Monthly Archives: January 2019

Doctor prescribes change of leadership at NSHA

Dr. Bob Martel has written an important piece about health care in Nova Scotia. The Herald posted it to their website, but I fear too many people may have missed the notice and link to Martel’s piece. Go here: https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/opinion/dr-bob-martel-four-reforms-that-could-reboot-health-care-delivery-277181/ Dr. … Continue reading

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Nothing new in senior care paper

  Tuesday an “expert panel” released a study into senior care in Nova Scotia. https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/local/long-term-care-homes-in-nova-scotia-need-more-staff-expert-panel-recommends-275910/ Is there anything here we didn’t know? Nope. This situation has been the reality for the decade since my family first faced it and it … Continue reading

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Would you work for the NSHA?

Would you work for the Nova Scotia Health Authority? Doctors Nova Scotia have issued a position paper on the value of family physicians. It is an unprecedented paper. The fact that the organization which represents family physicians felt the need … Continue reading

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