The Manitoba Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) Recommended Practice Manual was written by local experts and provides detailed guidance and expert recommendations for every aspect of OAT care.
It is important for patients and physicians to understand what constitutes reasonable grounds for terminating the physician-patient relationship, and expectations following a patient dismissal; review the following on de-escalation and practice management
This is the first of a series of profiles on CPSM registrant's contributions to improving the quality of patient care in Manitoba
The nationally integrated source of data on physicians will allow for improved collaboration across jurisdictions
May 10 is Bear Witness Day, a day honour Jordan River Anderson and Jordan's Principle, which ensures that First Nations children have access to the care and services they need, when they need them
With changing masking requirements in the province on May 10, consider these three guidelines when evaluating masking policies in your practice
Collaborative care requires clear communication between referring physicians and emergency and urgent care departments
May 1 is National Physicians’ Day. The date was chosen to honour the birthday of the first woman to practice medicine in Canada and a founder of Canada’s women’s movement, Dr. Emily Stowe.
The growing demand for certain drugs has raised concerns about prescribing to patients not assessed in-person