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An approach to interprofessional management of complex patients: a case report

Introduction: Complex patients are frequently high-users of health care resources. Case management has been demonstrated to be an effective and efficient approach for this demographic. Case Presentation: A 36-year old, medically complex male patient was referred to an interprofessional primary care team to optimize health status. Team involvement included a case manager, nurse practitioner, pharmacist,

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Lifetime prevalence of concussion among Canadian ice hockey players aged 10 to 25 years old, 2014 to 2017

Background: The primary objective of this study was to identify the self-reported lifetime prevalence of diagnosed concussions among Canadian ice hockey players aged 10 to 25 years old. Method: Medical records were identified for n=5223 athletes whom completed comprehensive baseline assessments with a Canada-wide network of private concussion management clinics. Variables extracted included: sex, age,

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CSEPM – Read the Report

Home Background About Read the Report Media Resources Contact French   Read the Report  ENGLISH   FRENCH The complexity of Canada’s opioid crisis requires collaborative efforts at all levels. The Coalition for Safe and Effective Pain Management is focused on the simplest, and yet most challenging part of prevention, which is to reduce the number of patients

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Clinical management of an adult with erythema infectiosum: a retrospective case report

Objective: To review the epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis and typical management of erythema infectiosum and to illustrate the clinical management of an adult with erythema infectiosum. Clinical features: A 38-year-old male complaining of severe global pain, swelling, weakness and stiffness in his shoulders, elbows, knees, and fingers of seven weeks duration. Intervention and outcome: The patient

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4 Tips to Quit Smoking in the New Year

You may have heard the expression “New Year, new me”. The start of a New Year is an opportune time to reflect on our health and determine what steps we could take today to improve it for years to come. Quitting smoking remains one of the top resolutions people commit to every year. Yet, for

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