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Update on well-baby and well-child care from 0 to 5 years: What's new in the Rourke Baby Record?
An overview of the 2009 edition of the Rourke Baby Record is provided, which incorporates recent research in the literature relating to preventive health care for children aged 0 to 5 years, and background information, current evidence and literature review appraisal are provided. Expand
Getting it right from birth to kindergarten: what's new in the Rourke Baby Record?
The 2011 RBR is an updated, evidence-based, practical knowledge translation tool for preventive health care for infants from birth to age 5 years that includes extensive Web-based resources for health care professionals, students, residents, and parents. Expand
Preventive health care visits for children and adolescents aged six to 17 years: The Greig Health Record - Executive Summary.
The Greig Health Record is an evidence-based health promotion guide for clinicians caring for children and adolescents aged six to 17 years. It is meant to provide a template for periodic healthExpand
Applying Harm Reduction Principles to Address Screen Time in Young Children Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic.
These guidelines were developed based on several studies that have demonstrated that excessive screen time is associated with increased risk of negative physical, behavioral, and cognitive outcomes, although some studies have identified modest benefits from highquality and interactive screen time. Expand
How can we support best practice? A situational assessment of injury prevention practice in public health
There are several system level needs to support best practice in public health injury prevention in Ontario including reducing research to practice gaps and supporting opportunities for collaboration. Expand
Supporting public health practice in healthy growth and development in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
Public health practice in HGD is complex with many challenges in data and evidence, and making programming decisions without adequate or measurable indicators, so a specialized position at PHO is an opportunity to support some of these system-wide needs. Expand
Using EMRALD to assess baseline body mass index among children living within and outside communities participating in the Ontario, Canada Healthy Kids Community Challenge
Despite some differences in sociodemographic characteristics, zBMI of children aged 1–12 years were similar inside and outside of Healthy Kids Community Challenge community boundaries prior to program launch. Expand
Development of follow up recommendations for completely resected gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumours (GEP-NETS): Practice Survey of Commonwealth Neuroendocrine Tumour Collaboration
To examine real world follow up practices compared to published guidelines for follow up of patients with GEP-NETs, a detailed electronic cross-sectional survey was developed and distributed to members of the CommNETS Collaboration (Australia, NZ, Canada) and NANETs. Expand
Strengthening public health nutrition: findings from a situational assessment to inform system-wide capacity building in Ontario, Canada
Collective capacity in the public health nutrition can be improved through strategic system-wide capacity-building interventions through improving understanding, visibility and prioritisation of healthy eating and food environments. Expand
Gastric Flora in Gastrostomy Fed Children with Neurological Impairment on Antacid Medication
This prospective cohort study aimed to: (1) describe types, concentrations and sensitivity profiles of bacteria found in gastric aspirates of neurologically impaired children; (2) compare floraExpand