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Addressing Gaps in the Health Care Services Used by Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Ontario

Lin E, Balogh RS, Durbin A, Holder L, Gupta N, Volpe T, Isaacs BJ, Weiss JA, Lunsky Y. February 2019.

This report is an initiative of H-CARDD, an Ontario-based research program that aims to enhance the overall health and well-being of individuals with developmental disabilities.

Geographic Variation in Primary Care Need, Service Use and Providers in Ontario, 2015/16

Glazier RH, Gozdyra P, Kim M, Bai L, Kopp A, Schultz SE, Tynan AM. August 2018.

This report examines variation in primary care need, primary care service use and primary care providers across Ontario’s 76 sub-regions and Toronto’s 140 neighbourhoods in 2015/16.

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Journal Articles

Cancer diagnosis and risk of suicide after accounting for prediagnosis psychiatric care: a matched‐cohort study of patients with incident solid‐organ malignancies

Klaassen Z, Wallis CJD, Chandrasekar T, Goldberg H, Sayyid RK, Williams SB, Moses KA, Terris MK, Nam RK, Urbach D, Austin PC, Kurdyak P, Kulkarni GS. Cancer. 2019; Apr 25 [Epub ahead of print].

The association of continuity of care and cancer centre affiliation with outcomes among patients with cancer who require emergency department care

Grewal K, Sutradhar R, Krzyzanowska MK, Redelmeier DA, Atzema CL. CMAJ. 2019; 191(16):E436-45. Epub 2019 Apr 23.

The impact of the adoption of a patient rostering model on primary care access and continuity of care in urban family practices in Ontario, Canada

Singh J, Dahrouge S, Green ME. BMC Fam Pract. 2019; 20(1):52. Epub 2019 Apr 18.

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At a Glance

April 2019

  • Homelessness at discharge and its impact on psychiatric readmission and physician follow-up: a population-based cohort study
  • Glucose screening in pregnancy and future risk of cardiovascular disease in women: a retrospective, population-based study
  • Differences in HbA1C at the time of diabetes diagnosis in the adult population of Ontario, Canada
  • Incidence of heart failure among immigrants to Ontario, Canada: a CANHEART immigrant study

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