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Athletic groups need to address all issues surrounding concussions: report
A coalition of health and sporting groups across the country is calling for Canada's athletic organizations to get more proactive about protecting participants from head injuries.
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VIDEO: The biggest impact on health outcomes
Dr. Ryan Meili, a Saskatoon family doctor and the director of Upstream talks about evidence-based policy-making, and improving health outcomes by addressing the social determinants of health and focusing on prevention.
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Featured Session: Record keeping for compliance
Speaker: Andrea Collins, RMT

Massage therapists are well prepared and skilled in their profession, but when it comes to regulatory compliance and their legal obligations, they often find themselves needing guidance. This session will provide an overview of record keeping requirements for RMTs.

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B.C. earmarks $3M to help health professionals treat addiction
British Columbians and their families who are struggling with addiction can expect more help with a $3-million government investment to expand and support a provincial addiction medicine education and research training program for clinicians, making it the largest in North America.
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Commentary: Doctors inadvertently turning patients into addicts
Across Canada, overdose deaths have risen and addiction rates and demand for treatment have skyrocketed. This happened because doctors began prescribing opioids more liberally for patients with chronic pain.
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