Evans JM, Mackinnon M, Pereira J. Earle C, Gagnon B, Arthurs E, Gradin S, Buchman S, Wright FC. Integrating early palliative care into routine practice for patients with cancer: A mixed methods evaluation of the INTEGRATE Project. Psycho‐Oncology. 2019;1–8. https://doi.org/10.1002/pon.5076.
Granek L, Buchman S. Improving physician well-being: lessons from palliative care. CMAJ April 08, 2019. 191 (14) E380-E381; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.190110. http://www.cmaj.ca/content/191/14/E380?rss=1
Bruno Gagnon, Sandy Buchman, Anum Irfan Khan, Marnie MacKinnon, Sara Urowitz, Tara Walton, Marie Immacula Fabienne Cléophat-Jolicoeur and José Pereira. Do family health clinics provide primary-level palliative care in Ontario and the eastern regions of Quebec? Can Fam Physician 2019; 65:118-124. CA http://www.cfp.ca/content/65/2/118.abstract?etoc . Accessed February 14, 2019
Buchman S. Why I decided to provide assisted dying: it is truly patient centred care BMJ 2019; 364 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l412 (Published 30 January 2019)
Mittmann N, Liu N, MacKinnon M, Look Hong NJ, Earle C, Gradin S, Sati S, Buchman S, Jakda A, Wright F. Does early palliative identification improve the use of palliative care services? PLOS One (in press 2019)
Evans J, Mackinnon M, Pereira J, Earle C, Gagnon B, Arthurs E, Gradin S, Walton T, Wright F, Buchman S. Building Capacity for Palliative Care Delivery in Primary Care Settings: The INTEGRATE Project in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Family Physician (in press 2019)
Vierhout, M., Vernbut, J., Amos, E., Buchman, S., Husain, A., Meuser, J., & Bernstein, M. (2019) Loss of relationship: a qualitative study of families and healthcare providers after patient death and home-based palliative care ends. Annals of Palliative Medicine, 8(2), 130-139.
Wales J, Isenberg S, Weiger P, Shapiro J, Cellarius V, Buchman S, Hussain A, Khoshnood N. Providing Medical Assistance in Dying within a Home Palliative Care Program in Toronto, Canada: An Observational Study of the First Year of Experience. Journal of Palliative Medicine VOL. 21, NO. 11. Published Online: 29 Oct 2018 https://doi.org/10.1089/jpm.2018.0175. CA
Nicole Mittmann, Ning Liu, Marnie MacKinnon, Soo Jin Seung, Nicole Look Hong, Craig Earle, Sharon Gradin, Saurabh Sati, Sandy Buchman, Frances Catriona Wright. Active identification of patients appropriate for palliative care: Impact on use of palliative care and home care resources. Journal of Clinical Oncology. DOI: 10.1200/JCO.2018.36.30_suppl.101 Journal of Clinical Oncology - published online September 25, 2018. CA
Bridging Silos: Delivering Integrated Care to Patients with Cancer in Ontario, Canada. Buchman, S. Evans, J. MacKinnon, M. Gradin, S. Wright, F. Psycho-Oncology. 2018: 1-4.
Wright F, Buchman S, Mackinnon M, Rajmohan Y. Multidisciplinary Cancer Conferences as a form of patients who can benefit from a palliative approach to care: INTEGRATE quality improvement project. Journal Of Clinical Oncology March 2017.
Buchman S, Wright F, Mackinnon M, Mani R. P139 Early Integration of Palliative Care in Ontario: INTEGRATE Quality Improvement Project. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.10.217 December 2016.
Gagnon B, Urowitz S, Buchman S, Miladi N. P345 Evaluation of a French Version of the Primary Care’s Tool for a Palliative Care Approach. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.10.349 December 2016
Cartagena R, Thompson A, Katebian K, Lemmens T, Geist R, Schipper H, Buchman S, Heesoo K, Handelman M. Understanding the relationship between suffering and capacity at the end-of-life: A pilot study. Improving the Last Stages of Life. December 2016. The Law Commission of Ontario. http://www.lco-cdo.org/Cartagena%20et%20al.pdf.
Social Accountability at the macro level: Framing the Big Picture. Meili R, Buchman S, Woollard R, Goel R. Canadian Family Physician October 2016 vol. 62 no.10
Social accountability at the meso level: Into the community. Woollard R, Buchman S, Meili R, Strasser R, Alexander I, Goel R. Canadian Family Physician July 2016 vol. 62 no. 7 538-540.
