Daily Media Digest March 11, 2022

Pandemic causes challenges for women working in healthcare – Hamilton Health Sciences
Hamilton Health Sciences
“The health-care industry has been hit particularly hard with a strain on resources and staffing shortages. The pandemic launched Hamilton Health …”
TAGS: pandemic, healthcare, burnout, Hamilton Health Sciences

Predicting coma outcomes with a high level of accuracy – The McGill Tribune
The McGill Tribune
“… Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre, is developing a test that can predict whether a patient is likely to recover within …”
TAGS: coma, treatment options, outcomes, RI-MUHC

Chronic Pain and Mental Health – Events – Quality Initiatives – Carleton University
Carleton University
“This session will be presented by Associate Professor Michael Hildebrand, from the Department of Neuroscience. Chronic pain represents a highly …”
TAGS: chronic pain, mental health, Carleton University

Federal funding invested in research that will build cancer prevention tools rooted in Métis …
USask News – University of Saskatchewan
“A University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher has been awarded more than $125000 from three major funding bodies to support a project that seeks …”
TAGS: community health, northern and rural health, cancer, prevention, University of Saskatchewan

Nova Scotia to test acute outpatient facility for mental health care in Halifax – Toronto Star
Toronto Star
“Dr. Sanjana Sridharan, head of acute consultation and emergency psychiatry at Nova Scotia’s health authority, said the new clinic’s patients will …”
TAGS: mental health, outpatient facility, Nova Scotia Health

University of Regina wastewater study shows COVID-19 levels remain volatile | CBC News
“The latest COVID-19 study from the University of Regina says viral levels in the city’s wastewater have risen again.”
TAGS: COVID-19, pandemic, wastewater, public health, University of Regina