The IWK Health Centre’s phone line for whistleblowers went live this month. The 24-hour-a-day confidential tip line is part of the hospital’s new disclosure of wrongdoing policy, which the board of di
Melissa Mertens is back to work 11 hours after getting off the plane from an expedition to the Himalayas where she trekked to the Everest Base Camp.
The "Sweet Caroline Foundation" honours teenager Caroline Lorette.
The British Medical Association thinks general practitioners should put a limit on the number of patients they see in a day. @NightshiftMD wonders if that would fly in Canada.
Janet Hazelton, President of N.S. Nurses Union joins CTV News to discuss violence in the workplace and celebrating National Nurses Week.
Days after charges were laid in connection with an attack on a pregnant nurse, the Nova Scotia Nurses’ Union is using television ads to sound the alarm over violence in the workplace.
A Saskatchewan law professor says he’s disappointed with a recent court ruling that some say takes away a nurse’s right to criticize the health care system.
In a new study of triplets, left-handed babies weighed less on average than the right-handed ones.
The Medical Officer Training Program Surge 2018 is meant to solve two problems: help Canada's Armed Forces recruit about 60 doctors and give unmatched medical students a chance to get into family medi
The World Health Organization is taking on the battle of the bulge, saying that saturated fats shouldn't make up more than 10 per cent of people's diet.