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The cascade of care for opioid use disorder: a retrospective study in British Columbia, Canada.

The 'cascade of care' framework, measuring attrition at various stages of care engagement, has been proposed to guide the public health response to the opioid overdose public health emergency in British Columbia (BC), Canada. We estimated the cascade of care for opioid use disorder and identified factors associated with care engagement for people with opioid use disorder (PWOUD) provincially.

Johann Peter Frank (1745-1821) and the Pathogenesis of Back Pain.

: Johann Peter Frank (1745-1821) is generally known as one of the founders of the modern Hygiene and Public Health. It is less known his contribution in investigating the pathogenesis of spinal disorders. In his "De Vertebralis Columnae in Morbis Dignitate" (1791), Frank first proposed to use the Latin term "rhachialgia" (back pain) to indicate all the painful states of spine. He focused on the "plethora spinali" in the vessels of the spinal cord and its membrane, sustaining that blood congestion was the or...

Child Care Setting and Its Association With Policies and Practices That Promote Physical Activity and Physical Literacy in the Early Years in British Columbia.

Physical activity (PA) is critical to early child development, and child care is a key setting for promotion. The authors investigated differences in daily PA and sedentary behavior practices as well as physical environments between family child care (FCC) and group child care (GCC) settings for children aged 3-5 years in Canada.

A population-based approach to reporting system-level performance measures for rheumatoid arthritis care.

To operationalize and report on nationally endorsed rheumatoid arthritis (RA) performance measures (PMs) using health administrative data for British Columbia (BC), Canada.

The Implementation of a Text Messaging Intervention to Improve HIV Continuum of Care Outcomes Among Persons Recently Released From Correctional Facilities: Randomized Controlled Trial.

Previously incarcerated individuals have suboptimal linkage and engagement in community HIV care. Mobile health (mHealth) interventions have been shown to be effective in addressing these gaps. In Washington, District of Columbia (DC), we conducted a randomized trial of an SMS text messaging-based mHealth intervention (CARE+ Corrections) to increase linkage to community HIV care and antiretroviral treatment adherence among HIV-infected persons involved in the criminal justice system.

The 15th Frank Warren Organic Chemistry Conference.

Chemistry on stage: The Frank Warren Organic Chemistry Conference is the specialist organic chemistry conference of the South African Chemical Institute (SACI), covering all branches of organic chemistry. The 15th edition of this conference was held July 7-11, 2019, in the shadow of the iconic Amphitheatre, which forms part of the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site.

Hyperbaric oxygen is still needed in the management and prevention of mandibular necrosis: a response to Mr. Richard Clarke.

Mr. Richard Clarke presents in this Journal his arguments against continued application of hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy to the pre-extraction neoadjuvant treatment or the treatment of frank mandibular ORN. In the same article he advocates a promising renewed interest in HBO2 as a radiosensitizer. Arguments against HBO2 prior to extractions are based on several papers which consistently include low-risk patients. The just-released HOPON trial reports a negative pre-extraction outcome for HBO2, but patien...

Commentary: Patient Safety in the Home.

In 2018, SE Health (formerly Saint Elizabeth Health Care) delivered care and support to more than 500,000 people when and where they needed it. We delivered many of these health services to Canadians in their own homes, supporting independent living and freeing up hospital beds for acute care needs. As care in one's home becomes more commonplace, it is critical that Canadians know they are safe.

The cyclicality of informal care.

This paper measures the cyclicality of an important input into elderly health: informal care. Using independent survey measures of informal caregiving and care receipt over the past two decades, we find that informal care from adult children to their elderly parents is countercyclical. By contrast, informal care from spouses is procyclical among individuals in their sixties. We find little corresponding change in the use of formal care, highlighting the potential for unmet care needs across the business cyc...

Moving towards independent living in Ghana: Narratives from young adults about their kinship care experience.

In most sub-Saharan African countries, studies on the impact of out-of-home care experience on the transition of young adults leaving care are limited to those leaving institutional or foster care with no empirical evidence on the experiences of those moving out of kinship care. This study reports findings from interviews with young adults with experience of kinship care in Ghana, about what lessons their kinship care experiences provided in their transition to adulthood.

Reply to Clarke, "Australopithecus prometheus was validly named on MLD 1".

A Rare Case Report of Frank Ter Haar Syndrome in a Sibling Pair Presenting with Congenital Glaucoma.

Frank Ter Haar Syndrome (FTHS) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder with characteristic skeletal, cardiac, ocular and craniofacial abnormalities. We report a sibling pair presenting with clinical features typical of FTHS, born to consanguineous parents, with a novel mutation in the SH3PXD2B gene on chrm5q35.1 that results in premature truncation of the protein encoded. The children presented with brachycephaly, multiple joint contractures, cardiac valvular defects, bilateral megalocornea, and congenital g...

