- PrEP could potentially eradicate HIV. But in Ontario, only about a 10th of the people it could help are taking it.
PrEP and HIV prevention: Pre-exposure prophylaxis has proven effective at substantially reducing HIV infections. So why is uptake in Ontario so low?The Score: 0
- Safe supply: The debate around prescribing opioids to people who use drugs
Safe supply: As the overdose crisis worsens, some clinicians are prescribing opioids as an alternative to street drugs. And this has raised some questions.The Score: 0
- The controversy around estimating deaths from medical error
Medical error causing death: How accurate are estimates of deaths caused by medical error? And how harmful are inaccurate estimates?The Score: 0
- The risk of workplace violence for home care providers
Workplace violence in home care: Frequently, when a home care provider visits a new client, they know little beyond the address. And this can be dangerous.The Score: 0
- 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