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Results for: John Sproule Safoura Moeeni Ellen Rafferty Eldon Spackman Dat Tran

Maximizing maternal health and value for money in postpartum depression screening: a cost-effectiveness analysis using the All Our Families cohort and administrative data in Alberta, Canada

Equity for health delivery: Opportunity costs and benefits among Community Health Workers in Rwanda

Assessment of Costs of Avoidable Delays in Intensive Care Unit Discharge

Seeking the optimal schedule for chickenpox vaccination in Canada: Using an agent-based model to explore the impact of dose timing, coverage and waning of immunity on disease outcomes

Married women’s labor force participation and intra-household bargaining power

Measurement of coverage, compliance and determinants of uptake in a publicly funded rotavirus vaccination programme: a retrospective cohort study

The Costs of Industry-Sponsored Drug Trials in Canada

Vaccine coverage of children in care of the child welfare system

Evaluation of the effect of chickenpox vaccination on shingles epidemiology using agent-based modeling

The high cost of critical care unit over-utilization for patients with NSTE ACS

Quality of Acute Myocardial Infarction Care in Canada: A 10-Year Review of 30-Day In-Hospital Mortality and 30-Day Hospital Readmission

The Economic Contribution of Industry-Sponsored Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials

Economic evaluations of vaccines in Canada: a scoping review

The State of Health Economics in Alberta: A Review of Need, Capacity, and Action