Legends of Allergy and Immunology: K. Frank Austen.

K. Frank Austen's remarkable career has spanned nearly seven decades, during which time his seminal work helped to define the mechanisms of hypersensitivity reactions and its chemical constituents. His work on the biologic functions of the cysteinyl leukotrienes (cysLTs) spanned the era of classical biochemistry and physiology to the era of molecular biology. His achievements include discovering and cloning the elusive leukotriene E receptor (1), isolating and cloning the enzyme leukotriene C synthase (LTC4...

Care Discontinuity in Emergency General Surgery: Does Hospital Quality Matter?

Changes in care providers and hospitals following emergency general surgery (care discontinuity) are associated with increased morbidity and mortality. The cause of these worse outcomes is unknown. Our goal was to determine if hospital quality is associated with mortality after readmissions independent of continuity in care.

Known fentanyl use among clients of harm reduction sites in British Columbia, Canada.

North America is in the midst of an opioid overdose epidemic and it is commonly suggested that exposure to fentanyl is unknown. Using a provincial survey of harm reduction site clients, we aimed to characterize known and unknown fentanyl use and their correlates among people who use drugs in British Columbia, Canada.

Small Molecule Modulation of Soft Matter Frank-Kasper Phases: A New Paradigm for Adding Function to Form.

Incorporation of small amounts of α-tocopherol (vitamin E) (2) in blends with the cellobiose-triazole-linked atactic poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) (CB-aPMP) sugar-polyolefin conjugate (1) can be used to exert external control over thermotropic phase behavior and provide access to non-canonical soft matter Frank-Kasper A15 and σ phases.  These results establish a new paradigm that can be used for the further design and development of scalable quantities of soft matter FK phases of increased structural complex...

Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet.

Descriptive Epidemiology of Gradual Return to Work for Workers with a Work-acquired Musculoskeletal Disorder in British Columbia, Canada.

This study investigates the injury, socio-demographic, workplace and temporal characteristics related with Gradual Return to Work (RTW) among workers with a work-acquired musculoskeletal disorder in British Columbia, Canada.

More Than Health Care: The Value of Addressing Health, Education, and Social Service Needs Together Through Community Health Centers.

Research on social determinants of health shows that factors outside of medical care including environment, education, and income also affect health. Some community health centers seek to address these by providing additional nonmedical services. Community health centers can find it difficult to justify these costs when the benefit is unclear. This review highlights studies on services like those the community health center Mary's Center provides through its Social Change Model, offering health, education, ...

C-reactive protein as a prognostic factor in intensive care admissions for sepsis: A Swedish multicenter study.

C-reactive protein (CRP) is not included in the major intensive care unit (ICU) prognostic tools such as the Simplified Acute Physiology Score (SAPS). We assessed CRP on ICU admission as a SAPS-3 independent risk marker for short-term mortality and length of stay (LOS) in ICU patients with sepsis.

Judge Frank Minis Johnson, Jr: Impactful History Figure.

Relative Hyperglycemia Is an Independent Determinant of In-Hospital Mortality in Patients With Critical Illness.

To determine whether relative hyperglycemia was associated with in-hospital mortality in critically ill patients independent of other prognostic variables and whether this association is affected by background glycemia.

Provision of Social Services and Health Care Quality in US Community Health Centers, 2017.

To describe the types of social services provided at community health centers (CHCs), characteristics of CHCs providing these services, and the association between on-site provision and health care quality. We surveyed CHCs in 12 US states and the District of Columbia during summer 2017 (n = 208) to identify referral to and provision of services to address 8 social needs. Regression models estimated factors associated with the provision of social services by CHCs and the association between providing se...

Inter-hospital variation in use of obstetrical blood transfusion: a population-based cohort study.

To identify the extent of hospital-to-hospital variation in use of obstetrical blood transfusion DESIGN: Population-based cohort study linking provincial perinatal and blood transfusion registries SETTING: British Columbia, Canada, 2004-2015 POPULATION: All pregnant women delivering at or beyond 20 weeks' gestation at any British Columbia hospital.

Measuring functional impairment: Preliminary psychometric properties of the Columbia Impairment Scale-Youth Version with youth accessing services at an outpatient substance use programme.

Functional impairment is a key aspect of mental disorders, yet it is poorly defined and operationalized, particularly for youth. The Columbia Impairment Scale (CIS) has been indicated as a potentially useful measure to assess functional impairment. This study provides an initial psychometric evaluation of the CIS-Youth (CIS-Y) Version in a sample of youth accessing an outpatient substance use programme.

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