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Many factors can affect a person’s health, such as quality of life, how long they live, and whether or not they suffer diseases. These factors are referred to as determinants of health. The quality of environmental media related to oil sands developments in northeastern Alberta represents a...
Public Health Risk Assessment: Validation of risk assessment matrix limitations and an analytical approach to gene set reduction for continuous phenotype in microarray studiesDownload
Although risk is a core element of public health practice, its definition varies greatly among various public health programs. Several methods have been developed for risk assessment and management in different contexts of public health to better understand disease progression and outcome...
Quantitative Risk Assessment of Natural and Cut Slopes: Measuring Uncertainty in the Estimated Risks and Proposed Framework for Developing Risk Evaluation CriteriaDownload
Understanding and limiting the risks inherent to natural and cut slopes are now recognized to be a priority in achieving an acceptable quality of life. Various methods of risk management that have been proposed in the last three decades have evolved into a general framework for landslide risk...
The assessment of self harm risk is a common, difficult, and perplexing task for many physicians, especially those working in the emergency department (ED). A cohort study was conducted where 181 patients were enrolled in two EDs within the city of Edmonton. Initial interviews were conducted in...