Upstream interventions, such as ensuring access to food and shelter, may not only improve patients’ health but could also potentially improve physicians’ health.
A national non-profit is urging federal parties to tackle top threats to children’s health.
Vaping risks, vaccine hesitancy, and a town rolls out the red carpet for new doctors in this week’s top health news.
Many physicians think virtual care should be integrated into traditional primary care instead of operating outside the system.
At the University of Manitoba, Indigenous medical educators are paired with non-Indigenous physicians so the work of challenging prejudices doesn’t fall only on Indigenous faculty.
In the United States, doctors can earn continuing medical education credits by playing educational video games on their smartphones.
Outcry over public health cuts, roadblocks to cannabis research, and doctors caught using their own sperm in fertility treatments in this week’s top health news.
Would surgeons be less candid and proactive if patients had access to video of their procedures?
There are options for medical organizations to help physicians have financial security in their old age.
Communities in Nunavut are struggling with high TB rates and some are holding mass-screening clinics to help combat the problem.