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Health-care burnout is real, worsening and threatens patients as well | The Star by ⁦@JillianHortonMDthestar.com/opinion/contri…
Can scarcely comprehend just how tragic this is. All of it. twitter.com/consumersos/st…
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I went to a low-rent Scarborough mall: lots of masking. Most other places, there is less and less. Wearing a mask shows you care about other people, and it is a stunning failure of public health and government messaging that this is not how they're seen. twitter.com/TRyanGregory/s…
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This is a massively amazing news, Toronto libraries will follow the lead of their colleagues in Peterborough and loan out CO2 monitors. This lets average citizens measure and report spaces with poor ventilation. Well done! twitter.com/torontolibrary…
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Saddest shit ever. Mr Lake spent the last 7 years spinning in the depression of his loss. Marco Muzzo is free. His wife has lost everything. Her children to a drunk driver and husband to suicide. I’m at a loss for words. This is real sadness. twitter.com/caryn_lieberma…
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Edward Lake, the father of three children killed by drunk driver Marco Muzzo in 2015, has died by suicide, CityNews has learned. toronto.citynews.ca/2022/06/20/edw…
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That drunk driver was Marco Muzzo. Never forget his name, which his family is emblazoning on hospitals, including Sick Kids, where the Neville-Lake children's crushed bodies were taken. Don't forget their names either: Daniel, Harrison and Milly 💔 and their grandfather, Gary.twitter.com/caryn_lieberma…Y
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mRNA treatment repairs mouse hearts to "near normal" after heart attack flip.it/Z5kdp6
It's official! Today we are thrilled to announce the start of the next chapter of CMAJ Open, with founding Editor-in-Chief Dr. Diane Kelsall (@dlkelsall) passing the baton to Erin Russell (@ErinRussHendy) after nearly 10 years at the helm. Congratulations 🎉🎉Pqs
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Ottawa urged to move ahead with food warning labels despite call to exempt ground meat - The Globe and Mail tgam.ca/3n0Egoz
(2) The Globe and Mail on Twitter: "Liberal MP calls on Ottawa to grant refuge to 10,000 Uyghurs fleeing China theglobeandmail.com/politics/artic…" / Twitter twitter.com/globeandmail/s…
Some children with #autism hurt themselves to the point of severe injury. Canadian doctors test an experimental therapy. Patient #1 is a success | @CTVNews #ASD #brain ctvnews.ca/health/canadia…
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Glad I live in Canada. How American families are adapting to the pressure of medical debt : Shots - Health News : NPR npr.org/sections/healt…
"The campaign against too much medicine needs a system reset to move from rhetoric and scattered evidence to actionable evidence and measurable impact" writes @KamranAbbasi in this week's Editor's Choice: bmj.com/content/377/bm…
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New from me for @HealthyDebate: I analyzed 52 yrs of Canadian MD demographic data to explore medicine's pink collar. Read about how the history of female exclusion from medicine ties into its ongoing legacy of gender segregation. 🧵healthydebate.ca/2022/06/topic/…e
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As he leaves Ontario for Oxford after two years as the face of independent public health in this province, I wrote the story of Dr. Peter Juni. thestar.com/opinion/star-c…
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The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh: Tracing a Bullet to an Israeli Convoy - The New York Times nytimes.com/2022/06/20/wor…
"We don't know whether most medical treatments work, and we know even less about whether they cause harm" medicalxpress.com/news/2022-06-d… by @JeremyHowick cc @ChooseWiselyCA @TheSGEM "Only one in 20 medical treatments have high-quality evidence to support their benefits."
