Overdose-prevention sites put on hold, state of emergency in British Columbia, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Most Canadian health facilities have disaster plans but major gaps in preparedness remain.
Part-time work is common in many industries, but not in medicine.
Some clinical institutions restrict or limit medical trainee access to EHRs.
CMA “effectively abandoning” role as national voice on physician issues, says Ontario Medical Association
The Ontario Medical Association has raised concerns about changes at the Canadian Medical Association, such as the elimination of the CMA’s annual general council meeting.
Assisted dying regulations, top-billing doctors, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
A recent study of emergency room patients found they didn’t care if their doctors had body art or piercings.
Healthier incomes lead to better health outcomes.
An EpiPen shortage, questions about long-term care safety, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Doctors rely on intuition, not just data, when deciding what tests to order.