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Project Team

Project Lead

Kevin Pottie
Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health (CCIRH) and the University of Ottawa

Content Design

Rebecca Warmington
Keith Miller
Danyaal Raza

Content Authors

Kevin Pottie, Christina Greenaway, John Feightner, Vivian Welch, Helena Swinkels, Meb Rashid, Lavanya Narasiah, Laurence J. Kirmayer, Erin Ueffing, Noni E. MacDonald, Ghayda Hassan, Mary McNally, Kamran Khan, Ralf Buhrmann, Sheila Dunn, Arunmozhi Dominic, Anne E. McCarthy, Anita J. Gagnon, Cécile Rousseau, Peter Tugwell, and coauthors of the Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health

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Overview of CCIRH Guidelines

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Legend

Symbol Meaning
Blue circle. When this icon appears on the checklist, the following text will be read: Link to interactive synopsis. Links to an interactive synopsis of available evidence and recommendations for the condition.
Green diamond. When this icon appears on the checklist, the following text will be read: Links to the relevant section of the guidelines. Links to the relevant section of the guidelines published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Yellow triangle. When this icon appears on the checklist, the following text will be read: Link to the map. Links to the map.

Evidence links:
Square with the letter A in it, and the letter A alone. When this icon appears on the checklist, the following text will be read: CCIRH Recommendations. Bold – CCIRH Recommendations
Square with the letter B in it, and the letter B alone. When this icon appears on the checklist, the following text will be read: Systematic Review Linked Evidence. Italics – Systematic Review Linked Evidence: US and Canadian Task For Preventative Care
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Citation

Warmington R, Miller K, Pottie K. (2012). Evidence-Based Preventive Care Checklist for New Immigrants and Refugees, Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health (CCIRH) and the University of Ottawa, Canada.  Available from: http://www.ccirhken.ca/ccirh/checklist_website/index.html.

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Disclaimer

Given the constantly evolving nature of evidence and changing recommendations, the CCIRH preventative checklist is meant as a guide only.

Design and Production: Centre for e-Learning, Teaching and Learning Support Service (TLSS), University of Ottawa

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