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Context Matters: Using an Evidence to Decision (EtD) Framework to Develop and Encourage Uptake of Opioid Deprescribing Guideline Recommendations at the Point-Of-Care
The context within which evidence-based recommendations are considered, as well the political and health-system environment, can contribute to the success of recommendation implementation.
Estimating the Value of Repositioning Timing to Streamline Pressure Injury Prevention Efforts in Nursing Homes: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the ‘TEAM-UP’ Clinical Trial
Abstract Pressure injury (PrI) prevention guidelines recommend 2-h repositioning intervals in healthcare settings, requiring significant nursing time investment. We analysed the cost-effectiveness of PrI prevention protocols with 2-, 3- and 4-h repositioning intervals in US nursing homes according to ‘Turn Everyone and Move for Ulcer Prevention’ (TEAM-UP) randomized controlled trial findings. Markov modelling compared 2-, […]
Parental Divorce in Childhood and the Accelerated Epigenetic Aging for Earlier and Later Cohorts: Role of Mediators of Chronic Depressive Symptoms, Education, Smoking, Obesity, and Own Marital Disruption
Social and environmental contexts can shape these influences over time.
The Impact of the Global COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign on All-Cause Mortality
A working paper from the USC Schaeffer Center and Brown University found the global vaccine campaign among 141 countries saved 2.4 million lives from January 2021 to August 2021. The study estimates 670,000 more lives would have been saved if COVID-19 vaccine distribution was more equitable.