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Dr. Laura Rosella discusses a population risk tool she developed as a model for predicting which adults in a health system are most at risk of becoming a heavy user of health care within five years.
Dr. Rinku Sutradhar discusses her new study showing that opioid use is 22 percent more likely in cancer survivors than in individuals without a history of cancer.
Dr. Eva Grunfeld discusses her study on how women interact with their primary care providers during the period of adjuvant chemotherapy treatment for early-stage breast cancer.
On June 7, 2017, ICES hosted the Mental Health and Addictions Research Symposium 2017. The event also launched The Mental Health of Children and Youth in Ontario: 2017 Scorecard
Dr. Baiju Shah discusses his study showing that immigrants from Southeast and East Asia have a higher risk for thyroid cancer than other immigrants and non-immigrants in Ontario.
Dr. Moira Kapral discusses her study which found that 1 in 5 stroke patients were not given swallowing tests.