Monthly Archives: June 2016

Doctor-assisted death passes

The Senate has passed the bill for doctor-assisted death. It now awaits Royal Assent. Halifax Senator Jim Cowan questions if the bill meets constitutional requirements. Based on the Constitution and individual rights, why have politicians and governments a say in … Continue reading

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A quick scorecard for physician loss

The loss of doctors in Nova Scotia has less to do with retirements than crap working conditions. Over the life of this website I have been made aware of and written about, the following departures: 2009 – Three geriatric specialists … Continue reading

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The myth of Collaborative Care Clinics

The NDP introduced Collaborative Care Clinics (CCC), the Liberals embraced them and medical professionals question them. The idea may seem benign and logical, but not every doctor wants to practice this way. The myth is that CCCs are the answer. … Continue reading

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