McMaster study on collaborative health care gets federal funding The federal government is allocating $6.5 million to fund a project led by McMaster University to study the use of team-based care as a way to achieve better health outcomes for patients and make the system more cost effective.
Study suggests participatory ergonomics can mean huge savings for companies In observance of International Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Awareness Day, Toronto-based research firm Institute for Work and Health (IWH) is urging organizations to add participatory ergonomics to their roster of musculoskeletal disorder prevention efforts.
Running a Chiropractic practice just became much easier! Renowned consultant Dr. Drew Stevens, explains how Chiropractors can be successful from day-one by managing their practice and their brand effectively.
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New study reveals income-based disparities in cancer control A new report, System Performance Special Focus Report: Examining Disparities in Cancer Control, released this month uncovers potentially important disparities in the cancer care received by Canadians based on how much they earn, where they live, and if they are recent immigrants or Canadian-born.
Mind of steel: One chiropractor’s quest for survival Every once in a while, we meet exceptional individuals – people who stay positive even when they face apparently insurmountable challenges. Dr. Paul Poirier is one of those people. He has brain cancer, but he’s not letting this disease get in the way of his dreams.