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2017 Canadian Guideline for Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain

Source:

McMaster - Michael G. DeGroote National Pain Centre

Description:

Provides guidance on the use of opioids to manage chronic non-cancer pain for adults (18 years of age or older).

Category:
Opioids & Pain Management,

2017 Canadian Guideline for Safe and Effective Use of Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain - Practice Toolkit

Source:

McMaster - Michael G. DeGroote National Pain Centre

Description:

A Practice Toolkit based on the 2017 Canadian Guideline for Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain.

Category:
Opioids & Pain Management,

Alcohol Screening and Treatment Resources

Source:

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Description:

Evidence-informed guidance and tools for alcohol screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT), to help individuals manage their alcohol consumption.

Category:
Chronic Disease Management, Mental Health & Addictions,

Best Start Resources

Source:

Health Nexus

Description:

Supports for work in preconception health, perinatal and newborn health and early child development and education.

Category:
Infant & Child Health, Women's Health,

Canadian Respiratory Guidelines

Source:

Canadian Thoracic Society

Description:

A library of guidelines and other resources

Category:
Chronic Disease Management,

Cannabis and Cannabinoids: Cancer Risk and Use to Manage Cancer Symptoms - Evidence Summary

Source:

Cancer Care Ontario

Description:

To summarize evidence on the cancer risk of cannabis and cannabinoids, and using cannabis and cannabinoids to manage cancer symptoms.

Category:
Cannabis/Cannabinoids, Pain Management,

Diabetes Clinical Practice Guidelines - 2018

Source:

Diabetes Canada

Description:

Intended to guide practice, inform general patterns of care, enhance diabetes prevention efforts in Canada, and reduce the burden of diabetes complications

Category:
Chronic Disease Management, Prevention & Screening,

Do More Screening Tests Lead to Better Health? (patient video)

Source:

Dr. Michael Evans | Reframe Health Lab

Description:

In this video, Dr. Mike Evans considers whether more screening tests result in better health. Dr. Mike Evans examines the pros and cons of screening for breast cancer, vitamin D levels and osteoporosis as well the impacts of chest x-rays, ECGs and PAP tests.

Category:
Prevention & Screening,