Making long-term care less institutional may improve outcomes for people with dementia.
Medical students receive conflicting advice on the best strategy for picking electives.
Vaping legislation, needle-exchange programs in prisons, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Using more organs from deceased donors who used drugs may help address the transplant organ shortage.
What happens when a new generation of physicians with different values and expectations turns to an older generation for mentorship?
More than a thousand American medical trainees didn’t match to residency positions last year, but unlike in Canada, it’s not causing much alarm.
Doctors crisscross jurisdictions to outrun disciplinary and criminal sanctions, pediatricians answer questions about gender development in children, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Not enough family doctors want to supervise medical students, say educators.
Discrimination appears to be one factor in the earnings gap between male and female doctors.
More doctors are posting about patients online, raising serious ethical concerns.