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.⁦@MelissaAFrancis⁩ claims that ⁦@FoxNews⁩ retaliated against her after she pointed out pay disparities at the network. washingtonpost.com/media/2022/06/…
Ontario falls short in hep B prevention and screening, new study says | CBC News bit.ly/3xBUp8U
The world faces widespread starvation. Here’s how Canada is seizing an opportunity — and may help avert a crisis | The Star by ⁦@hscoffieldthestar.com/politics/polit…
Who benefits when victims are silenced? Recounting traumatic experiences is essential to surviving & healing from them. Reconstructing the narrative of the event & naming our emotions are how survivors can process the experience. By ⁦@roslyntalusanthestar.com/opinion/contri…
“We Have to Get Out of This Phase”: Ashish Jha on the Future of the Pandemic | The New Yorker newyorker.com/news/the-new-y…
Not even 20 years ago, the Toronto Police Association sued the Toronto Star for $2.7 billion over a data project showing police engaged in racial profiling:
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Can't find a family doctor? Consider a nurse practitioner instead, advises Windsor man | CTV News windsor.ctvnews.ca/can-t-find-a-f…
Infighting Overshadows Big Plans at The Washington Post - The New York Times nytimes.com/2022/06/17/bus…
Canada seeing rise in COVID-19 subvariants. Could this lead to a summer surge? - National | Globalnews.ca globalnews.ca/news/8928883/c…
cjpl.ca/panarchy.html The collapse was predictable! cjpl.ca/jvafire.html We have to deal with rigidity trap at all levels: government (laws, bureaucracy), professional & systemic fragmentation, public expectations & fear @CSPLeaders @picardonhealth @AlikaMD @pat_health twitter.com/KatharineSmart…
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Exclusion of disabled also said to be widespread and staff who complained claimed they were bullied amid ‘cover-ups’ independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-n…
Weekend reads: Automated peer review; ‘journal editors resign in protest;’ attention to retracted papers retractionwatch.com/2022/06/18/wee…
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Covid hospital admissions rise in Europe as sub-variants fuel new wave | Financial Times on.ft.com/3QuvnRN
Toronto-area nurse says profession crumbling under weight of burnout | CBC News bit.ly/3xDZk9c
Dr. Camille Orridge - a huge inspiration to me & @upstreamlab On data: "'You don’t make any decision without evidence, & I realized we were not part of the evidence'...Data, though, was never the end goal... “My goal was to reduce disparities. Data is simply a tool to get there." twitter.com/UofT/status/15…
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Oshawa woman raises alarm over absence of air conditioning units at long-term care home in Lindsay, Ont. | CBC News cbc.ca/news/canada/to…
Listen to @fatimabsyed talk about how @thenarwhalca looks out for the mental health of its staff. (Could that be one of the secrets behind this new publication winning so many media awards?) She talks about this at about the 35-minute mark. twitter.com/RTDNA_Canada/s…
.@fatimabsyed says younger journalists are unapologetic about speaking up about their mental health needs & challenges. Says it was other BIPOC journalists who checked in on her after tough assignments, not managers. Shoutout to @njaved and @ShreeParadkar 🙏�twitter.com/rtdna_canada/s…UH
PSW worker in London, Ont., says he's only had a $2 pay raise in 4 years. Now he's speaking out | CBC News bit.ly/3tJW774
When health care goes wrong: It’s time for transparency in patient safety theconversation.com/when-health-ca…
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"Want to cry": Bill for uninsured hospital stay in Italy stuns Americans flip.it/ssN-AJ
Telus Health denies allegations that its fee-based services create two-tier medical system vancouversun.com/news/telus-exe… via @VancouverSun
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Ontario hospital ER wait times approached 2 hours in April cp24.com/news/ontario-h… via @CP24. TWO Hours? Got news for you. Bring a copy of War and Peace!
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"This has gone on for a long time. I just [ignored] it & took the high road…As a woman in a male-dominated field you don't want to rock the boat.” So this human rights complaint is to "shed light on the conscious & unconscious bias toward women” at work. cbc.ca/radio/thecurre…
Specialized clinics to treat long COVID are in demand and physicians say they can't keep up | CBC News bit.ly/3tEYMyM
@facebook⁩ is receiving sensitive medical information from hospital websites via ⁦@boltyboy⁩ and others statnews.com/2022/06/16/fac…
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.. patients who came to an ER in April and were admitted to hospital spent on average 20 hours in ER before getting a bed in a ward. In some hospitals, admitted patients face waiting, on average, more than two days in the ER before they get a bed. cbc.ca/news/canada/to…
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New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee flip.it/_Ql0YJ
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