National medical organizations come together to examine how virtual care can improve access and quality
The CMA, the Royal College and the CFPC are launching a task force to examine virtual care technology and how it can improve access and quality of care for patients from coast-to-coast-to-coast.
Imagine facing your demons head-on. For some patients, that’s quite literally what a new form of virtual reality therapy is empowering them to do.
It made headlines across the country: the first face transplant in Canada. It took five years to plan, 30 hours to complete and the participation of more than 100 people.
Each year, we host the Royal College-National Specialty Societies (NSS) Specialty Medicine Summit. This year it was held on March 21, 2018. A summary of our discussion is shared below.