A drop in opioid prescriptions, legal cannabis edibles, and cases of vaping-related illness in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Providing a family physician for every Canadian would be a difficult feat to accomplish, say health workforce experts.
Some doctors are worried about the effects on pregnancy of long hours and night shifts.
Vaping concerns, health sector jobs, malware attacks, and more in this week’s top health news.
Digital therapeutic products are more sophisticated than simple health tracking apps.
More than 1 in 10 graduating medical students ranked their training in obstetrics, surgery, pediatrics and psychiatry as fair or poor.
Technology costs have risen for ophthalmologists who perform cataract surgeries, but so has efficiency, productivity and surgeon incomes.
Female surgeons paid less, a review of tobacco and vaping laws, shortage of flu vaccine nasal spray, in this week’s top health news.
Dr. Andreas Laupacis will take over as editor in chief of the CMAJ Group of publications on Oct. 7.
Doctors are still liable for errors in care caused by artificial intelligence, the Canadian Medical Protective Association cautions.