7 Works

The Revised Identification of Seniors At Risk screening tool predicts readmission in older hospitalized patients: a cohort study

Jane McCusker, Rebecca N. Warburton, Sylvie D. Lambert, Eric Belzile & Manon de Raad
Abstract Background The Identification of Seniors at Risk (ISAR) screening tool is a widely-used risk stratification tool for older adults in the emergency department (ED). Few studies have investigated the use of ISAR to predict outcomes of hospitalized patients. To improve usability a revised version of ISAR (ISAR-R), was developed in a quality improvement project. The ISAR-R is also widely used, although never formally validated. To address these two gaps in knowledge, we aimed to...

Is Neoliberalism Killing Us? A Cross Sectional Study of the Impact of Neoliberal Beliefs on Health and Social Wellbeing in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kiffer G. Card & Kirk J. Hepburn
Neoliberal ideology is linked to poorer collective health and well-being. At the individual level, however, neoliberal beliefs may actually promote self-efficacy, self-esteem, and self-reliance. We examined the effects of three beliefs underlying neoliberalism—(a) Personal Wherewithal, (b) Natural Competition, and (c) Anti-Government Interference—to understand the unique pathways by which neoliberalism affects health and well-being at the individual level. Participants were recruited using paid advertisements on social media in May/June 2020. Multivariable regression identified associations between each...

The Revised Identification of Seniors At Risk screening tool predicts readmission in older hospitalized patients: a cohort study

Jane McCusker, Rebecca N. Warburton, Sylvie D. Lambert, Eric Belzile & Manon de Raad
Abstract Background The Identification of Seniors at Risk (ISAR) screening tool is a widely-used risk stratification tool for older adults in the emergency department (ED). Few studies have investigated the use of ISAR to predict outcomes of hospitalized patients. To improve usability a revised version of ISAR (ISAR-R), was developed in a quality improvement project. The ISAR-R is also widely used, although never formally validated. To address these two gaps in knowledge, we aimed to...

Is Neoliberalism Killing Us? A Cross Sectional Study of the Impact of Neoliberal Beliefs on Health and Social Wellbeing in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kiffer G. Card & Kirk J. Hepburn
Neoliberal ideology is linked to poorer collective health and well-being. At the individual level, however, neoliberal beliefs may actually promote self-efficacy, self-esteem, and self-reliance. We examined the effects of three beliefs underlying neoliberalism—(a) Personal Wherewithal, (b) Natural Competition, and (c) Anti-Government Interference—to understand the unique pathways by which neoliberalism affects health and well-being at the individual level. Participants were recruited using paid advertisements on social media in May/June 2020. Multivariable regression identified associations between each...

PrEP-related stigma and PrEP use among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in Ontario and British Columbia, Canada

Oscar Javier Pico-Espinosa, Mark Hull, Paul MacPherson, Daniel Grace, Mark Gaspar, Nathan Lachowsky, Saira Mohammed, James Demers, Marshall Kilduff, Robinson Truong & Darrell H. S. Tan
Abstract Background We aimed to explore the association between PrEP-related stereotypes and perceived disapproval (hereafter PrEP-related stigma), and PrEP use. Methods We used data from a cross-sectional online survey among adult gay, bisexual, other men who have sex with men in Ontario and British Columbia, Canada. Participants were recruited 2019–2020 in-person from sexual health clinics and outreach programs, and online through dating mobile applications and websites. We used logistic regression models to explore the relationship...

Collection: CTD and oxygen sensor data from Ocean Networks Canada observatory sites at Folger Passage and Cascadia Basin from 2009-2022

This collection contains datasets produced by Ocean Networks Canada between 2009-10 to 2022-01 from the Folger Deep, Folger Pinnacle, and ODP 1026 instrument platforms within the Folger Passage and Cascadia Basin NEPTUNE observatories, used in the publication “Pacific Region MPA Ocean Health Report'' by Minicola, E., and Juniper, S.K. (2022). Folger Passage and Cascadia Basin fall within a Rockfish Conservation Area and a section of the pending Offshore Pacific Marine Protected Area (MPA), respectively. This...

PrEP-related stigma and PrEP use among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in Ontario and British Columbia, Canada

Oscar Javier Pico-Espinosa, Mark Hull, Paul MacPherson, Daniel Grace, Mark Gaspar, Nathan Lachowsky, Saira Mohammed, James Demers, Marshall Kilduff, Robinson Truong & Darrell H. S. Tan
Abstract Background We aimed to explore the association between PrEP-related stereotypes and perceived disapproval (hereafter PrEP-related stigma), and PrEP use. Methods We used data from a cross-sectional online survey among adult gay, bisexual, other men who have sex with men in Ontario and British Columbia, Canada. Participants were recruited 2019–2020 in-person from sexual health clinics and outreach programs, and online through dating mobile applications and websites. We used logistic regression models to explore the relationship...

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