ERA

Alliance for Canadian Health Outcomes in Diabetes

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  1. Categories of Quality Improvement Interventions [Download]

    Title: Categories of Quality Improvement Interventions
    Creator: Lau, Darren
    Description: Categories of quality improvement interventions used in Lau D, Hu J, Majumdar SR, Storie DA, Rees SE, Johnson JA. Interventions to Improve Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates Among Community-Dwelling Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Annals of Family Medicine 2012 (Accepted manuscript). Modified from Shojania et al., JAMA, 2006 (see related link).
    Subjects: influenza vaccination, primary care, systematic review, quality improvement
    Date Created: 2012/10/13
  2. Chapter 5 Supplement D: Sub-Stratified Quality Improvement Interventions and Numbers Needed to Treat [Download]

    Title: Chapter 5 Supplement D: Sub-Stratified Quality Improvement Interventions and Numbers Needed to Treat
    Creator: Lau, Darren
    Description: Chapter 5, Supplement D of a doctoral dissertation (Lau, D. Diabetes and Influenza-Attributable Illness: The Rationale for Targeted Influenza Vaccinations in Adults with Diabetes. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta, Fall 2012). This supplement contains additional figures and tables from data analysis, including forest plots for sub-strata of quality improvement interventions and tables showing numbers needed to treat to obtain a single additional vaccination.
    Subjects: quality improvement, primary care, systematic review, vaccinations, influenza vaccinations, pneumococcal vaccinations
    Date Created: 2012/08/17
  3. Chapter 5 Supplement A: Included and Excluded Studies [Download]

    Title: Chapter 5 Supplement A: Included and Excluded Studies
    Creator: Lau, Darren
    Description: Chapter 5, Supplement A of a doctoral dissertation (Lau, D. Diabetes and Influenza-Attributable Illness: The Rationale for Targeted Influenza Vaccinations in Adults with Diabetes. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta, Fall 2012). This supplement contains certain methodological details, as well as data from excluded and included studies.
    Subjects: quality improvement, vaccinations, pneumococcal vaccinations, influenza vaccinations, systematic review, primary care
    Date Created: 2012/08/17