Daily Media Digest November 26, 2018

The Fulcrum
““But, (in) zero to five, our pediatric cohort; this isn’t actually the case. … However, the findings on pediatric recovery times are significant, and represent …”
TAGS: concussion, study, recovery


The Sudbury Star
“The work of two Laurentian University researchers that looks at the health of First Nations people has been published by the Canadian Medical …”
TAGS: Indigenous, Health, research


Hill Times
“Toronto’s University Health Network has a smartphone-based tele-monitoring program called Medly that uses an app for patients to send their data …”
TAGS: health care, technology, telecommunications, digital


The London Free Press
“Lawson Health Research Institute is celebrating a $75,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to support transitional-aged youth who are …”
TAGS: provincial funding, mental health, addiction, innovation


“”Hard-to-treat depression is a huge public health problem” says Dr. Jeff Daskalakis of Toronto, at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s Temerty …”
TAGS: depression, treatment, magnetic seizure therapy


The Globe and Mail
“asks Juveria Zaheer, a clinician scientist who studies suicide at Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, referring to the Tom Cruise movie in …”
TAGS: suicide, mental health, prevention, artificial intelligence


“In an email to White Coat, Black Art, Alberta Health Services said it offers early supported discharge for up to 12 patients at a time for eight weeks at …”
TAGS: stroke, treatment, rehabilitation, rural Canada, health care


“Story continues below. Marilyn Gladu, the Conservative health critic, also said not tackling the deficit threatens investments in things like health care.”
TAGS: politics, federal budget, Bill Morneau


“Watch Painkiller: Inside the Opioid Crisis, a thoughtful look at a health … a drug called fentanyl,” Vancouver Coastal Health’s Dr. Patricia Daly says.”
TAGS: opioid crisis, documentary