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President's Comment / BY: William Cunningham, MD, CCFP, CCFP (EM) November 2013
... Information Technology Office) having set a deadline of 30 September for one-time EMR adoption funding applications, we had a flood of ... typed emergency record the very next morning? In this issue of the BCMJ you can read more about this topic and about some BC ...
Clinical Articles / BY: S.E. Lord, MD, April 2010
... January, February), and 33% occurred during the fall (September, October, November) ( Figure 1 ). Spatial epidemiology of ... of an in-depth evaluation of a complex public health issue. In future, data on socioeconomic risks can be used to focus education ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Danuta M. Skowronski, MD, FRCPC June 2007
For this theme issue on pandemic influenza, we assembled a panel of experts and asked them to ... second wave was much more severe and began effectively in September or October of 1918 before reaching a peak, in terms of mortality, in ... of Canada ( www.influenza.gc.ca ), where the most recent 2006 version of the national plan can also be found ( www.pandemicplan.gc.ca ...
News July/August 2007
... holding information sessions throughout British Columbia in September, giving you an opportunity to find out more about your insurance ... the Open Enrollment will be coming your way in the September issue of the  BCMJ. —Sandie Braid, CEBS Assistant Director, ...
Letters / BY: Zafar Essak, MD, November 2007
... views such as this are at the crux of the Code of Conduct issue. The analogy of a government cabinet is probably not appropriate for ... more than a handful. The coverage of the AGM in the September  BCMJ  also prompted me to think of some issues that need ...
News / BY: Fiona Youatt, June 2007
... The pilot projects are scheduled to begin in August or September. However, due to technical requirements, it’s possible that not all ... Correction: Mr Garth Evans In the March 2007 issue we incorrectly added the letters “MD” after Garth Evans’ name in ...
News / BY: Geraldine Vance, APR, September 2007
... Part 1 and 2 has also been revised and is included in this issue’s polybag.  The Antenatal Record Part 1 and 2 (BCPHP [HLTH] 1582 ... mid-to-late summer, generally extending until the end of September. Since 2003, Canadian Blood Services has performed WNV nucleic acid ...
News December 2006
... cases where a physician is deemed uninsurable, to decline to issue coverage altogether. The amount of coverage is based on your previous ... Guidelines. This brief questionnaire was included in the September issue along with the new Hypertension in Pregnancy BCRCP guideline. ...
Letters / BY: Sadi Bayrakal, MD, December 2006
In the September issue ( BCMJ 2006;48[7]:324-34 ), the articles concerning adverse drug effects and ...
News / BY: David R. Richardson, MD November 2006
... Genomic markers to help prevent ADRs in children In September the Centre for Healthcare Innovation & Improvement at the Child & ... research and co-guest editor of the BCMJ’s September theme issue on patient safety (BCMJ 2006;48:324-341). Dr Michael Hayden, the director ...