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Atlases & Reports

First Nations and Diabetes in Ontario

Green ME, Jones CR, Walker JD, Shah BR, Jacklin K, Slater M, Frymire E, editors. November 2019.

This report examines health outcomes and service use of people with diabetes, comparing First Nations people with other people in Ontario between 1995/96 and 2014/15.

Building Ontario’s Next-Generation Smart Cities Through Data Governance. Part 1: Health Data Safe Haven

Cartagena RG, Victor JC, Ross K, Scrivens E, Schull MJ. November 2019.

Compute Ontario and ORION, with support from the Government of Ontario, have produced a series of reports that examine data governance models and principles.

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Journal Articles

Persistent postoperative opioid use: a systematic literature search of definitions and population-based cohort study

Jivraj NK, Raghavji F, Bethell J, Wijeysundera DN, Ladha KS, Bateman BT, Neuman MD, Wunsch H. Anesthesiology. 2020; Mar 31 [Epub ahead of print].

Trends in objectively measured and perceived mental health and use of mental health services: a population-based study in Ontario, 2002–2014

Chiu M, Amartey A, Wang X, Vigod S, Kurdyak P. CMAJ. 2020; 192(13):E329-37. 2020. Epub Mar 30. DOI:

Class III obesity and other factors associated with longer wait times for endometrial cancer surgery: a population-based study

Simpson AN, Sutradhar R, Ferguson SE, Robertson D, Cheng CY, Baxter NN. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2020; Mar 27 [Epub ahead of print]. DOI:

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At a Glance

March 2020

  • Ethnic variation in the conversion of prediabetes to diabetes among immigrant populations relative to Canadian-born residents: a population-based cohort study
  • Evaluation of a common prescribing cascade of calcium channel blockers and diuretics in older adults with hypertension
  • Association of tympanostomy tubes with future assistive hearing devices – a population based study
  • Early experience with medical assistance in dying in Ontario, Canada: a cohort study

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