Summary of Systematic Reviews, Primary Studies, and Evidence-based Guidelines. The following research questions were addressed in this review: What are the clinical effects of a universal screening strategy for ARO carriage when compared with no screening? What are the clinical effects of a universal screening strategy for ARO carriage when compared with targeted screening (screening…
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Antibiotic-Resistant Organisms (AROs) are a serious health problem, though they are more prevalent in some settings than others. We were asked to make findings and develop recommendations on how to address surveillance of and screening for AROs in acute care hospitals. This consensus statement addresses these requests. However, confining the discussion and recommendations to hospitals…
OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to explore the degree to which databases otherthan MEDLINE contribute studies relevant for inclusion in rapid health technology assessments (HTA).
This report has been produced in response to a request from Alberta Health (AH). The objective was to perform a review of practices of engaging committees composed of lay people or members of the general public at international, national, provincial, and regional levels. The review attempts to address the following questions: What scientific evidence is available about committees…