Nurses Prescribing: A critical review

March 8, 2019 0

INTRODUCTION According to the World Health Organization (WHO), maximizing the roles of existing healthcare workers is critical for the modernization of healthcare.1 This means the historical constraints and traditions within healthcare must be re-evaluated. One […]

WHAT IS NURSING & WHAT IS A NURSE?

March 8, 2019 0

Welcome to a new section of The Meducator, published in collaboration with the School of Nursing. This is a new feature in The Meducator, but nursing certainly isn’t a novel addition to the health sciences. […]

From patient to person-centred care

March 8, 2019 0

As a successful healthcare leader, innovator, and catalyst for change, Dr. Michael Apkon, MD, PhD, MBA, has led three of the largest academic medical institutions in North America. This fall, Dr. Apkon —the President and […]

The Aging Population and the Healthcare Industry

January 4, 2019 0

Chief among issues in modern society is the aging population – one that presents a fundamental effect on societal sustainability. This video examines topics such as the unique care required for the changing population, and […]

Research Spotlight – Avijit Mallick

January 4, 2019 0

Avijit Mallick is a PhD student in Dr. Bhagwarti Gupta’s Lab at McMaster University. He has recently published a study on PRY-1/AXIN signalling in the regulation of lipid metabolism, and its implications on a concurrent […]

Hurricanes and Health

January 4, 2019 0

This video examines how the impact of hurricanes extend beyond structural damage to properties, towns, and cities –and into short and long-term health fallout. An exploration of the research evidence reveals what kinds of fallouts […]

Eye Diseases and The Shortage Crisis

January 4, 2019 0

This video highlights a unique issue that is slowly becoming a worldwide issue: the issue of the increasing prevalence of eye diseases and the anticipated shortages in those who are able to treat them. The […]

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