Pediatricians from the Department of Pediatrics and Alberta Health Services has collaborated and have helped create the only sub-specialized Pediatric Emergency Department, which engages in knowledge exchange and training with healthcare professionals across Alberta.
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A Spatial Scan Statistic for Compound Poisson Data, Using Negative Binomial Distribution and Accounting for Population StratificationDownload
Since the interest in studying spatial relations in plant populations was raised in the 1950s, much effort has been devoted to the development of methods for spatial data analysis. One such development focused on techniques for detecting spatial clusters of cases and events in the biological...
The topic of spatial cluster detection gained attention in statistics during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Effort has been devoted to the development of methods for detecting spatial clustering of cases and events in the biological sciences, astronomy and epidemiology. More recently, research...
Emergency Health Care Use among Sociodemographic Groups of Children Presenting to Emergency Departments for Self-Harm in Alberta
Emergency Health Care Use among Sociodemographic Groups of Children Presenting to Emergency Departments for Self-Harm in AlbertaDownload
Objective: To examine sociodemographic variations among children <18 years in (1) rates of self-harm visits to emergency departments (EDs) and (2) physician follow-up after the self-harm visit in Alberta. Methods: A retrospective, population-based cohort (2002–2011) of ED visits for self-harm by...
Frequent users of emergency departments and patient flow in Alberta and Ontario, Canada: an administrative data studyDownload
Background Frequent users to emergency departments (EDs) are a diverse group of patients with high numbers of ED presentations. This study compares patient flow characteristics of adult high system users (HSUs) and control groups in Alberta and Ontario, Canada. Methods Annual cohorts of HSUs...