A digital magazine exploring the unnecessary care phenomenon and what people are doing about it.
Now accepting abstracts for our 3rd Annual National Meeting, Choosing Wisely Canada: Leading and Implementing Change, taking place Monday April 23rd, 2018, at the Globe & Mail Centre, Toronto.
Canadian Nursing Association and Infection Prevention and Control Canada have released a list of 7 things nurses and patients should question.
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.
Cypress Health video with Family Physician Dr. Jagga on why more is not always better when it comes to medical tests and treatments.
On October 5 2017, the New Brunswick Medical Society officially launched Choosing Wisely New Brunswick.
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.
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.
Canadian Association for the Study of Liver Disease (CASL) releases five thing physicians and patients should question in Hepatology.
Article by Choosing Wisely on how Rush University has reduced rates of blood transfusion orders and putting more evidence-based Choosing Wisely recommendations into practice.
Resident Doctors of Canada releases five things residents and patients should question.