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Clinical Articles / BY: Marilyn Thorpe, MD, FRCPC July/August 2018
... been highlighted in the media.[ 10 , 11 , 12 ] Young people age 20 to 29 years have higher rates of mental illness and substance use ... definitions. Later, the reason for referral and whether the type of appointment given was deemed appropriate were also recorded. ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Ali Zentner, MD, FRCPC April 2018
... comorbidities (e.g., depression, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery ... most have attended seminars preoperatively and talked with people who have had the surgery. Very infrequently, intellectual testing is ...
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 ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Ruth Elwood Martin, MD, FCFP, MPH December 2012
... are Aboriginal.[ 7 ] Incar­cerated adult Aboriginal people are generally younger, have less formal education, and are more likely ... for ex-prisoners, there was no “one sort fits all” type of accommodation requested.  Most women saw financial restrictions as ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Joanna Bates, MDCM, CCFP September 2008
... a qualified applicant pool of more than 700.  Young people in BC had fewer opportunities to become physicians than young people in ... them.  The Faculty of Medicine is also piloting a new type of clerkship in which students spend a full year in a small community ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Carolyn Steinberg, MD, FRCPC, May 2007
... by the process of being fed. This involves at least two people, surrounded by the family network, which in turn is embedded in a ... the food refusal occurs during the introduction of a novel type of food (e.g., the child may drink one type of milk but refuse another, ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Ralph J. Maddess, PhD May 2006
... of mental health services. The prevailing attitude is that people choose to live in rural areas and should therefore accept lack of ... services were also surveyed to determine the level and type of mental health needs. Most of the existing mental health centres ...
Interviews / BY: Jay Draper September 2006
... for medicine. So moving all over the place like that, people always ask, “Was your dad one step ahead of the law?” What has ... of my cousins or brothers were sick I enjoyed doing nursing-type things for them. I decided, at some point during high school, that I was ...
Interviews / BY: Jay Draper September 2004
... I enjoy my office days in practice, and the variety of people. I’ve been in practice now for 26 years, so I’ve known most of my ... salary are all ably representing physicians who choose this type of payment system and style of practice. Our Negotiations Department is ...
Clinical Articles / BY: T. Gregory Hislop, MDCM December 2000
... (per 100 000) have been reported approaching 20 for Chinese people in Hong Kong and Singapore and 12.3 for Chinese people in Los Angeles as ... marital status, educational level, household income, housing type (owned, rented, government-subsidized), length of time living in North ...