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 […]

Fecal microbiota transplantation: The power of poop

October 28, 2018 0

Access Full Text ABSTRACT Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT), a procedure involving the transfer of stool from healthy donors to patients, has demonstrated success in re-establishing gut microbiota homeostasis and facilitating the recovery of metabolic and […]

Adverse childhood experiences: A public health challenge

August 1, 2018 0

Access Full Text INTRODUCTION The life-course approach to health and the critical period model of disease causation posit that adult health is shaped by experiences in early life, specifically during critical developmental periods.1 Adverse Childhood […]

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