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Severe alcohol intoxication in adolescents
2013 - 2015 · Concluded
Amy Acker, MD, FRCPC, Queen’s University, Hotel Dieu Hospital, 166 Brock St., Kingston ON K7L 5G2; tel.: 613-544-3400, ext. 3362; fax: 613-544-3559; firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Thomas, MD, Queen’s University, Department of Pediatrics, Kingston General Hospital, 76 Stuart St., Kingston ON K7L 2V7; tel.: 613-544-3400, ext. 3305; fax: 613-544-3559; email@example.com
Study results can be found in CPSP 2015 Results
- CPSP 2014 Results: What have we learned?
Paediatr Child Health 2015;20(8):435–6
- Having some drinks: A normal part of growing up or a signal of a larger problem?
Paediatr Child Health 2013;18(10):512
- Severe alcohol intoxication in Canadian adolescents: 2-year surveillance data
Acker A, Dow K, Norris M, Allain D, Thomas K. Canadian Paediatric Society Annual Conference, Charlottetown, in June 2016 (poster)
- Severe alcohol intoxication among Canadian adolescents: Data from first 18 months of surveillance
Acker A, Dow K, Thomas K, Allain D, Norris M. Canadian Paediatric Society Annual Conference, Toronto, in June 2015 (poster)