Daily Media Digest July 5, 2018

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
“At the University of Saskatchewan, researchers have been working on a novel salmonella vaccine that holds promise for preventing this food-borne …”
TAGS: young innovators, vaccine research, salmonella, students


Sherwood Park News
“… hosted 48 clients in Sherwood Park, according to Alberta Health Services. … The opioid approach in Strathcona County has been far-reaching, …”
TAGS: opioid addiction, treatment


The Globe and Mail
“… David Juurlink, head of clinical pharmacology and toxicology at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, who was not involved with the study.”
TAGS: opioid, pain management, efficacy research


Canada NewsWire (press release)
“OTTAWA, July 3, 2018 /CNW/ – Innovative Medicines Canada congratulates the new Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, Christine Elliott, …”
TAGS: OHIP, Ontario Minister, Pamela Fralick


Manitoulin Expositor
““We know that many First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities face challenges with respect to access to care and health outcomes, in some respects …”
TAGS: Indigenous, cancer, Cancer Care Ontario


“A unique Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) project is helping internationally-trained nurses get registered in Ontario and start working at local hospitals …”
TAGS: newcomers, nursing, Internationally Educated Nurse Integration Project


“A University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researcher is convinced more needs to be done to support Indigenous cancer patients in the province. Dr. Gary …”
TAGS: Indigenous, cancer patients, barriers to healthcare


Toronto Sun
““This solution is a made-in-Canada one,” said Roberta J. Fox-Lawson, the founding and interim CEO & CTO of Crisis Services Canada — a division of …”
TAGS: suicide prevention, mental health, Canadian Suicide Prevention Service