- Health Services Research and Policy Making in OntarioMichael Hillmer, PhD, Director of Research, Analysis and Evaluation Branch, MHLTCAssistant Professor , IHPME, University of Toronto Date: Friday, Sept 11, 2015 Time: 1:00-2:00pm Venue:Leslie Dan Pharmacy, University of Toronto, 144 College Street, Rm# 850
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THETA Rounds started in 2015-2016 Academic Year
Since 2008 THETA has been hosting a lecture series THETA Rounds and inviting world experts to address various issues related to Health Technology Assessment, Clinical Research and Health Policy and Ethics fields. Recordings of most sessions are available in the THETA Rounds Archive.
Lecturer: Michael Hillmer, PhD, Director of Research, Analysis and Evaluation Branch, Ministry of Health and Long Term Care; Assistant Professor , Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto.
Date: Friday, Oct 9, 2015
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
Venue: Rm# 850, Leslie Dan Pharmacy, University of Toronto, 144 College Street
THETA Collaborative participates in TGRI Research Day
Tomorrow, October 6th 2015 THETA Collaborative will partake in the Toronto General Research Institute (TGRI) Research Day. "This event is a celebration of TGRI achievements in basic and clinical research and an opportunity to promote interdepartmental and cross pillar collaborations among researchers. TGRI Research Day is open to all TGRI Scientists, Clinician Scientists, trainees and staff." THETA's contribution to this event consists of nine abstracts, three of which will be showcased as posters.
Rac VE, Wong J, Mitsakakis N, Haratsidis E, Carcone S, Krahn MD. Implementation challenges of a community-based pragmatic randomized controlled trial in wound care
Ieraci L, Pechlivanoglou P, Bayley M, Kapral M, Fang J, Li S, Krahn MD. Real-world effectiveness of stroke units in Ontario. A matched cohort analysis.
Bremner KE, de Oliveira C, Liu N, Greenberg ML, Nathan PC, McBride ML, Krahn MD. Costs for children with cancer, pre-diagnosis and 1-year post-diagnosis: a population-based study in Ontario
Mitsakakis N, Krahn MD, Tomlinson G. Analysis of aggregate health care cost data using Bayesian mixed models
Rac VE, Wong J, Mitsakakis N, Pechlivanoglou P, Carcone S, Krahn MD. Clinical effectiveness of the wound interdisciplinary team study
Rac VE, Shahid N, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Stanimirovic A, Abrahamyan L, Krahn MD. Evaluating impact of Telehomecare on patient quality of life and satisfaction
Sahakyan Y, Rac VE, Fan I, Ieraci L, Hall R, Kelloway L, van Velde G, Kapral MK, Bayley M, Krahn MD. Structure and function of stroke units in Ontario in 2013-2014
Hunting G, Shahid N, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Moneypenny C, Stanimirovic A, North T, Petrosyan Y, Krahn MD, Rac VE. Evaluating the Implementation and Adoption of Telehomecare in Ontario
Rac VE, Sahakyan Y, Shahid N, Stanimirovic A, Fan I, Ryan W, Pechlivanglou P, Abrahamyan L, Krahn M. The impact of Telehomecare on COPD and HF patient monitoring parameters
Boehme KE, Jamal M, Perlis N, Bremner KE, Alibhai S MH, Finelli A, Ritvo P, Krahn MD, Kulkarni GS. Validating the Bladder Utility Symptom Scale-Psychometric (BUSS-P)
2015 TGRI Research Day description and a banner image adapted from TGRI website. Posted on Oct 5, 2015
THETA's poster presentation at the 21st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Wound Care
THETA staff will present their work at yet another conference this year: the Canadian Association of Wound Care's 21st Annual Conference. The conference is a four-day continuing education event designed to support health-care professionals who work with patients with wounds or who are at risk for developing wounds. This year’s conference continues the CAWC’s practice of addressing gaps in knowledge and practice as informed by the expressed needs of professionals working in the field of wound care. Sessions, will be presented by experts in their fields from across Canada and the U.S. and a minimum of 25% of each session will be devoted to active learning activities.
