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This report synthesizes the published research evidence on the efficacy/effectiveness, safety and efficiency of air ambulance transportation (Helicopters) with onboard capabilities of advanced life support.
The Institute of Health Economics sponsored Dr. Arne Ohlsson and Dr. Prakeshkumar Shah to write this book to inform the May 2007 Consensus Development Conference on Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies: How to Prevent Low Birth Weight. The book provides a synopsis of the research evidence on the determinants and prevention of preterm/ LBW births.
Effective Dissemination of Findings from Research contains essays resulting from a workshop on effective dissemination of findings from research organized by the Institute of Health Economics. The publication is intended as one of the many available resources on dissemination of research findings for those interested in the subject.
Chapter 3 of this report originally appeared in The Milbank Quarterly, Vol. 85, No. 4, 2007 (pp. 729 - 768) © 2007 Milbank Memorial Fund. Published by Blackwell Publishing.
IHE In Your Pocket 2008 - a handbook of economic statistics includes the most currently available data, presented in separate sections on the economic burden of illness, health care resources, health behaviours, health status and demographics and health system performance.
This report assesses the research evidence on various risk assessment tools for predicting male-to-female repeat spousal violence and lethality in those males who had contact with the police system.
This report evaluates the added value of using fetal fibronectin to diagnose pre-term labour in symptomatic women.
Measuring Health-related Quality of Life provides an overview of health-related quality of life (HRQL) measurement to facilitate and understanding of such measures to be used in both clinical practice and research.
How much should we spend on mental health? provides an overview of the various approaches that have been used to answer the question of health spending, applied to the mental health context. Estimates using several of the approaches are provided.
A Consensus Statement on Depression in Adults: How to Improve Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment produced by a panel of experts led by the Hon. Michael Kirby Chair, Mental Health Commission of Canada.
This report presents summary information on computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in Alberta, with comparison to the use of these diagnostic imaging technologies in other juristdictions.