A digital magazine exploring the overuse phenomenon and what people are doing about it.
An article by the ABIM Foundation about one physician's effort to reduce unnecessary stress tests for low-risk patients.
Q&A with Dr. Roland Grad, McGill University, about how POEMs (Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters) could inform Choosing Wisely Canada.
Q&A with Dr. John Crosby on reducing the use of antipsychotics to treat behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia.
An op-ed by Choosing Wisely Canada Chair, Dr. Wendy Levison on why more is not always better in health care.
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.
Q&A with Dr. Anthony Train, a family physician on reducing unnecessary blood tests in his practice.
Profile of Dr. Jessica Otte, a BC based family physician, featured in Canadian Family Physician March issue.
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.
STARS program was one of the six proposals to receive funding from ABIM Foundation's Putting Stewardship into Medical Education and Training grant program.