Daily Media Digest August 1, 2018

This Magazine
“CMHA national director of research and public policy Fardous Hosseiny says Canada’s mental health systems focus …. On Indigenous mental health.”
TAGS: mental health, tracking investment, Canada


“Alberta Health Services says it is working to resolve staffing challenges in the emergency department at Red Deer Regional Hospital. AHS says in a … “
TAGS: nursing positions, Red Deer, Albert Health Services


Psychiatry Advisor
“Neil A. Rector, PhD, C.Psych, of the Frederick W. Thompson Anxiety Disorders Centre, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, and the Department of …”
TAGS: OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder , Cognitive behavioral therapy, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre


Dal News
“Junior University helps prepare Indigenous teens for careers in health … The Junior University is part of Dalhousie Medical School’s response to the …”
TAGS: Indigenous teens, health careers, Dalhousie University


Clinical Advisor
“… from the Division of Medical Oncology and Hematology at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada …”
TAGS: niraparib, women’s health, ovarian cancer, University Health Network


“The study, published recently in the Journal of the International AIDS … holds a Canadian Institutes of Health Research applied public health chair. “
TAGS: global study, HIV/AIDS, men seek treatment later


The Globe and Mail
“Read said Pfizer had discussed the administration’s plan for rebates “in broad terms” with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar. The CEO …”
TAGS: Pfizer, increasing research, rebates


CTV News
“Though Canadians love to brag about our “free” health care, we also know it’s not really free; we pay for it in taxes. Now, a new analysis has put a …  “
TAGS: average family paying 12K, public health care, Study


Brighter World –
“McMaster University Just two weeks without much activity can have a dramatic impact on health from which it is difficult to recover, according to researchers who studied …”
TAGS: putting your feet up, triggers, diabetic symptoms, McMaster University