Patients’ and healthcare providers’ experiences with community-based wound care service in Toronto. Kevin Y Woo, PhD RN FAPWCA, Josephine Wong, MD, Kathleen Rice, PhD, Laura Teague, PhD(c) RN MN NP, Sunita Coelho, RN, Eva Haratsidis, BSc RN, Steven Carcone, MSc, Murray Krahn, MD MSc FRCPC, Valeria E Rac, MD PhD
2015 Conference description and a banner image adapted from CAWC website. Posted on Oct 2, 2015
Dr Valeria Rac presents at the prestigious American Heart Association's conference: Scientific Sessions 2015
Congratulations to Dr. Valeria Rac, Associate Program Director; Director Clinical Research Division, for having an opportunity to present the following work at the Scientific Sessions 2015, November 10, 2015, in Orlando, FL, USA, the leading cardiovascular conference in the United States:
Improving monitoring outcomes and quality of life for heart failure patients in telehomecare program. Valeria E. Rac, Yeva Sahakyan Nida Shahid, Aleksandra Stanimirovic, Iris Fan, Welson Ryan, Petros Pechlivanoglou, Lusine Abrahamyan and Murray Krahn.
"Scientific Sessions began in 1925 – the year after the American Heart Association was founded – and has run continuously ever since, save for a hiatus during World War II.[…] Nearly 18,000 attendees from more than 100 countries will gather on Sunday Nov 7 through Wednesday Nov 11. Another 1.5 million professional attendees are expected to be involved virtually, absorbing groundbreaking insights, lectures from prestigious speakers and thought-provoking discussions about basic, translational, clinical and population science." (AHA, 2015)
2015 Conference description and photo from AHA blog website. Posted on Sept 18, 2015
THETA Staff presence at the Health Quality Transformation Conference.
Health Quality Transformation is Canada’s leading conference on health quality bringing this year over sixty thought leaders and health system innovators. HQT2015 will be held on October 14, 2015, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Click here to view the full conference agenda and review each of the day’s unique breakout sessions.
THETA Collaborative will contribute the following poster presentations:
Patient Quality of Life and Satisfaction with Telehomecare. Rac VE, Shahid N, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Stanimirovic A, Abrahamyan L, Krahn M
Impact of Telehomecare Program on Monitoring Parameters Among Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Heart Failure Patients in Ontario, Canada. Rac VE, Sahakyan Y, Shahid N, Stanimirovic A, Fan I, Ryan W, Pechlivanglou P, Abrahamyan L, Krahn M
Patients’ and Healthcare Providers’ Experiences with Community-Based Wound Care Service in Toronto. Rac VE, Wong J, Rice K, Teague L, Coelho S, Haratsidis E, Carcone S, Krahn MD, Woo KY.
2015 Conference description and photo adapted from HQT website. Posted on Sept 16, 2015
THETA Collaborative presents at the upcoming Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) 2015 - 37th Annual North American Meeting, October 18 - October 21, 2015 in St. Louis, Missouri.
This year’s theme: Implementation. SMDM is uniquely positioned to bring experts from a broad range of health science disciplines together to explore implementation and exchange ideas on how to improve the translation of research findings into better bedside care and health care utilization.
Congratulations to all team members whose work has been accepted for presentations at the conference.
Current treatment for chronic hepatitis B (CHB): A systematic review and a network meta-analysis. Wong W, Pechlivanoglou P, Erman A, Saeed Y, Tadrous M, Younis M, Zaki Rayad N, Bielecki J, Rac VE, Krahn M.
Complex Interventions for Comparative Effectiveness and Health Technology Assessment. Rac VE, Abrahamyan L, Krahn M.
Burden of community-acquired clostridium difficile infection in Ontario, Canada: A population-based study. Nanwa N, Sander B, Krahn M, Daneman N, Lu H, Austin P, Govindarajan A, Rosella L, Cadarette S, Kwong J.
Predicting utility scores for myelofibrosis patients: mapping the myelofibrosis symptom assessment form and myeloproliferative symptom assessment form to the EUROQOL-5D. Lee CH, Bremner K, Grootendorst P, Ringash J, Krahn M, Mitsakakis N.
