Gratianne Vaisson has training in cellular and molecular biology and is currently interested in the use of user-centered design in the development and evaluation of tools used in health services. More specifically, her interests include describing the nature of patient and physician involvement in the development of patients decision aids. She is also interested in studying factors that influence access by primary care physicians in Ontario to their audit and feedback reports in order to improve the implementation of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening guidelines in primary care.
More broadly her research interests are:
- Development and evaluation of knowledge translation tools: audit and feedback reports, patients decision aids
- Implementation science
- Knowledge translation
- Pragmatic evaluations
- Practice improvement and improvement of the health system
- Systematic reviews