Social accountability at the micro level: One patient at a time. Goel R, Buchman S, Meili R, Woollard R. Canadian Family Physician April 2016 vol. 62 no. 4 287-290.
Equity and Practice Issues in Colorectal Cancer Screening: A Mixed Methods Study. Buchman, S. Rozmovitz,L. Glazier, R. Canadian Family Physician April 2016 vol. 62 no. 4 e186-e193
Practising social accountability: from theory to action. Buchman S, Woollard R, Meili R, Goel R. Canadian Family Physician January 2016 vol. 62 no. 1 15-18.
Are family medicine residents adequately trained to deliver palliative care? Mahtani R, Kurahashi A, Buchman S, Webster F, Husain A, Goldman R. Canadian Family Physician December 2015 vol. 61 no. 12 e577-e582
Evans J.M. Matheson G., Buchman S.,MacKinnon M., Meertens E., Ross J., Johal H. Integrating Cancer Care Beyond the Hospital and Across the Cancer Pathway: A Patient-Centred Approach. Healthcare Quarterly. 2015 Feb;17(Special):28-32.
Campbell-Scherer, D. Rogers, J. Manca, D. Lang-Robertson, K. Bell, S. Salvalaggio, G. Greiver, M. Korownyk, C. Klein, D. Carroll, J.C. Kahan, M. Meuser, J. Buchman, S. Barrett, R.M. Grunfeld, E. Guideline harmonization and implementation plan for the BETTER trial: Building on Existing Tools to Improve Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening in Family Practice. cmajo. 2014 Jan 22. 2:E1-E10; published online January 22, 2014, doi:10.9778/cmajo.20130040.
Gauvin FP, Lavis JN, Buchman S, et al. Improving End-of-life Communication, Decision-making and Care in Ontario. 2013 Sep 11. Hamilton, Canada: McMaster Health Forum, 11 September 2013.
Meili R, Buchman S. Social accountability: at the heart of family medicine. Can Fam Physician. 2013 Apr 1;59(4): 335-6.
Buchman S, Howe M. The Teaching Moment: Teaching End-of-Life Care in the Home. Canadian Family Physician. Vol.58, p 114-116, January 2012.
Cheng SM, Librach SL, Berry R, Buchman S. Healthcare integration: the study of the toronto central regional hospice palliative care “system” and its integration challenges. Healthcare Quarterly. 2010 Jan 1;13(4):78-83.
Buchman, S, Hung, A, Berman, H. Palliative Care in the Primary Care Setting. Geriatrics & Aging. Volume 11, No.9, p 506-508, October 2008.
Buchman, S. Tariro: Finding hope in Zimbabwe. Canadian Family Physician. Vol. 53, No. 11, November 2007, pp.1971 – 1973.
Gordon, M, Buchman, D, Buchman, S. “Bad News” Communication in Palliative Care: A Challenge and Key to Success. Annals of Long-term Care – A Clinical Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. Volume 15, No. 4, p 32-38, April 2007.
President’s Message, Canadian Family Physician:
Buchman S. Saying yes. Canadian Family Physician. 2012 Nov 1;58(11):1302-3.
Buchman, S. Physician-assisted dying: Bringing the family physician perspective to the table. Can Fam Physician. October 2012, 58: 1169.
Buchman, S. It’s about time: 3-year FM residency training. Can Fam Physician. September 2012, 58: 1045. l
Buchman, S. Let’s depend on one another. Can Fam Physician. August 2012, 58: 901.
Buchman, S. The CFPC’s Research and Education Foundation: Giving back to family medicine. Can Fam Physician. July 2012, 58: 805.
Buchman, S. Screening for poverty in family practice. Can Fam Physician. June 2012, 58: 709.
Buchman, S. Transformative teachers. Can Fam Physician. May 2012, 58: 605.
Buchman, S. QI: the times they are a-changin’. Can Fam Physician. April 2012 58: 485.
Buchman, S. There’s no place like home. Can Fam Physician. March 2012, 58: 349.
Buchman, S. No free lunch. Can Fam Physician. February 2012, 58: 229.
Buchman, S. The Daniel Glazier Award in Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Can Fam Physician. January 2012, 58: 118.
Buchman, S. Making good choices. Can Fam Physician. December 2011, 57: 1477.