, Quinn K, Behzadifar M. Attending physicians’ annual service volume and use of virtual end-of-life care: A population-based cohort study in Ontario, Canada. PLOS ONE 2024;19(3):e0299826 View
  4. Lapp J, Stukel T, Chung H, Bell C, Bhatia R, Detsky A, Downar J, Isenberg S, Lee D, Stall N, Tanuseputro P, Quinn K, Ayatollahi H. Association of virtual end-of-life care with healthcare outcomes before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A population-based study. PLOS Digital Health 2024;3(3):e0000463 View