A cost-effectiveness analysis of minimal residual disease testing for the management of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Gajic-Veljanoski O, Pham B, Pechlivanoglou P, Gupta S, Gibson P, Rae C, Krahn M.
Cost-effectiveness of telehomecare for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Canada. Nam A, Erman A, Krahn M.
One year healthcare cost and utilization in adults with chronic pain. Hogan ME, Shah V, Katz J, Taddio A, Krahn M.
Impact of telehomecare program on monitoring parameters among COPD and HF patients. Rac VE, Sahakyan Y, Shahid N, Stanimirovic A, Fan I, Ryan W, Pechlivanoglou P, Abrahamyan L, Krahn M.
New model of healthcare delivery-telehomecare program for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and heart failure (HF) patients in Ontario, Canada. Rac VE, Sahakyan Y, Shahid N, Stanimirovic A, Fan I, Ryan W, Krahn M.
Cost-utility analysis of oral antiseptic chlorhexidine in decreasing ventilator-associated pneumonia in intensive care units. Lee S, Pechlivanoglou P, Azarpazhooh A, McCredie V, Krahn M, Quinonez C.
Factors affecting the delivery of a pharmacist-led medication review. Evidence from the Medscheck annual service in Ontario. Pechlivanoglou P, Abrahamyan L, Mackeigan L, Dolovich L, Consiglio G, Rac VE, Shin J, Cadarette S, Krahn M.
Implementation and adoption of the telehomecare program for patients with heart failure or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Rac VE, Hunting G, Shahid N, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Moneypenny C, Stanimirovic A, Petrosyan Y, Krahn M.
Social Media as a key tool to recruit rare disease patients for clinical researchers. Lee CH, Krahn M, Mitsakakis N.
Impact of telehomecare program on patients' quality of life and disease-management skills. Rac VE, Sahakyan Y, Shahid N, Fan I, Krahn M.
Estimation of fibrosis progression rates for chronic hepatitis C: A systematic review and meta-analysis update. [Lee B. Lusted Finalists]. Erman A, Hansen T, Bielecki J, Krahn M, Thein HH.
Management of epilepsy in women contemplating pregnancy: A decision analysis model. [Lee B. Lusted Finalists]. D'Souza R, Breiner A, Sander B, Murphy K, Bermingham S, Krahn M.
Health utilities in adults with chronic pain. [Lee B Lusted Finalists, top rated abstract]. Hogan ME, Mitsakakis N, Shah V, Katz J, Krahn M.
Health utilities in marginalized chronic hepatitis C patients participating in a community-based hepatitis C program. [Lee B. Lusted Finalists]. Saeed Y, Mason K, Chung S, Altenberg J, Powis J, Bruneau J, Feld J, Feng Z, Mitsakakis N, Myers R, Rac VE, Bremner K, Krahn M, Wong W.
Posted on Sept 09, 2015
The Canadian government invests $4.5 mln in the National Collaborative Hepatitis C Network, THETA – one of the research partners.
The World Hepatitis Day, July 28th, coincides with THETA announcement that Dr. Murray Krahn and Dr. William Wong, THETA co-investigators, are joining the team of more than 60 researchers, healthcare professionals and partners across Canada to work on a new National Collaborative Hepatitis C Network. From the July 27, 2015 official press release: "The National Collaborative Hepatitis C Network [will be] focused on improving the health of Canadians living with hepatitis C and preventing new infections. [The network] was funded through a partnership between the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Public Health Agency of Canada."
Congratulations to Dr Krahn and Dr Wong for being part of this important initiative!
Other press releases: The University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM); CNW Newswire; Montreal Gazette;
Posted on July 28, 2015
HTX REACH issues its first “Call for Innovation”, offering funding to Ontario public healthcare delivery organizations to adopt innovative medical technologies.
In April, HTX.ca - The Health Technology Exchange established the new, HTX-led “REACH” Program (Resources for Evaluating, Adopting and Capitalizing on Innovative Healthcare Technology), supported by the Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS). The first “Call for Innovation” is being released July 10, 2015, with Expressions of Interest due August 17, 2015, and invited Full Proposals due September 28, 2015. Public healthcare delivery organizations and medical technology innovation companies can click HERE for details on the HTX website.[...] Please see full Press Release HERE.
