A digital magazine exploring the overuse phenomenon and what people are doing about it.
Choosing Wisely Yukon is led by the Yukon Medical Association with the support of the Government of Yukon’s Department of Health & Social Services
CSIM has released five new recommendations related to internal medicine, making their list 11 things clinicians and patients should question.
The University of Manitoba Café Scientifique featured a thought-provoking topic called Choosing Wisely: Why More Medical Tests Are Not Always Better.
Q&A with Dr. Bushra Khan, a first year psychiatry resident at the University of Toronto and an active STARS Student leader.
Profile of the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine and their ongoing engagement with the campaign.
Profile of Amy Ma, Choosing Wisely Canada’s Patient and Public Advisor, and her journey in patient engagement.
An overview of research from the Netherlands on resident-led initiatives to reduce overuse and create awareness on resource stewardship.
Profile on Choosing Wisely Saskatchewan's efforts to reduce unnecessary tests and treatments through quality improvement and their new CQIP program.
In April 2018, the third cohort of medical students from coast to coast came together for a Leadership Summit in advance of the Choosing Wisely Canada National Meeting
Profile of the Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC) and their efforts to promote best practices in obstetrics and gynaecology to advance women’s health.
Dr. Jerome Leis led the project on appropriate reasons for urinary catheter use at Sunnybrook Health Sciences.