Fatou Bagayogo

Sessional Assistant Professor

Email address(es):

bagayogo@yorku.ca

Faculty & School/Dept.

Faculty of Health - School of Health Policy & Management

Degrees

PhD - 2014
McGill University
Montreal

MBA - 2006
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester

Biography

Dr. Bagayogo's current research projects examine the organization of cancer care. One of them is about inter-professional collaboration and practice change in the care of older cancer patients. The other one is about explaining organizational and professional processes that influence healthcare utilization (specifically emergency room visits) by endometrial cancer patients. In her research, she mostly uses case studies involving semi-structured interviews with physicians and nurses, document analysis and administrative records. For theoretical bases, she draws from the literature on organization studies and sociology of professions. Her post-doctoral work involved collaborating with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare management researchers to rethink the way care processes can be optimized in a large urban hospital. She spent about 3 years collecting data in this hospital and participated in a number of invited presentations to its professional and administrative staff.  She is a member of the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research and the Quebec Network on Nursing Intervention Research (RRISIQ).

Her research is published in the Journal of Health Organization and Management, Age and Ageing, Journal of the Association for Information Systems.

Selected Publications

Bagayogo F.F., Lepage A., Denis J.L., Lamothe L., Lapointe L., Vedel I. (in press). Grassroots Interprofessional Networks: The case of organizing care for older cancer patients. Journal of Health Organization and Management.



Bagayogo F.F., Lepage A., Denis J.L., Lamothe L., Lapointe L., Vedel I. (in press). Explaining Cancer Specialists’ Referrals Patterns to a Geriatric Oncology Clinic. Age and Ageing. doi: 10.1093/ageing/afw101



Bagayogo, F.F., Lapointe L. and Bassellier, G. (2014). Enhanced Use: A New Perspective on IT Post Adoption. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. 15(7), 361-387.



Bagayogo, F.F., Lapointe, L., Vedel, I. and Ramaprasad, J. Co-creation of Knowledge in Healthcare: A Study of Social Media Usage (2014). Proceedings of the 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Science, Hawaii.



Bagayogo, F.F., Beaudry, A. and Lapointe, L. (2013) Impacts of IT Acceptance and Resistance Behaviors: A Novel Framework. Proceedings of the annual International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy.



Bagayogo, F.F., Lapointe L., and Bassellier, G. (2010). Enhanced Use in the Post adoption Phase: A Conceptualization. Proceedings of the 53rd ASAC Conference, Regina, Canada


Other Research Outputs

Bagayogo F.F., Lepage, A., Denis J.L., Lamothe L., Lapointe L., Vedel I. (2016) Grassroots interprofessional networks. Poster presented at the conference of the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Toronto, Canada.

 

Bagayogo F.F., Beland, F., Denis J.L., Lamothe L., Lapointe L., Vedel I. (2016) Understanding Cancer Care Trajectories. Poster presented at the conference of the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Toronto, Canada.

 

Bagayogo F.F., Lepage A., Denis J.L., Lamothe L., Lapointe L., Vedel I. (2015) Managing older cancer patients. Paper presented at the 31st EGOS Colloquium 'Organizations and the Examined Life: Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility’, Athens, Greece.

Affiliations

Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy
Member

Research and the Quebec Network on Nursing Intervention Research (RRISIQ).
Member

Supervision

Currently available to supervise graduate students:

Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers:

Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects: