Antibiotic resistance, sick notes, Jordan’s Principle, 3D-printed medical devices, EMR access, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
There is a growing disconnect between the family doctor model of health care delivery and the speed and convenience millennials expect for services.
Managing screen time is one component of ensuring children get enough sleep.
Medical trainees must learn that taking care of themselves is part of being a physician.
Pharmaceutical industry transparency act in limbo, medical marijuana shortages, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Dr. Rick Glazier will become scientific director of CIHR’s Institute of Health Services and Policy Research in January 2019.
Patients in physician waiting rooms often have no idea about the disciplinary histories of the doctors they’re about to see.
Whether social media has a positive or negative effect on young physicians depends on how they use it.
Smoking rates on the rise, overprescribing of antibiotics, automatic licence suspensions for doctors who sexually abuse patients, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Doctors screen patients for intimate partner violence but may fail to recognize the problem in their own lives.