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.
Warning stickers on opioids, an apology from the OMA, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Clunky bureaucracy and inconsistent policies often cause unnecessary stress and delays in medical training for people with disabilities.
Financial penalties may exacerbate problems caused by staffing and resource shortages, say long-term care operators.
Doctors tend to underestimate the prices of the drugs they prescribe to patients.
A drop in asthma hospitalizations, a ban on pay-for-plasma clinics, and new scrutiny of naturopaths in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Recruiting physicians to rural communities is an ongoing struggle in Canada.
Medical schools and trainees are ramping up supports for the growing number of Canadian medical graduates shut out of residency.
Patient groups want patients to have more time at the microphones at medical conferences.