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Clinical Articles / BY: Courtney Young, MBA, MD, FRCPC December 2017
... benefit of changing local practice, local projects can often contribute to knowledge about QI in health care and be generalizable to ... 2009. Accessed 1 November 2016. www.waittimealliance.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/CCS-Building-a-Heart-Healthy-Canada.pdf . Institute ...
Editorials / BY: David R. Richardson, MD July/August 2015
... numerous hardships and obstacles, these people are happy and content. They face each day with a smile and often go beyond to share this joy ... a soft spot in their hearts for those less fortunate and contribute with selfless philanthropy wherever they see an opportunity, so much ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Kasandra Harriman, MD, CCFP, November 2014
... can affect drug-handling by the body.[ 5 ] These factors contribute to the large interindividual variability of medication effects in ... The survey tool was checked for face validity and content validity. It was piloted with a small group of physicians on several ...
MDs To Be / BY: Laura Budd, BMSc, January/February 2013
... applications that promote user-generated and user-controlled content.[ 2 ] Social media has emerged as part of the construct of Web 2.0. ... content can counterbalance opinionated information, contribute expert advice, and validate posted material. Why physicians ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Sandra Jarvis-Selinger, PhD July/August 2009
... activities.[ 1 ] • Relevance of the educational content to rural physicians.[ 2-4 ] • Opportunities for innovative ... to: • Explore educational needs, including preferred content delivery methods, improvements in CPD coordination, and strategies to ... network with colleagues who have similar needs, and contribute to system improvements in CPD. Methods A steering ...
Clinical Articles / BY: James K. Lai, MD, CCFP, FCFP, April 2009
... that address how the physician community should contribute to the shaping of the IT agenda in this country, as federal, ... management, and health policy analysis helped finalize the content of the survey. One of the objectives of the survey was to determine ...
COHP / BY: Bill Mackie, MD March 2008
... pass on to patients. Although obesity and other factors contribute to hypertension, excessive sodium intake is one of the most ... Kingdom, manufacturers have gradually reduced the salt content in packaged foods and they are clearly labeled—a method approved by ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Kendall Ho, MD, FRCPC September 2008
... Only when there is qualified supervision of input and content validation can these sites be said to contribute to authentic knowledge management and translation.  CPD-KT ...
President's Comment / BY: Margaret MacDiarmid, MD, June 2007
... in many other ways. It seems to me that we should be more content than many of us are. We are each responsible for our own happiness, but ... ease some of your pain. Further, I believe that the BCMA can contribute greatly to the health policy changes that we need. Given all of ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Jorge L. Pinzon, MD, FRCPC, FAAP, FSAM January/February 2005
... by the appearance of secondary sexual characteristics may contribute to the fears associated with breast and genital examinations. These ... 6-year period the magnitude and timing of peak bone mineral content velocity in relation to peak height velocity and menarche. ...