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Ministry of Health Library Health Improvement and Innovation Digeston 22 November
Ministry of Health Library
Health Improvement and Innovation Digest
Issue 179 - 22 November 2018
Welcome to the fortnightly Health Improvement and Innovation Digest (formerly the HIIRC digest). The Digest has links to key evidence of interest, with access to new content arranged by topic.
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Have you heard about Grey Matter?
We'd like to introduce you to another newsletter that the Ministry of Health Library prepares. The Grey Matter newsletter provides monthly access to a selection of recent NGO, Think Tank, and International Government reports related to health. Information is arranged by topic, allowing readers to quickly find their areas of interest. If you'd like to subscribe to Grey Matter, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For articles that aren't open access, contact your DHB library, or organisational or local library for assistance in accessing the full text. If your organisation has a subscription, you may be able to use the icon under full text links in PubMed to access the full article.
Improving care at scale: process evaluation of a multi-component quality improvement intervention to reduce mortality after emergency abdominal surgery (EPOCH trial)
Evaluation of Patients at Risk of Hospital Readmission (PARR) and LACE risk score for New Zealand context
Hospital-to-home interventions, use, and satisfaction: a meta-analysis
Improving accessibility for outpatients in specialist clinics: reducing long waiting times and waiting lists with a simple analytic approach
The case for patient navigation in lung cancer screening in vulnerable populations: a systematic review
Evidence-based diabetes care for older people with Type 2 diabetes: a critical review
Introducing a checking technician allows pharmacists to spend more time on patient-focused activities
Understanding the utilization of primary health care services by Indigenous men: a systematic review
Effect of a pharmacist-led educational intervention on inappropriate medication prescriptions in older adults: The D-PRESCRIBE randomized clinical trial
Interventions to increase depression treatment initiation in primary care patients: a systematic review
Unhealthy alcohol use in adolescents and adults: screening and behavioral counseling interventions. US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement
Integrating smoking cessation care in alcohol and other drug treatment settings using an organisational change intervention: a systematic review
Contingency management versus psychotherapy for prenatal smoking cessation: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Using codesign to develop a culturally tailored, behavior change mHealth intervention for indigenous and other priority communities: a case study in New Zealand
Achieving equity in health outcomes: highlights of selected papers
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