*Marchildon, G.P., T.R. Katapally, C.A. Beck, S. Abonyi, J. Episkenew, P. Pahwa, and J.A. Dosman. 2015. Exploring policy driven systemic inequities leading to differential access to care among Indigenous populations with obstructive sleep apnea in Canada. International Journal for Equity in Health 14(148): DOI: 10.1186/s12939-105-0279-3.
Marchildon, G.P. 2014. Health system leadership and the federal role in Canada. HealthcarePapers, 14(3): 33-38.
*Marchildon, G.P., and H. Mou. 2014. A needs-based allocation formula for Canada Health Transfer. Canadian Public Policy, 40(3): 209-223.
*Marchildon, G.P. 2014. The three dimensions of universal Medicare in Canada. Canadian Public Administration, 57(3): 362-382.
*Marchildon, G.P. 2014. Agenda setting in a parliamentary federation: universal Medicare in Canada, in Studying Public Policy: An International Approach, ed. M. Hill. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, 76-87.
*Stabile, M., S. Thomson, S. Allin, S. Boyle, R. Busse, K. Chevreul, G. Marchildon, and E. Mossialos. 2013. Health care cost containment strategies used in four other high-income countries hold lessons for the United States. Health Affairs 32(4): 643-652.
*Marchildon, G.P., and N.C. O’Byrne. 2013. Last province aboard: New Brunswick and national Medicare. Acadiensis 42(1): 150-167
*Marchildon, G.P. 2013. The future of the federal role in Canadian health care, in Health Care Federalism in Canada: Critical Junctures and Critical Perspectives, ed. K. Fierlbeck and W. Lahey. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 177-191.
*Marchildon, G.P. 2011. A house divided: deinstitutionalization, medicare and the Canadian Mental Health Association in Saskatchewan, 1944-1964. Histoire sociale / Social History 44(88): 305-329
*Marchildon, G.P., and K. Schrijvers. 2011. Physician resistance and the forging of public health care: a comparative analysis of doctors’ strikes in Canada and Belgium in the 1960s. Medical History 55(2): 203-222. Awarded Best English-Language Article in Political History by the Canadian Historical Association in 2012.
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