Healthcare resources including vaccines should be redeployed to provinces that need them most, according to the Canadian Medical Association.
American misinformation is driving Canada’s infodemic, according to McGill University researchers.
Children and younger adults appear to be playing a bigger role in the spread of new variants of SARS-CoV-2 than previously circulating strains.
Searching symptoms online may not be as harmful as some feared.
Emergency departments are struggling to retain and replace experienced nurses.
The pandemic has laid bare the fragility of Canada’s senior care systems, but also opportunities to strengthen them.
Pay transparency and diverse representation on hiring committees are first steps to levelling the financial playing field in medicine.
As the first Indigenous nominee for president of the Canadian Medical Association, Dr. Alika Lafontaine aims to open the profession to new possibilities.
The passage of Bill C7 opens up access to medical aid in dying, along with new challenges for health professionals.
Three in five physicians surveyed by the Canadian Medical Association cited concerns about Canada’s vaccine rollout as a stressor.