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The Good Doctor / BY: Brian Day, MB March 2017
... being in the mold of an old-style (now extinct) Churchillian type of politician. He was determined to fulfill promises made to his ... department’s scarce resources with highly intelligent people, such as professors of mathematics, physics, philosophy, and so on; ...
Premise May 2017
... in our work and we become somewhat inured to its effect on people who do not see it as often as we do. People are afraid of death. Our ... being present for the patient as they near the end in a type of spiritual companionship that gives hope.[ 2 ] Nuland goes on to ...
Interviews / BY: Joanne Jablkowski September 2014
... house I found that knowing how to cook attracted other people. And I really enjoyed the outcome of it. I've got a full complement of ... same way we used to--we don't have enough providers of any type to keep doing the same thing. So we have to work differently in terms of ...
President's Comment / BY: Shelley Ross, MD March 2013
... the forefront of their minds when counseling patients. When people feel good about their lifestyle, they are more likely to share it with ... if their doctors advise it. As well, patients find this type of advice coming from their active, healthy doctor more motivating and ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Sandi Culo, BScOT, MD, FRCPC, October 2011
... self-neglect, and poor insight. Individuals with this type of impairment can be easily influenced, coerced, and exploited.  They ... of initiative, depression, anxiety, and paranoia can prevent people from implementing their choices and thus make them incapable. The focus ...
President's Comment / BY: Bill Mackie, MD May 2009
... arts, and boot camp are relatively new as more and more people participate. We’re also wiser, for the most part, to prevent injury ... in one’s spare tire can raise insulin levels, furthering type 2 diabetes. This in turn is closely linked to dementia and has been termed ...
Editorials / BY: David R. Richardson, MD April 2008
... in replacing our old handwritten records was the fact that I type 10 words a minute, apparently with my tongue hanging out the right side of ... Dr Richardson, you’d be surprised; there are lot of old people on Facebook.” I then checked his prostate even though he was only ...
Back Page / BY: William A. Falk, MD, FCFPC, FRCGP September 2008
... the money. The biggest untapped source of money? We, the people. We often see references to the need for people to take more ... unions, doctors, and for-profit insurance companies. This type of innovation will be considered as politically risky and dis­ruptive to ...
Premise / BY: Michael A. Ross, MD, October 2007
... and 11% of men suffer from migraine. MRIs on all these people would bankrupt the system. Anxious patients will demand antibiotics for ... they leave discouraged, realizing that this is not the type of care they need. Those barely able to leave home are even more abandoned ...
News / BY: James A. Wilson, MD January/February 2006
... she still teaches courses in the art and science of helping people die on their own terms. Hogg’s lifetime of achievement honored ... drugs, as specified in the CRNBC scope of practice for each type of nurse practitioner. Family practice nurse practitioners are the ...