Clinicians are often hesitant to address intimate partner violence.
Poor compliance with school vaccination policies may have more to do with access issues than anti-vaccination beliefs.
One in 100 Canadians may have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the first wave of the pandemic, according to the initial results of a study of blood donors.
Canada may face dire shortages of critical care medicines if a second wave of COVID-19 cases spikes earlier than anticipated.
Some women may be delaying or avoiding care for early pregnancy complications.
Health authorities have mostly left physicians to figure out how to provide virtual care during the pandemic.
Only some doctors will be able to sit licensing exams for family medicine and a certificate in emergency medicine this year.
Questions about the accuracy of point-of-care-blood tests for COVID-19, elective surgery backlogs, mandatory masking, and unapproved fecal transplants in this week’s top health news.
Rising food insecurity, systemic racism in medicine, and transparency of COVID-19 data in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Precarious health coverage and immigration status have made migrant workers especially vulnerable to COVID-19.