'The absence of a staffing standard has already compromised quality care in the drive to maximize profits.'
Ratification ballots are being distributed across British Columbia this week and must be returned by April 3.
Message to Premier Dalton McGuinty: Please fund our hospitals adequately to resolve their deficits and stop the cuts.
Canadian Blood Services plan to let unregulated employees perform health screening and assessments of blood donors is 'misguided' and should be abandoned.
Eight health care groups are participating, including the Health Sciences Association of B.C.
US Researchers have discovered human antibodies that are able to neutralize not only H5N1 bird flu but other strains of influenza. There is hope now to develop them into lifesaving treatments.
Newfoundland and Labrador is not living up to commitments made, says NAPE president Carol Furlong
Reducing the need for higher intensity and for more costly services
In less than a year four RNs were injured through violent attacks by a patient. The call comes following the last incident at CAMH in which a registered nurse was grabbed and dragged into a washroom by a patient who sexually assaulted her.
Outrageous private profits and secrecy condemned by Ontario Health Coalition
Ipsos Reid poll commissioned by Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace
Why is John Tory so eager to push Ontario into more U.S.-style health care delivery?
(Aug 15, 2007) -- 'The CMA is undermining the most fundamental premises of our national Medicare system – health care is not a commodity that should be bought or sold. It is a common good and needs to be treated and respected in this manner.'
Report by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) says long wait times for physiotherapy treatment or occupational therapy are affecting vulnerable patients.
National Pharmaceutical Strategy report released by provincial health ministers