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People with physical disabilities hold limited positions as scholars, teachers, or leaders in physical education, recreation, and sports. Perhaps the reason is that
Remote Area Medical, better known as RAM, has begun recruiting medical professionals and support staff willing to volunteer for a two day event in Milton this December where free health care will be provided to the community.
“We don’t turn
PEI’s chief medical officer says a shortage of doctors on the Island is being felt by staff throughout the health-care system — just as another doctor quits her practice.
“We’re asking less physicians to do the same amount of work
A former insider alleges a staffing agency charges clients three to four times what its nurses and PSWs take home
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A study commissioned by the Canadian Medical Association estimates the cost and demand for elder care will nearly double by 2031.
There’s no avoiding that an aging population will continue to contribute to spending growth. Or is there if we
Improving the healthcare system for those who need it and those who work in it is a priority for both Nova Scotia and Denmark.
Premier Tim Houston joined Denmark’s Minister for the Interior and Health Sophie Løhde in Copenhagen to
An emergency department in Minden, Ont., is slated to close in one week but residents say they will keep up the pressure on the province to make sure the closure is not permanent.
“We are not statistics,” Richard Bradley, a
The Quebec government announced Wednesday that it’s upping its offers for education and healthcare workers in the hopes of reaching collective agreements with unions.
According to Treasury Board president Sonia LeBel, the government is offering a $12,000 lump sum to