Home > Browse by Creator/Editor where creator/editor is "Gomes, Tara"

up arrow imageUp a level
Export as
Group by: Item Type | No Grouping
Jump to: Article
Number of items: 7.

Article

Tadrous, Mina and Shakeri, Ahmad and Chu, Cherry and Watt, Jennifer and Mamdani, Muhammad M and Juurlink, David N and Gomes, Tara (2021) Assessment of stimulant use and cardiovascular event risks among older adults. JAMA Network Open , 4 , (10) , e2130795.

Kurteva, Siyana and Abrahamowicz, Michal and Gomes, Tara and Tamblyn, Robyn (2021) Association of opioid consumption profiles after hospitalization with risk of adverse health care events. JAMA Network Open , 4 , (5) , e218782.

Camden, Andi and To, Teresa and Ray, Joel G and Gomes, Tara and Bai, Li and Guttmann, Astrid (2022) Categorization of opioid use among pregnant people and association with overdose or death. JAMA Network Open , 5 , (5) .

Gomes, Tara and McCormack, Daniel and Bozinoff, Nikki and Tadrous, Mina and Antoniou, Tony and Munro, Charlotte and Campbell, Tonya and Paterson, J Michael and Mamdani, Muhammad and Sproule, Beth (2022) Duration of use and outcomes among people with opioid use disorder initiating methadone and buprenorphine in Ontario: a population-based propensity-score matched cohort study. Addiction , Early online .

Paul, Lauren A and Li, Ye and Leece, Pamela and Gomes, Tara and Bayoumi, Ahmed M and Herring, Jeremy and Murray, Regan and Brown, Patrick (2022) Identifying the changing age distribution of opioid-related mortality with high-frequency data. PLoS ONE , 17 , (4) .

Antoniou, Tony and Martins, Diana and Campbell, Tonya and Tadrous, Mina and Munro, Charlotte and Leece, Pamela and Mamdani, Muhammad and Juurlink, David N and Gomes, Tara (2021) Impact of policy changes on the provision of naloxone by pharmacies in Ontario, Canada: a population-based time-series analysis. Addiction , 116 , (6) , pp. 1514-1520.

Choremis, Beatrice and Campbell, Tonya and Tadrous, Mina and Martins, Diana and Antoniou, Tony and Gomes, Tara (2019) The uptake of the pharmacy-dispensed naloxone kit program in Ontario: a population-based study. PLoS ONE , 14 , (10) , e0223589.

This list was generated on Sat Jun 25 03:58:27 2022 IST.