This national survey study investigates changes in the proportion of hospitals requiring health care personnel to receive annual influenza vaccinations in 2013 and 2017 and compares the change among Veterans Affairs and non–Veterans Affairs hospitals.
This cohort study characterizes use of immediate-release and extended-release/long-acting opioid analgesic therapy formulations and adding and switching patterns between the 2 formulations among patients in the United States between 2003 and 2014.
This population epidemiology study uses Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) mortality data to characterize trends in opioid-related deaths and estimate years of life lost due to opioids in the United States between 2001 and 2016.
This study assesses the diagnostic accuracy and negative predictive value of biparametric magnetic resonance imaging (bpMRI) methods for detecting clinically significant prostate cancer in biopsy-naive men.
This infection epidemiology study describes the number of reports of Legionnaires disease in VA facilities between 2014 and 2016 and the proportion of cases associated with VA health care facility vs community exposure.
This study compares medication coverage policies and utilization management strategies of US Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, and commercial insurers for 62 products used to treat low back pain, including prescription opioids and nonopioid analgesics.
This national survey study uses NHANES data to characterize trends in diet quality among US adults between 1999 and 2014 and differences in those trends among Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants, income-eligible nonparticipants, and higher-income individuals.
This cohort study examines patterns and appropriateness of antibiotic prescribing among children and adults with acute respiratory infections visiting outpatient clinics associated with the US Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Network during influenza season.
This cross-sectional study uses data from the National Health Interview Survey to examine the association of food, respiratory, and skin allergies with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in US children.
This study describes expanded access and compassionate use programs created through 2017 for experimental drugs and biologics, and the timing and duration of existence of those programs relative to the date of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) final approval.
This study uses data from a clinical trial suggesting that problem-solving education (a form of cognitive behavioral therapy [CBT]) can prevent depression in low-income mothers to explore the mechanisms by which the intervention might be effective.
This population-based cohort study uses Danish Cancer Registry data to investigate the lifetime risk of endocrine late effects of cancer and cancer treatment, including pituitary and gonadal hypofunction, in patients diagnosed and treated as adolescents and young adults.
This meta-analysis of randomized trials of nivolumab and pembrolizumab for treatment of cancer (lung, renal, head and neck) and melanoma estimates correlations and effect size differences between the trials’ outcome measures of progression-free and overall survival.
This study uses responses from health care professionals who participated in the American Community Survey between 2001 and 2015 to identify trends in self-employment and changes in the earnings differences between self-employed professionals and those employed by for-profit or nonprofit organizations.
This study examines US county-level correlations between the proportion of Medicare Part D enrollees receiving a ≥90-day supply of opioids and the proportion of the county voting for Donald Trump for US president.
This study uses Medicare Part D and Open Payments data to characterize payments to physicians from the manufacturer of repository corticotropin gel (H. P. Acthar Gel, an ACTH analogue) and associations between those payments and the number of prescriptions and Medicare expenditures for the drug in 2015.
This cohort study investigates the associations between concurrent prescription opioid and benzodiazepine use and the risk of opioid overdose among Medicare Part D beneficiaries in 2013 and 2014.
This study describes use of a modified Delphi survey procedure to develop a set of 68 core evidence-based practice (EBP) competencies to improve EBP education and learning.
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