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'You could just go and buy yourself a scanner right now and open up a shop if you wanted. I've even heard of people running scanners from their garage. It's scary stuff."  said Greg Toffner, president and CEO of the Ontario Association of Medical Radiation Sciences on the use of 3D or 4D fetal ultrasound for keepsake videos and portraits. 

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Healthcare Policy Vol. 12, No. 1: Pre-Print
A Better Prescription: Advice for a National Strategy on Pharmaceutical Policy in Canada
Steven G. Morgan, Marc-André Gagnon, Barbara Mintzes and Joel Lexchin 
Canada needs a national strategy to fulfill its obligation to ensure universal access to necessary healthcare, including prescription drugs. Building on published research and international frameworks, the authors propose that pharmaceutical policies of federal, provincial, and territorial governments be coordinated around a core health-focused goal. 

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Just Released! HealthcarePapers Volume 15, Number 4

Funding Long-Term Care In Canada: Issues and Options by Owen Adams and Sharon Vanin

World Health Statistics 2016

  • 2015 pure alcohol consumption per capita for people 15 years and older in Canada is estimated to be 10.3 litres, compared to global average of 6.3 litres.
  • 2015 Canada had 7 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births, well below the America’s avg. of 52
  • 2015 Canada had 113.6 skilled health professionals for every 10,000 in population vs. the America’s average of 32.3
  • 2014 75% of infants in Canada received 3 dozes of hepatitis B vaccine, below the America’s average of 88%
  • 2012 Canada had a homicide rate of 1.8 per 100,000 population, below the America’s average of 19.4
  • World Health Statistics 2016 data visualizations dashboard
  • World Health Statistics 2016 Monitoring Health for the SDGs (PDF full report)

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Strategic Directions for Nursing & Midwifery 2016-2020

The Effects of Cannabis Use during Adolescence  A report from the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. 

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