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Impact of a labour disruption affecting local public health on the incidence of chlamydia infections in Toronto.

INTRODUCTIONLabour disruptions that interrupt services can be a natural experiment to examine the effect of halting a program. A five-week municipal labour disruption in Toronto during the summer of 2009 provided an opportunity to investigate the impact of reduced sexual health services. METHODSWe e... Full description

Journal Title: PloS one 2013, Vol.8(11), p.e79375
Main Author: Pinto, Andrew D
Other Authors: Gournis, Effie , Al-Bargash, Dana , Shahin, Rita
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title: Impact of a labour disruption affecting local public health on the incidence of chlamydia infections in Toronto.
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  • Pinto, Andrew D
  • Gournis, Effie
  • Al-Bargash, Dana
  • Shahin, Rita
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  • Adult–Epidemiology
  • Chlamydia Infections–Epidemiology
  • Female–Epidemiology
  • Humans–Epidemiology
  • Incidence–Epidemiology
  • Male–Epidemiology
  • Ontario–Epidemiology
  • Socioeconomic Factors–Epidemiology
  • Young Adult–Epidemiology
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description: INTRODUCTIONLabour disruptions that interrupt services can be a natural experiment to examine the effect of halting a program. A five-week municipal labour disruption in Toronto during the summer of 2009 provided an opportunity to investigate the impact of reduced sexual health services. METHODSWe examined the incidence of reported chlamydia in Toronto during the five years (2004-2008) preceding the labour disruption and during the periods just before, during, and after the labour disruption. Comparisons of actual reports for 2009 were made to immediately adjacent periods around the labour disruption, to historical trends and to forecasted rates. Interrupted time series analysis was used to test for significant differences in the trend of reported chlamydia incidence. RESULTSThere was no significant difference in the trend of reported chlamydia incidence around the time of the strike. However, there was a small but significant increase in the incidence of reported chlamydia, particularly...
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abstractINTRODUCTIONLabour disruptions that interrupt services can be a natural experiment to examine the effect of halting a program. A five-week municipal labour disruption in Toronto during the summer of 2009 provided an opportunity to investigate the impact of reduced sexual health services. METHODSWe examined the incidence of reported chlamydia in Toronto during the five years (2004-2008) preceding the labour disruption and during the periods just before, during, and after the labour disruption. Comparisons of actual reports for 2009 were made to immediately adjacent periods around the labour disruption, to historical trends and to forecasted rates. Interrupted time series analysis was used to test for significant differences in the trend of reported chlamydia incidence. RESULTSThere was no significant difference in the trend of reported chlamydia incidence around the time of the strike. However, there was a small but significant increase in the incidence of reported chlamydia, particularly...
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