A digital magazine exploring the unnecessary care phenomenon and what people are doing about it.
Report finds that up to 30% of select medical tests, treatments and procedures in Canada are potentially unnecessary.
Canadian Association for the Study of Liver Disease (CASL) releases five thing physicians and patients should question in Hepatology.
Resident Doctors of Canada releases five things residents and patients should question.
The Canadian Thoracic Society (CTS) releases six things physicians and patients should question in respiratory medicine.
Op-ed on unnecessary tests and procedures in labour, delivery and women’s gynecological care that offer no value to patients, and may potentially cause harm.
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC) identifies 10 things to question in obstetrics and gynaecology.
A report with examples of successful programs implemented by clinical leaders to address unnecessary care in hospitals, primary and long-term care settings.
An overview of the 2017 Choosing Wisely Canada National Meeting held in Calgary, Alberta.
A new report from the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer shows Canadian cancer patients undergo an estimated 770,000 interventions each year that may be of low value or expose them to unnecessary harm.
Choosing Wisely Canada launched STARS (Students and Trainees Advocating for Resource Stewardship) to foster awareness amongst medical students in Canada about Choosing Wisely.
As part of our effort to encourage this dialogue between physicians and patients, Choosing Wisely Canada has launched the More is Not Always Better campaign.