Posted on July 14, 2015
THETA presence at ISPOR conference
The ISPOR 20th Annual International Meeting will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 16-20, 2015, and THETA's health economist Petros Pechlivanoglou , MSc, PhD will be there teaching one of the workshop sessions and delivering a podium presentation:
Extrapolating All-Cause Mortality Estimates in Economic Evaluations: A Simulation Analysis. Pechlivanoglou P, Abrahamyan L, Paulden M, Pham B, Krahn MD. Podium presentation: May 18, 2015, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Surviving the Submission: Best Practices in Overall Survival Extrapolation In Oncology. Sanatan Shreay, PhD, Andrew Briggs, DPhil, MSc, Rachel Beckerman, PhD, Petros Pechlivanoglou , PhD. Workshops - Session III, May 19, 2015, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Posted May 7, 2015
THETA at Partners in Progress: BRIDGES Conference 2015
The TLC Team sparked great interest at the annual Partners in Progress: BRIDGES Conference 2015 with a poster presentation titled, "Complex Interventions for Comparative Effectiveness and Health Technology Assessment", authored by Dr. Valeria Rac and a THETA team of investigators. The poster outlined THETA's experience with the design, implementation and evaluation of complex interventions, such as the Wound Interdisciplinary Teams (WIT) study. The WIT study is a complex community-based intervention focused on patients with chronic wounds.
A second poster, "Telehomecare for Patients with Heart Failure or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: TeLeCare (TLC) Study", (same authors) was also presented. This poster highlighted the preliminary findings of the qualitative study that is part of the Telehomecare program evaluation study – TLC study. THETA research associates shared their experiences with the design, implementation and evaluation of complex interventions to date. They answered interesting questions about intervention designs, evaluation framework selection, the important role of context in which a particular complex intervention is situated, and the role of different stakeholders (patients and their informal caregivers, health care providers, administrators and decision makers) in intervention implementation and adoption.
The interested parties noted that the findings from these studies could be relevant for other chronic disease interventions focused on improving the quality of patient care. Understanding for whom, and under what conditions complex interventions work, will allow for the development and enhancement of different programs and interventions that can alleviate the inappropriate over-utilization of health care resources.
Posted on April 21, 2015
At the upcoming Canadian Association for Health Sevices and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Montreal Conference, from May 26 to 28 2015, discussions will focus on the following theme: Learning from Each Other: Across Disciplines, Jurisdictions and Generations. CAHSPR endeavours to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and approaches, particularly with regard to research and experiments, to guide the improvement of policies and practices.
Since the highest level of interaction between health regions, provinces and various leading countries has been built into the Program, hopefully this will drive vibrant exchanges among the many professions and scientific disciplines found under the umbrella of health. The conference will also provide a space for showcasing contrasting views held by various generations of men and women who work in the field, whether they are young and emerging or mid- to late-career, seasoned professionals.
2015 Conference description and photo adapted from CAHSPR website.
THETA staff is contributing several oral and poster presentations at the conference:
Cost-Utility Analysis of Robotic-Assisted versus Open Radical Prostatectomy in Patients with Clinically Localized Prostate Cancer in Ontario. Xie X, Abrahamyan L, Tawfik A, Kabali C, Pham B, Krahn M
Impact of Telehomecare on patients’ quality of life and disease-management skills. Rac VE, Shahid N, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Hunting G, Stanimirovic A, Petrosyan Y, Moneypenny C , Abrahamyan L, Pechlivanoglou P, Pham B, Mitsakakis N, Krahn M
Real-world effectiveness of stroke units in Ontario. A matched cohort analysis. Ieraci L, Pechlivanoglou P, Bayley M, Kapral M, Fang J, Li S, Krahn M
Procurement as an instrument of health policy: What are we asking, what can it do? Miller FA, Lehoux P, Barg C, Peacock S, Rac VE, Pham B, Krahn M
Structure and Function of Stroke Units in Ontario in 2013-2014. Rac VE, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Ieraci L, Hall R, Kelloway L, van der Velde G, Kapral M, Bayley M, Krahn M
Design, Implementation and Evaluation of Complex Health Care Interventions in the Community. Rac VE, Abrahamyan L, Pechlivanoglou P, Shahid N, Wong J, Sahakyan Y, Fan I, Hunting G, Carcone S, Stanimirovic A, Petrosyan Y, Ryan W, Chung S, Pham B, Mitsakakis N, Krahn M.
