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November 25, 2019

Does frailty affect outcomes after traumatic spinal cord injury?


Fighting opioids with an unlikely supplemental painkiller: Anti-itch medicine


A new link between migraines, opioid overuse may be key to treating pain

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Your electronic health data: Understanding the different records, systems and how they connect

Many Canadians are not connected to their electronic health information. But this is not because there is a shortage of these records. You likely have multiple digital health files, some you may not be aware of, and many you may not have access to. There are increasing calls for Canada to create a single comprehensive national health record that would include data from all health-care appointments and interventions, no matter who provided it or where they were located. A single sign-in to a complete and detailed record is an ideal digital health future. But there are a lot of different ideas about how best to get there and many challenges that remain. As we debate how best to move forward, improving patient data access should be a priority. » Read more...

CMCC Practice Opportunity

Date: Feb 12, 2020
Location: Toronto
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2020 San Diego Pain Summit

Date: Feb 11-16, 2020
Location: San Diego, CA
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Brain Injury Canada Conference

Date: April 30-May 1, 2020
Location: Ottawa
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