DeRiviere L. Wranik WD. Grace J. (2021). Gender and public sector careers: the motivations of Master of Public Administration students. Canadian Public Administration. 64(3):360-388. 

Wranik WD. Haydt SM. (2018). Funding models and medical dominance in interdisciplinary primary care teams: qualitative evidence from three Canadian provinces. Human Resources for Health. 16:38 

Wranik WD. Haydt SM. Katz A. Levy AR. Korchagina M. Edwards JM. Bower I. (2017). Funding and remuneration of interdisciplinary primary care teams in Canada: a conceptual framework and application. BMC Health Services Research. 17:351 

Wranik WD. Hayden JA. Price S. Parker RMN. Haydt SM. Edwards JM. Suter E. Katz A. Gambold LI. Levy AR. (2016). How best to structure interdisciplinary primary care teams: the study protocol for a systematic review with narrative framework synthesis. Systematic Reviews. 5(1):170 

Wranik WD. Katz A. (2015) A typology of pay-for-performance programs in publicly funded primary health care systems. Health Systems and Policy Research. 2(1):8 

Rudmik L. Wranik WD. Rudisill-Michaelson C. (2014). Physician Payment Methods: a focus on quality and cost control. Journal of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, 34(1):34 

Wranik WD. Durier-Copp M. (2011). Framework for the design of physician remuneration methods in primary health care. Social Work in Public Health. 26:231-259 

Wranik WD. Durier-Copp M. (2010). Physician remuneration methods for primary physicians in Canada: Expected outcomes and lessons learned. Health Care Analysis. 18(1):35-59 

Wranik WD. (2008). Health human resource planning in Canada: A typology and its application. Health Policy. 86:27-41