Michael (Mike) Carter

PhD (University of Waterloo)

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Additional Recent Publications

Referred Journal Publications:

Graber-Naidich, A., Carter, M.W., and Verter, V., “Restructuring the Resident Training System for Improving the Equity of Access to Primary Care” European Journal of Operations Research Vol. 258, Issue 3, May 2017, pp.1143–1155.

Pitzul KB, Wodchis WP, Kreder HJ, Carter MW, Jaglal SB. “Discharge destination following hip fracture: comparative effectiveness and cost analyses”. Archives of Osteoporosis 12:87 December 2017.

Esensoy, A.V., and Carter, M.W., “Whole-System Patient Flow Modelling to Assess Health Care Transformation Policies” European Journal of Operations Research 266, April 2018, pp. 221-237.

Eagen, B.K., Chan, T.C.Y. and Carter, M.W., “Women's College Hospital Uses Operations Research to Create an Ambulatory Clinic Schedule” Service Science Volume: 10, Number: 3 (September 2018): 230-240.

Recent refereed conference publications:

S.C. Brailsford, M.W. Carter, and S.H. Jacobson “Five Decades of Healthcare Simulation” Proceedings of Winter Sim 2017, Las Vegas, NA, December 2017, pp 365-384.

R. Busby and M.W. Carter. “Data-Driven Generic Discrete Event Simulation Model of Hospital Patient Flow Considering Surge.” 2017 Winter Simulation Conference, December 2017, pp 3006-3017.

Hu, A., Hawa, T., Kutob, D., and Carter, M.W. "Planning for the future: using industrial engineering methodology to predict future resource needs for rehabilitation pharmacists”. Poster presented at the GTA Rehab Network Best Practices Day, May 3, 2019.

Busby, C. and Carter, M.W. “Benefits of a Broader View: Patient Flow Modelling of Congested Hospitals”. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Health Care Systems Engineering conference, Montreal PQ, May 2019