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Proceedings of an IHE Consensus Development Conference 2009
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Videos of the full conference are available at: http://www.fasd-cmc.alberta.ca/education-training/archived-sessions/categories/ihe-consensus-development-conference/
In followup to the conference, the Institute has produced two more books on FASD with Wiley-Blackwell, titled "Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Management and Policy Perspectives of FASD" and Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder FASD: Who is Responsible?" These books are available at: http://www.wiley.com/go/ihe
Reflecting the recent increased public awareness of the topic, this is the most comprehensive resource for over a decade on the molecular basis, prevalence, treatment options, socioeconomic impact and prevention strategies of FASD.
This is part of the Institute of Health Economics special book series published by Wiley/Blackwell. Hard copies of this book are available by following this link: http://www.wiley.com/go/ihe
This review considers the evidence of benefit from use of telerehabilitation (TRH) from studies that had clinical or administrative outcomes.
This report summarizes proceedings from the Inaugural IHE Methodology Forum: Prioritizing Methodological Research in Evaluation of Health Technologies that took place September 23 and 24, 2010 where stakeholders involved in the production and use of evidence were brought together to discuss methodological challenges in evaluation of technologies and to identify priorities for research methods development in Canada.
This report is on Human Papillomavirus (HPV) as being one of the most common sexually transmitted infections which can also lead to most cervical cancers. Cervical screening aims to reduce cervical cancer incidence and mortality by detecting precancerous lesions early. Until the recent introduction of liquid-based cervical cytology (LBC) and HPV-DNA testing, conventional cervical cytology (Pap smear) was the only cervical screening test available in Canada.
This health technology assessment report is an overview of systematic reviews reporting on the efficacy/effectiveness of psychotherapy and/or pharmacotherapy interventions delivered within Sex Offender Treatment (SOT) programs to reduce the risk of re-offending in convicted adult male sex offenders.
This overview provides an analysis of the economic landscape of primary care in Alberta and a discussion of the proposed reforms in terms of ends and means.
This report reviews the evidence of telehealth in substance abuse and addiction including the literature on smoking, alcohol, drug abuse and gambling. The included telehealth technologies include videoconferencing, computer, Internet, and telephone.
IHE In Your Pocket 2010 provides current health economic statistics, presented in separate sections on health care resources, health behaviours, health status and demographics and health system performance.
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The economic impact of mental illness and addictions is felt throughout society - in the health care system, the social services system, education, criminal justice and the workplace. In this booklet we conducted a provincial and national level analysis of the expenditures on mental health and addictions in Canada.