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Clinical Articles / BY: Christine E. Simmons, MD, MSc, FRCPC March 2018
... ] As further work is done to validate these outcomes we may move toward differential assessments of response based on subtype of ... additional chemotherapy is not the standard of care. The issue of what to do when pCR is not achieved has been the subject of many ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Courtney Young, MBA, MD, FRCPC December 2017
... attention was focused on how QI could favorably affect the issue of medical errors. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) was the catalyst ... often navigate multiple care interfaces and consequently may experience fragmented care and poor outcomes.[ 5 ] This is particularly ...
Clinical Articles / BY: James McKinney, MD, MSc, April 2016
... by Warburton and colleagues in Part 2 of this theme issue. To examine whether low levels of physical activity (below the ... seen in both men and women, and it appears that this benefit may be present for both ischemic and hemor-rhagic stroke.[ 19 ] ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Alister Frayne, MD, December 2015
... developed. Often dubbed “walk-in care,” such a system may address the issue of timely access but often fails to offer continuity of care and does not ...
MDs To Be / BY: Annika Klopp, BSc, April 2012
... cultural experiences, we are concerned the idea of Art Days may be perceived differently than we in­tended. We know in the back of our ... of a patient are different from one’s own.  The issue of cultural safety has moved beyond New Zealand and be­gun to permeate ...
Clinical Articles / BY: S.E. Lord, MD, April 2010
... every day. Further reductions in the incidence of PT may depend on more sophisticated insights into the determinants of PT. ... of an in-depth evaluation of a complex public health issue. In future, data on socioeconomic risks can be used to focus education ...
MDs To Be / BY: Jenny Ko, March 2010
... where euth­anasia was legalized in 2001, a physician may euthanize a patient or assist in that patient’s suicide if the physician ... The second way the Netherlands deals with the issue of competence is by asserting that the nature of unbearable suffering ...
Interviews / BY: Jay Draper September 2009
... human interaction between a naturopath and a patient that may not happen in my office?” I think the answer is yes—they touch people, ... complex care, mental health, and so on. What medical issue isn’t getting enough attention? Prevention. End-of-life care. ...
News&Notes / BY: Kashmira Suraliwalla July/August 2008
... of General Practitioners of BC for their patience on this issue. Dr Bryan Norton, president of the Society of General Practitioners ... membership. We also need to reach out to physicians who may feel disenfranchised.   I firmly believe the BCMA is and should ...
ICBC / BY: Elizabeth Heinz, December 2008
... police officer can then order the driver off the road and issue a roadside suspension. Impaired drivers will also face stiffer ... their ability to drive a vehicle safely. The actual number may be much higher, however, as the poll relied on self-disclosure to elicit ...