ACHORD disseminates a variety of information through peer-reviewed publications and presentations at scientific meetings.
- Clinical Utility of Pre-Exercises Stress Testing in People with Diabetes.
- Healthy Eating and Active Living for Diabetes-Glycemic Index (HEALD-GI): study rationale, design and evaluation of a pragmatic randomized controlled trial.
- An individualized patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) based patient decision aid and surgeon report for patients considering total knee arthroplasty: protocol for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial.
- The Effect of Cardiac Rehabilitation Attendance on Sexual Activity Outcomes in Cardiovascular Disease Patients: A Systematic Review.
- Prognostic tools for cardiovascular disease in patients with type 2 diabetes: A systematic review and meta-analysis of C-statistics.
- The History of Hypertension Guidelines in Canada.
- Population-Level Outcomes With a 2-Step Approach for Gestational Diabetes Screening and Diagnosis: Response to the Letter to the Editor from Dr. Kong.
- Individualized Health-Related Quality of Life Instrument Measure Yourself Medical Outcome Profile (MYMOP) and Its Adaptations: A Critical Appraisal.
- Developing a case definition for type 1 diabetes mellitus in a primary care electronic medical record database: an exploratory study.
- Adherence to biphosphonates after an upper extremity fracture: A pre-specified substudy of the C-Stop randomized controlled trial.
- The association between vascular complications during pregnancy in women with Type 1 diabetes and congenital malformations.
- Understanding the Experiences of East African Immigrant Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus.
- The frequency and availability of population-specific patient reported outcome measures and minimal clinically important differences among approved drugs in Canada.
- Systematic review of community pharmacy-based and pharmacist-led foot care interventions for adults with type 2 diabetes.
- Discriminative Validity of the EQ-5D-5L and SF-12 in Older Adults with Arthritis.