Physician burnout topped the agenda at the International Conference on Physician Health.
Cannabis concerns, new inductees to the Canadian Medical Hall of fame, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Most doctors are highly resilient but nearly one in three experience symptoms of burnout on a weekly basis.
Some advocates for affordable housing for the homeless propose creating apartments from shipping containers.
Parts of a speech by former CMA President Dr. Chris Simpson (pictured here) were plagiarized by the new president of the World Medical Association.
Increasing concerns about vaping, a ban on a Chinese drug company, faulty EpiPens and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Clinical treatment for addiction may be a pathway to recovery but too often it’s treated as the end of the line.
Medical school enrolment has risen in the United States but remained flat in Canada.
Should there be different rules for a picket line at a health care facility than at a traditional industrial employer?
Unproven stem cell therapies, an IMG challenge on residency positions, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.