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  1. Physician claims data are one of the largest sources of coded health information unique to Canada. There is skepticism from data users about the quality of this data. This study investigated features of diagno...

    Authors: Ceara Tess Cunningham, Pin Cai, David Topps, Lawrence W Svenson, Nathalie Jetté and Hude Quan
    Citation: BMC Research Notes 2014 7:682
  2. The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is becoming more common, but population-based descriptions of its patterns of use are lacking. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of CAM use in...

    Authors: Amy Metcalfe, Jeanne Williams, Jane McChesney, Scott B Patten and Nathalie Jetté
    Citation: BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2010 10:58
  3. Although multiple studies have estimated the prevalence of neurological conditions in the general Canadian population, limited research exists regarding the proportion affected with these conditions in non-acu...

    Authors: Oana Danila, John P Hirdes, Colleen J Maxwell, Ruth Ann Marrie, Scott Patten, Tamara Pringsheim and Nathalie Jetté
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2014 14:29
  4. Survey research in healthcare is an important tool to collect information about healthcare delivery, service use and overall issues relating to quality of care. Unfortunately, physicians are often a group with...

    Authors: Ceara Tess Cunningham, Hude Quan, Brenda Hemmelgarn, Tom Noseworthy, Cynthia A Beck, Elijah Dixon, Susan Samuel, William A Ghali, Lindsay L Sykes and Nathalie Jetté
    Citation: BMC Medical Research Methodology 2015 15:32
  5. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common cause of neurological disability in young adults worldwide and approximately half of those affected are in Europe. The assessment of differential incidence and preval...

    Authors: Elaine Kingwell, James J Marriott, Nathalie Jetté, Tamara Pringsheim, Naila Makhani, Sarah A Morrow, John D Fisk, Charity Evans, Sarah Gabrielle Béland, Sophie Kulaga, Jonathan Dykeman, Christina Wolfson, Marcus W Koch and Ruth Ann Marrie
    Citation: BMC Neurology 2013 13:128
  6. Patient registries represent a well-established methodology for prospective data collection with a wide array of applications for clinical research and health care administration. An examination and synthesis ...

    Authors: Lawrence Korngut, Gail MacKean, Lisa Casselman, Megan Johnston, Lundy Day, Darren Lam, Diane Lorenzetti, Janet Warner, Nathalie Jetté and Tamara Pringsheim
    Citation: BMC Medical Research Methodology 2013 13:135
  7. Interventions to alleviate stigma are demonstrating effectiveness across a range of conditions, though few move beyond the pilot phase, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Implementation sc...

    Authors: Christopher G. Kemp, Brooke A. Jarrett, Churl-Su Kwon, Lanxin Song, Nathalie Jetté, Jaime C. Sapag, Judith Bass, Laura Murray, Deepa Rao and Stefan Baral
    Citation: BMC Medicine 2019 17:6
  8. Administrative health data have been used to study sepsis in large population-based studies. The validity of these study findings depends largely on the quality of the administrative data source and the validi...

    Authors: Rachel J Jolley, Keri Jo Sawka, Dean W Yergens, Hude Quan, Nathalie Jetté and Christopher J Doig
    Citation: Critical Care 2015 19:139
  9. Though many people with multiple sclerosis (MS) have comorbidities, the use of generic and disease-specific health related quality of life (HRQOL) scales to discriminate the effects of comorbidity has not been...

    Authors: Kirsten M. Fiest, Jamie Greenfield, Luanne M. Metz, Scott B. Patten, Nathalie Jetté and Ruth Ann Marrie
    Citation: Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 2017 15:246
  10. Because the collection of mental health information through interviews is expensive and time consuming, interest in using population-based administrative health data to conduct research on depression has incre...

    Authors: Chelsea Doktorchik, Scott Patten, Cathy Eastwood, Mingkai Peng, Guanmin Chen, Cynthia A. Beck, Nathalie Jetté, Tyler Williamson and Hude Quan
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2019 19:9