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Hermine Lore Nguena Nguefack

Étudiant-e- au troisième cycle universitaire | UQAT - Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue
445, boul. de l'Université Rouyn-Noranda J9X 5E4

Biostatisticienne au laboratoire de recherche en épidémiologie de la douleur chronique, département des sciences de la santé, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT). 

 

Principal secteur de recherche ou d'activité

Sciences de la santé

Mes intérêts de recherche

Épidémiologie et biostatistique Statistiques

Mes publications

1- Nguena Nguefack HL, Pagé MG, Guénette L, Blais L, Diallo M, Godbout-Parent M, Angarita-Fonseca A and Lacasse A (2022) Gender Differences in Medication Adverse Effects Experienced by People Living With Chronic Pain. Front. Pain Res. 3:830153. doi: 10.3389/fpain.2022.830153

2- Godbout-Parent M, Nguena Nguefack HL, Angarita-Fonseca A, Audet C, Bernier A, Zahlan G, Julien N, Pagé MG, Guénette L, Blais L & Lacasse A (2022) Prevalence of Cannabis Use for Pain Management in Quebec: A Post-Legalization Estimate Among Generations Living with Chronic Pain, Canadian Journal of Pain, DOI: 10.1080/24740527.2022.2051112

3- Barrette D, Marchand P, Nguena Nguefack HL, Guittonny M (2022) The Effects of Agronomic Herbaceous Plants on the Soil Structure of Gold Mine Tailings and the Establishment of Boreal Forest Tree Seedlings. Water Air Soil Pollut 233, 16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-021-05466-9. FI : 2.574 / SJR : Q2 in the field of Pollution or in the field of Water Science and Technology.

4- Lacasse A, Gagnon V, Nguena Nguefack HL, Gosselin M, Pagé MG, Blais L, Guénette L. (2021) Chronic pain patients' willingness to share personal identifiers on the web for the linkage of medico‐administrative claims and patient‐reported data: The COPE Cohort. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 30(8), 1012–1026. FI : 2.918 / SJR : Q2 in the field of Pharmacology (medical) or in the field of Epidemiology.

5- Lacasse A, Pagé MG, Dassieu L, Sourial N, Janelle-Montcalm A, Dorais M, Nguena Nguefack HL, Godbout-Parent M, Hudspith M, Moor G, Sutton K, Thompson JM, Choinière M. (2021) Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Pharmacological, Physical and Psychological Treatments of Pain: Findings from the Chronic Pain & COVID-19 Pan-Canadian Study. PAIN Reports, 6(1), e891. FI : New journal/Not yet eligible for an impact factor / SJR : Q1 in the field of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.

6- Choinière M, Pagé MG, Lacasse A, Dassieu L, Thompson JM, Janelle‐Montcalm A, Dorais M, Nguena Nguefack HL, Hudspith M, Moor G, Sutton K. (2021) Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Canadian Armed Forces Veterans who live with chronic pain. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health [Epub ahead of print, doi: 10.1080/02770903.2020.1827425]. FI : Not listed / SJR : Q4 in the field of Medicine (miscellaneous)

7- Nguena Nguefack HL, Pagé G, Katz J, Choinière C, Vanasse A, Dorais M, Samb OM, Lacasse A, (2020) Trajectory modelling techniques useful to epidemiological research: A comparative narrative review of approaches. Clinical Epidemiology, 2020(12), 1205-1222. FI : 2.942 / SJR : Q1 in the field of Epidemiology.

8- Lacasse A, Pagé MG, Choinière C, Dorais M, Vissandjée B, Nguena Nguefack HL, Katz J, Samb OM, Vanasse A, on behalf of the TORSADE Cohort Working Group. (2020) Conducting gender-based analysis of existing databases when self-reported gender data are unavailable: The GENDER Index. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 111(2), 155-168. FI : 1.638 / SJR : Q2 in the field of Medicine (miscellaneous) or in the field of Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health.

9- Nguena Nguefack HL, Gwet H, Desmonde S, Ouwe Missi Oukem-Boyer O, Nkenfou C, Tejiokem M, Tchendjou P, Domkam I, Leroy V, Alioum A, for The Inserm U897 Infectious Diseases in Low-Income Countries Modeling Study Group (2016) Estimating Mother-to-child HIV transmission rates in Cameroon in 2011: a computer simulation approach. BMC Infectious Diseases, 16:11 DOI: 10.1186/s12879-016-1336-2. FI : 2.688 / SJR : Q1 in the field of Infectious Diseases.

Mes affiliations

  • Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT)