Dernières nouvelles sur la médecine familiale

le 17 septembre 2019

La Presse

La santé publique a écopé durement de la réforme Barrette selon l’INSPQ

L’intelligence artificielle mise à profit en cardiologie grâce à un don de 18 millions $

Nouveau modèle de jaquette d’hôpital mis à l’essai

Le Devoir

Retour en 2012 concernant le vote sur la criminalisation de l’avortement

L'actualité

Québec : Les cas d’ostéoporose diminuent, mais est-ce un signe de sous-diagnostic?

Ici Radio-Canada

Signalement d’un nombre croissant d’ITSS en Estrie

The Globe and Mail

Toronto Public Health wants Ontario to end non-medical exemptions for vaccines in schools

CBC

One in 16 women in the U.S. say their first sexual experience was forced in their early teens

Vancouver mayor wants federal leaders to consider a proposal to distribute safe substitute opioids

CTV

Canada’s birth tourism sees a 13 percent increase in one year 

Patients carrying MRSA have a higher chance of fighting off antibiotic-resistant staph infections

Cases of a vaping-linked illness in the U.S. gives Canadian health officials a pause as legal sales approaches 

Vancouver Sun

British Columbia ends the practice which asks hospitals to alert child-welfare agencies of newborns at risk

British Columbia teens still addicted to vaping despite risks and stories from victims

The former mayor of Port Alberni, B.C. supports calls for drug decriminalization as a path to treatment

Local governments across Canada want the federal government to increase access to safer drugs




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