Canada Health Infoway’s Data Impact Challenge was officially launched on May 12th
A sad farewell and big thank you to our Vice-Chair of Choosing Wisely Canada and the Director of Quality Initiatives at the CMA
Choosing Wisely Canada’s First Birthday: A Year in Review
Avoiding CT scans for mild head injury and avoiding psychostimulants for preschool children with ADHD top the list of new recommendations released by Choosing Wisely Canada (CWC) today.
On June 2 at 10:00am EDT, 49 new Choosing Wisely Canada recommendations will be released by 10 specialty societies.
A big thank you to Dr. Sam Campbell, Chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine, Charles V. Keating Emergency & Trauma, for bringing this article to our attention and DoctorsNS for providing us with a copy for the website. Some Patients Will Surprise You: Risks and Benefits Support Informed Decision-Making is a commentary piece from the […]
Choosing Wisely Canada is pleased to announce the release of its new Brand Book!
Choosing Wisely Canada is proud to announce its first ever digital book ‘Focus on Choosing Wisely Canada’ through the CMAJ. This book includes Choosing Wisely Canada articles such as Choosing Wisely Canada: conversations about low-value care, applicable practice examples, quizzes, links to the CMA accredited course Confronting Unnecessary Care, and more.
Under the leadership of Dr. Sam Shortt, Vice-Chair, Choosing Wisely Canada, an accredited online module entitled, Confronting Unnecessary Care: Choosing Wisely Canada, has been released.
Check out these videos put together by Capital Health Nova Scotia! Physicians share their thoughts on the concepts of Choosing Wisely Canada and best healthcare practices in ‘Having a Health Conversation: Hear what Physicians Have to Say’.