Emily A. Oliver

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Previous narrative reviews in this area have concluded that there are few interventions that are likely to be beneficial and that further high-quality research is required. Our objective was to perform a review of systematic reviews of the effectiveness of interventions for the prevention of small-for-gestational age (SGA) fetuses and perinatal mortality,(More)
Universal health coverage (UHC) has its roots in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and has recently gained momentum. Out-of-pocket payments (OPP) remain a significant barrier to care. There is an increasing global prevalence of non-communicable diseases, many of which are surgically treatable. We sought to provide a comparative analysis of the(More)
Homeless people have complex problems. GP enhanced care (Pathway) has shown benefits. We performed a randomised, -parallel arm trial at two large inner city hospitals. Inpatient homeless adults were randomly allocated to either standard care (all management by the hospital-based clinical team) or enhanced care with input from a homeless care team. The(More)