Posted on March 25, 2015
128 enrolled and counting!
We are happy to announce that SIESTA Home Sleep Study has now over 100 participants enrolled.
We welcome our latest study site, Sleep & Apnea Assessment Unit in London Health Sciences Centre with Dr. Charlie George (Site Investigator) and Ms. Ruth Strapp (Research Manager). Already busy enrolling at this site are Jennifer OGorman and Leila MacBean, Lawson Study Coordinators! Big thanks to Nancy Farr (Kingston Sleep Disorders Laboratory’s Study Coordinator), Sanjana Hye (Hamilton Sleep Disorders Clinic’s Study Coordinator) and all those who are involved for all their hard work.
BresoTec Inc and its product ApneaDx™ is one of the first three companies selected by the MaRS Excellence in Clinical Innovation and Technology Evaluation (“EXCITE”) program. Photo curtesy of BresoTec Inc.
Posted on March 20, 2015
Congratulations to William Wong, PhD, Decision Modeler at THETA and Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto, on his newest publication: Cost-effectiveness of screening for hepatitis C in Canada. CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) just published media release and CMAJ Twitter feed is already abuzz with this important news.
THETA contributes to the upcoming 2015 CADTH Symposium.
This year 2015 CADTH Symposium theme is “What does the evidence say? HTA to support policy and practice”; it is held at TCU Place in Saskatoon, SK on April 12 – 14, 2015. THETA staff substantial contribution includes workshops, oral and poster presentations as well as discussion panels.
Complex Interventions for Comparative Effectiveness and Health Technology Assessment. Valeria E. Rac, Lusine Abrahamyan and Murray D Krahn
This is an introductory-level workshop about complex interventions and their increasing role in the comparative effectiveness and health technology assessment research. The course provides theoretical frameworks and practical guidance for the design, implementation and evaluation of the complex interventions. Real world examples will be used throughout - April 12, 2015; 9:00 am - 12pm.
Improving the Appraisal of Non-Drug Technologies: Revising the Ontario Decision Framework. Presenters: Murray Krahn, Fiona Miller, Ann-Sylvia Brooker, Valeria E Rac, (Moderator); Authors: Krahn M, Miller FA, Bayoumi A, Giacomini M, Goeree R, Wagner F, Winsor S, Schunemann H, van deVelde G, Pham B, Petersen S - April 14; 13:00 – 14:30 pm
Cost-effectiveness of a one-time national hepatitis C screening program: impact of a selective drug reimbursement policy. William W.L. Wong, Jordan Feld, Murray Krahn - April 14, 2015; 10:15 – 11:45 am
An alternative parameterization of Bayesian logistic hierarchical models for mixed treatment comparisons. Petros Pechlivanoglou - April 14, 2015; 10:15 – 11:45 am
Two solitudes: HTA and procurement as pathways to the adoption of health technologies. Miller A Fiona, Barg C, Krahn M, Lehoux P, Peacock S, Rac VE. - April 14; 10:15 – 11:45 am
All poster presentations will be held during the Welcome Reception on the evening of April 12.
