- Performing CPR can save someone's life. It can also cause you trauma.
Performing CPR and PTSD: Why trying to save a life can be traumatic for lay-responders, and how training programs can better prepare them.The Score: 0
- What it's really like to die at home in Ontario
Dying at home: Three-quarters of Canadians want to die at home, but the reality of providing palliative care to loved ones at home often make it impossibleThe Score: 0
- Medical science can save younger and younger babies. Medical culture is changing as a result.
Babies born 23 weeks preterm: More "micro preemies" are being resuscitated in Canada. Medical advance is responsible, but also a shift if medical culture.The Score: 0
- What are medical schools doing to admit more poor students?
Low SES medical students: For years we've known that low-income students are underrepresented in medical school. What are we doing about it?The Score: 0
- Blood flow restriction: A potential new approach to rehabilitation?
Blood flow restriction: Athletes use it to rebuild muscle with tourniquets and light weights. Might it work for post-operative and geriatric patients?The Score: 0
- Twenty years of patient surveys: What's not working and how to improve the process
Patient experience surveys: Patients have been asked to fill out surveys for the past 20 years, but what happens with the results?The Score: 0
- Public health in Ontario: What it does, and what might change
Public health in Ontario: In light of the province's new budget, we took a close look at what public health does in Ontario and what changes may be comingThe Score: 0
- The military provides health care to its members, but not their families
Military families face unique and significant barriers in their access to health care, in large part because they relocate so oftenThe Score: 0
- Why do patients at higher risk for endometrial cancer wait longer for treatment?
Endometrial cancer: Women with obesity are at higher risk for the deadliest of gynecologic cancers. But they face longer waits for diagnosis and treatment.The Score: 0
- ABA therapy and autism: What is it, and does it work?
ABA autism: Applied behavioural analysis is the most common treatment for children with autism. How does it work? What does the research say?The Score: 0
- Do patients with mental illness receive sub-standard care in hospital?
Mental illness and acute care: Patients with mental illness have higher rates of ED use, re-admission and death. Are they receiving sub-standard care?The Score: 0