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|Title:||Reducing Emergency-department Usage in People with Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Provincial Health Systems in Canada|
|Authors:||Mattison, Cristina A.|
Moat, Kaelan A.
Scallan, Eilish M.
Lavis, John N.
|Keywords:||emergency-department;inflammatory bowel disease;provincial;health-system;Canada|
|Citation:||Mattison CA, Moat KA, Scallan EM, Lavis JN, Gauvin FP. Citizen brief: Reducing emergency department usage in people with inflammatory bowel disease in provincial health systems in Canada. Hamilton, Canada: McMaster Health Forum, 14 September 2018.|
|Abstract:||An assessment of what is known about problems related to reducing emergency-department usage in people with inflammatory bowel disease, options for addressing these problems, and key implementation considerations. The citizen brief was an input to a citizen panel on the topic of reducing emergency-department usage in people with inflammatory bowel disease in provincial health systems in Canada.|
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