A digital magazine exploring the unnecessary care phenomenon and what people are doing about it.
On October 5 2017, the New Brunswick Medical Society officially launched Choosing Wisely New Brunswick.
In Canada 30-50% of antibiotic prescriptions are estimated to be unnecessary. Find out how PHO & Choosing Wisely Canada are playing a part in reducing inappropriate antibiotic use in Ontario.
A toolkit on reducing repetitive, “routine” blood tests in hospitals. St Michael's Hospital in Toronto achieved a 22.3% decrease in routine blood testing across three hospital wards.
See how the Elliotts use our Choosing Wisely posters as a way of having a conversation on why More is Not Always Better.
Cypress Health video with Family Physician Dr. Jagga on why more is not always better when it comes to medical tests and treatments.
Keeping the lists up to date with the latest evidence is an important priority for Choosing Wisely Canada. Learn more about our process to ensure recommendations are relevant and up to date.
On September 11 and 12, delegates from 21 countries assembled in Amsterdam to exchange ideas and plot the future directions for the movement.
An overview of the Choosing Wisely NL regional campaign and how they are reducing unnecessary testing across the province.
Nurse Practitioner Association of Canada (NPAC) released their list of nine things Nurse Practitioners should question.
A toolkit on reducing free thyroid hormone testing. At Women's College Hospital, free thyroid hormone testing was reduced by 54% using the approach in this toolkit.
A toolkit for de-prescribing of benzodiazepines and other sedative hypnotics in primary care. It's based on the shared decision-making approach of the EMPOWER cluster randomized trial where 27% of patients discontinued BSH.