A digital magazine exploring the overuse phenomenon and what people are doing about it.
On January 31, 2019 Choosing Wisely Canada launched a new campaign: Diving into Overuse in Hospitals.
The Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists announces the release of six new recommendations of tests, treatments or procedures to question in Hospital Pharmacy.
The Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists has released 5 new recommendations in medical radiation technology.
An overview of the Using Antibiotics Wisely launch and highlights of the activities that took place for Antibiotic Awareness Week from coast-to-coast.
Submit an abstract for the 2019 National Meeting co-hosted with the Quebec Medical Association! Abstracts will be accepted until January 31, 2019.
An overview of the Pause the Draws initiative by St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto that has led to a 27% reduction in blood collection on some units.
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.
Choosing Wisely Yukon is led by the Yukon Medical Association with the support of the Government of Yukon’s Department of Health & Social Services
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
The Canadian Nurses Association and Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association released 6 new recommendations in nursing gerontology.