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Find evidence-based information and recommendations related to Disability and Health.

RatingResourceYearEvidence Type
Disability and Health
Increasing Cancer Screening: Reducing Client Out-of-Pocket Costs—Updated recommendations for client- and provider-oriented interventions to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2012 Systematic Review
Disability and Health
Increasing Cancer Screening: Reducing Structural Barriers for Clients—Updated recommendations for client- and provider-oriented interventions to increase breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2012 Systematic Review
Disability and Health
Universally Recommended Vaccinations: Home Visits to Increase Vaccination Rates. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2012 Systematic Review
Disability and Health
Universally Recommended Vaccinations: Reducing Client Out-of-Pocket Costs for Vaccinations. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2011 Systematic Review
Disability and Health
Interventions to Promote Seasonal Influenza Vaccinations among Healthcare Workers. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2011 Systematic Review
Disability and Health
Interventions to Promote Seasonal Influenza Vaccinations among Non-Healthcare Workers. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2011 Systematic Review
Disability and Health
Diabetes Prevention and Control: Self-Management Education—Recommendations for healthcare system and self-management education interventions to reduce morbidity and mortality from diabetes. (Community Guide Recommendation)
Community Preventive Services Task Force
2002 Systematic Review
 

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