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Sobolev and Kuramoto (both clinical epidemiology and evaluation, Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute, Canada) offer fellow researchers a guide to methodology for studying how long patients in a universal health-care system wait for elective or other non-emergency surgery.
The study has been published in Clinical Epidemiology.
Sammel of the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Bone expert, Nicholas Harvey, Professor of Rheumatology and Clinical Epidemiology at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, leads the musculoskeletal component of study.
By identifying people at a younger age, GPs will have more chance of intervening before heart disease sets in, to help reduce their lifetime risk through treatments and lifestyle advice," said Julia Hippisley-Cox, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and General Practice in the School of Community Health.
It also discusses pathogenicity, clinical epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment.
According to lead investigator Andre Lamy, MD, MHSc, Population Health Research Institute, and Professor in the Department of Surgery and Department of Clinical Epidemiology, McMaster University, "Hospitals that currently tend to delay stable patients in favor of weekday catheterization instead of mobilizing the on-call team for an earlier invasive management of NSTE-ACS patients should consider the latter as the savings from adhering to the timing of an early intervention approach would outweigh additional costs.
Deborah Hasin, professor of clinical Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health and senior author, and colleagues at the NYS Psychiatric Institute and Harvard University analysed data from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC).
To pioneer the country's mental health information system, an alliance between Janssen and the University of the Philippines National Institute of Health (UP-NIH) and the Foundation for the Advancement of Clinical Epidemiology, Inc.
These new algorithms can predict risk of fracture in primary care populations in the UK without laboratory measurements and are therefore suitable for use in both clinical settings and for self assessment," the Telegraph quoted lead author Julia Hippisley-Cox, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Clinical Practice, University of Nottingham, as saying.
Over the next three years, lead researcher Dr Kathryn Schmitz, an assistant professor in the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics and her colleagues will enroll 160 women ages 18 to 40 with an elevated risk of developing breast cancer and will investigate two different levels of regular treadmill exercise as a possible intervention for breast cancer risk reduction.
Thoughts on assessing cardiovascular risk, clinical epidemiology, and therapeutic recommendations are presented for each condition when relevant.
Abdool Karim, professor of clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, pro vice-chancellor (research) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa, and director the Center for the AIDS Program of Research in South Africa, who led the multi-center study for the U.
The 29 articles in this volume provide detailed discussion of the various aspects connected to the editors' principle of CLINECS, a process for assessing useful health care services by combining approaches in clinical practice, clinical epidemiology, health economics, psychology, ethics, and philosophy.
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