Recent publications – May 2021

Below is a list of recently published works by members of the department of family medicine.

Valentin V, Najmabadi S, Jones I, Warner M, et al. 2021, ‘COVID-19 impact on International Physician Associate Educational Programs’, MedEdPublish, 10, [1], 116

Samantha Moe, Allison Paige and G. Michael Allan, Osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. Canadian Family Physician May 2021, 67 (5) 346

Shaker M, Phillips E, Blumenthal K G, Abrams E M, Banerji A, Oppenheimer J, Vander Leek T K, Mack D P, Wickner P G, Singer A, Khan D A, Greenhawt M. 

The Importance of a Timely Second Dose of the 2021 COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Depends on the Protection Afforded by a First Dose and Subsequent Risk of Anaphylaxis. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. April 2021

Leanne Kosowan, Alan Katz, Gayle Halas and Alexander Singer, Patient perspectives on tablet-based technology to collect risk factor information in primary care, BMC Family Practice

Falk J, Thomas B, Kirkwood J, Korownyk T, Lindblad A, Ton J, Moe S, Allan GM, McCormack J, Garrison S, Dugre N, Chan K, Kolber M, Train A, Fronetjes L, Sept L, Wollins M, Craig R, Perry D. PEER Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials: Management of Neuropathic Pain in Primary Care. Can Fam Physician 2021;67(5):e130-e140. 

Chan K, Perry D, Lindblad A, Garrison S, Falk J, McCormack J, Korownyk T, Kirkwood J, Ton J, Thomas B, Moe S, Dugre N, Kolber M, Allan GM. PEER simplified decision aid: neuropathic pain treatment options in primary care. Can Fam Physician 2021;67:347-9.
DOI: 10.46747/cfp.6705347.

Thomas B, Moe S, Korownyk CS, Lindblad AJ, Kolber MR, Falk J, Paige A, Potter J, Train A, Weresch J, Allan GM. Top 2020 studies relevant to primary care. Can Fam Physician 2021;67:255-9. DOI: 10.46747/cfp.6704255

Nicholas Hargrove, Nada El Tobgy, Olivia Zhou, Mark Pinder, Brittany Plant, Nicole Askin, Laura Bieber, David Collister, Reid Whitlock, Navdeep Tangri and Clara Bohm. Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Dialysis-Related Symptoms in Individuals Undergoing Maintenance Hemodialysis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Clinical Trials

Recently published report on which Alex Singer was a panel member:

Canadian Institute of Drugs and Technology in Health and Choosing Wisely Canada . Using Health Care Resources Wisely After the COVID-19 Pandemic: Recommendations to Reduce Low-Value Care. Canadian Journal of Health Technologies, May 2021. 


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