Implementation challenges of a community-based pragmatic randomized controlled trial in wound care. Valeria E Rac, Josephine Wong, Nicholas Mitsakakis, Eva Haratsidis and Murray Krahn
Analysis of aggregate health care cost data using Bayesian mixed models. Nicholas Mitsakakis, George Tomlinson
Benefits of transformations in mapping health utilities. Nicholas Mitsakakis, Karen Bremner and Murray Krahn
Projecting mortality rates in Economic Evaluation: A simulation study. Petros Pechlivanoglou, Lusine Abrahamyan, Ba' Pham, Serena Hsu, Mike Paulden, Murray Krahn
Including the patient’s family in cost-effectiveness analysis of end-of-life interventions. Ba' Pham, Fowler R, P Tanuseputro, D Manuel, N Sikich, S Baidoobonso, P Pechlivanoglou, L Levin, D Guerriere, P Coyte, M Krahn
Pulmonary Rehabilitation for Post-Acute Exacerbations of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Cost-Effectiveness and Budget Impact Analysis. Xuanqian Xie, Myra Wang, Alexis Schaink, Murray Krahn
Cost effectiveness analysis of islet transplantation in patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Xuanqian Xie, Benjamin Rich, Nandini Dendukuri
THETA Collaborative presents at the upcoming Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) 2014 – 36th Annual North American Meeting. This year’s theme: Medical Decision Making Among Diverse Populations: Advancing Practice, Policy, and Science, October 18 - 22, 2014, Miami, FL.
Complex Interventions for Comparative Effectiveness and Health Technology Assessment. Valeria E. Rac, MD, PhD, Lusine Abrahamyan, MD, MPH,PhD and Murray D Krahn, MD, MSc.
This is an introductory-level course about complex interventions and their increasing role in the comparative effectiveness and health technology assessment research. The course provides theoretical frameworks and practical guidance for the design, implementation and evaluation of the complex interventions. Real world examples will be used throughout.
Implementation Challenges of a Community-Based Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial in Wound Care. Josephine F Wong, MD, Valeria E. Rac, MD, PhD, Nicholas Mitsakakis, MSc, PhD, Eva Haratsidis, BSc, RN and Murray D. Krahn, MD, MSc.
Analysis of Healthcare Costs in Patients with Acute Whiplash-Associated Disorders Using Zero-Adjusted Gamma Models. Shahriar Shams, MA, Lusine Abrahamyan, MD, MPH, PhD, Gabrielle van der Velde, DC, PhD and Nicholas Mitsakakis, MSc, PhD.
The Impact of Estimating Mortality Rates in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: A Simulation Study. Petros Pechlivanoglou, PhD, Lusine Abrahamyan, MD, MPH, PhD, Ba' Pham, MSc, PhD (c), Mike Paulden, MA, MSc. and Murray D Krahn, MD, MSc.
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Palliative Team Care for Patients Nearing End-Of-Life. Ba' Pham, MSc, PhD (c), Robert A. Fowler, MD, MSc, Peter Tanuseputro, MD, MHSc, Douglas Manuel, MD, MSc, Nancy Sikich, MSc, Shamara Baidoobonso, MSc, PhD, Petros Pechlivanoglou, PhD, Les Levin, MD, MSc and Murray D. Krahn, MD, MSc.
Cost-Effectiveness of Hepatitis B Virus Screening Before Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Patients with Early Stage Breast Cancer. William W. L. Wong, PhD, Lisa K. Hicks, MD, MSc, Hong Anh Tu, PhD, Murray D. Krahn, MD, MSc, Kathleen I. Pritchard, MD, MSc, Jordan J. Feld, MD, MPH and Kelvin Chan, MD, MSc.
Cost-Effectiveness of Screening Hepatitis C in Canada. William W. L. Wong, PhD, Hong Anh Tu, PhD, Jordan J. Feld, MD, MPH, Tom Wong, MD, MPH and Murray D. Krahn, MD, MSc.
Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Systematic Referral to Multidisciplinary Wound Care Teams in Ontario. Evidence from the Wound Interdisciplinary Teams (Wit) Trial. Mengzhu Jiang, MSc, Petros Pechlivanoglou, PhD, Josephine F Wong, MD, Nicholas Mitsakakis, MSc, PhD, Steven M. Carcone, MSc, Ba' Pham, MSc, PhD (c), Valeria E. Rac, MD, PhD and Murray D Krahn, MD, MSc.
Wound Interdisciplinary Teams (Wit): A Community-Based Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial. Valeria E. Rac, MD PhD, Josephine Wong, MD, Nicholas Mitsakakis, MSc PhD, Petros Pechlivanoglou, PhD, Steven M. Carcone, MSc and Murray D. Krahn, MD, MSc.
For more information about this conference, please check SMDM website.