Means restriction for suicide prevention
This report on Means Restriction for Suicide Prevention provides a summary of information regarding national means restriction policies/strategies and national/provincial intentional overdose prevention policies/strategies and their effectiveness. Policies/strategies that focus on children, youth, and young adults are of particular interest. This report consists of two parts: Part I presents an overview of national means restriction strategies/policies, whereas Part II focuses on intentional overdose prevention strategies/ policies at the national and provincial levels and examines the evidence on the effectiveness of intentional overdose prevention strategies
HTA on the Net: A Guide to Internet Sources of Information (11th Edition)
Health Technology Assessment (HTA) on the Net provides an annotated list of information sources and websites that IHE information specialists search when producing our HTA reports. There is a particular emphasis on resources that provide useful information on Albertan and Canadian health care.
Comparative effectiveness: an overview
The use of the term "comparative effectiveness" (CE) has attracted considerable attention, particularly in the
This report presents summary information on computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in
Effective Dissemination of Findings from Research contains essays resulting from a workshop on effective dissemination of findings from research organized by the
Air ambulance transportation with advanced life support
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.
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 was prepared in collaboration with the Health Technology Assessment program of the
The Use and Benefits of Teleoncology
This report determines the current state of evidence on teleoncology applications to improve access to care closer to home for rural patients and families affected by a diagnosis of cancer.