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"canadian medical association" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
"American prophet dot org. Ufo's what's all the fuss about. Please go check out that article. And it was written by. Michael bruce yanni so check that out Seals trump and bowls speaker. See you check out canadian program. Detriment determines this the other one so canadian program determines when seniors have six months to live whether experts warn system will compel euthanasia so That's in harbingers daily. So check that out. The canadian medical association journal published a study. That claimed that a new computer. Listen folks that a new computer risk calculator can determine what an elderly person has six months left live however many are concerned that will be used to pressure. The elderly towards euthanasia otherwise known as imia ide- medically assisted dying. Please please check out that article. Who tell you about talked out. But that's an harbingers daily dot com. Please go check that article out of so much. The bowling point. Which is todd. Hamson says enter twenty twenty minutes twenty twenty included to cover this cover nineteen manmade. Excuse me i mean. Gain of function virus was released as was lawlessness. Violence deception deep political corruption and other moral evils on a broader scale than we could ever then. We would ever seen or been made aware of so man end at this time. These signs are happening globally. So check that out. That's todd hamson. And now what will this. New wave of lockdowns do global economy. Well folks. I can tell you what it's going to wipe out the global economy the in there though in the digital currency and then of course they're gonna start implementing the the market the beast which is three and a half years into the tribulation. So we're no. We're you know we're not in that of your christian. You're not gonna you're not gonna have to make that decision between the mark of the beast you're not The bible tells us we will be raptured before that happens mark. The beast is not happening until three and a half years into the tribulation and So you're not gonna be here for that. We probably won't even know who the anti crosses because it says that man of lawlessness will not be revealed until The one who restrains is removed is taken out and so we're in the church age now. We are removed then. That man of lawlessness will be revealed if you thank you know who the antichrist is yet. Don't of course we have a pretty good idea. I'm sure you know we can make some assumptions But you all know what they were assumption means and i don't have to say that this is a family christian program <hes> but anyway <hes> guys that's spills and those are the top headlines that i saw today I'm still getting moved. Thanks to my friends. We find got everything. Move today. So i'll be for probably week or so but anyway a very thankful for money apartment over thankful to be where i am a very thankful to the lord for what he has done and Every day i wake up this thinking this could be the day that the lord calls of home So if we don't go on the rapture you know you never know what can happen. When the lord calls a you home individually or me home individually so we always must be ready. Be sure That jesus christ as your savior not just a little prayer that you said when you were seven years old You know it's a. It's a decision that she have to make any have to live for him. He is the lord of your life and so the decision is very important. <hes> in the bible says when you become a christian yet your fruits will will prove it. So you're not saved by your works but your work but she will have works. If you are a christian you worked will show that evidence of your salvation in christ in the decision that you made so anyway with that folks guys that is my spiel Get in the word of god and let the word of god get into you and as always mair. Naphtha lord jesus miron naphtha. Oh goodness come. Lord jesus comes so guys people less heavy wonderful evening and god bless you.
"canadian medical association" Discussed on The Current
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"canadian medical association" Discussed on The Current
"Quan who is a young woman in quebec who recorded and posted on facebook the last moments of her life in a hospital where she was in great distress and screaming in pain and you heard healthcare providers in the Making degrading comments calling her stupid. And what have you obviously. It's not What happened with your mother is not as extreme as that but did sound familiar to you. When you learned that the story of choice astrakan. I think one of the things for canadian. Just understand about racial ization within the healthcare system is the first time you see it. It's never the first time the fact that joyce went out of her way to start that facebook live as a way to documented. Validate her lived experience. I mean she must have gone through that many many times. And i think that's what you heard when you talk to her family and her friends who knew her and went through some similar experiences in the area that they receive care When you look at the continuum of discomfort and pain for people who experience this disempowerment. And i think it. It speaks more broadly to use the experience with healthcare system The question isn't really whether or not it was worth i think. I think it's whether or not it's crossed the threshold of whether or not it should be a part of healthcare system. You know patients should be able to come to see physicians and other providers and just go through their experience in the healthcare system in a way where they feel empowered and trusted and can have faith in their providers to make decisions that really co create this pathway through you know disease complexity and i think that we struggle sometimes when it comes to certain patient demographics and that's a cultural thing but also thanks to its stemming problem where we haven't made the proper investments in resources and because of that we increase in magnify these experiences. And if you don't have that trust again in conversations that i've had with joyce family..
"canadian medical association" Discussed on Around the Rheum
"Also compensation. Know, what I? I have to say most patients that I've seen like this, their demands have been stopped already because a lot of them were tired on chemotherapy I and they progressed chemotherapy and then they're being is therapy so. I have to admit six months ago. I was actually starting them on d-mark preventatively because there was a study that showed. March didn't affect tumor outcomes. My Pot flares can because they can be to discontinuation Hulu by. Scott. Therapy. And then this is what we were talking about how we're constantly changing our practice three months ago or so city came out that said initiating demands at the time of. ICI. Therapy M maybe associated with working responsible. Now we undo that anywhere and again kind of the idea that like the artist blunting the immune response from the ICS. Right. But the same study also showed that if you started d. mark the D- marks, they documented in this study where methotrexate iron. If you started at after initiation of ICI therapy than it did lunch response. So now I sort of I'll let them flair and entry, and then they'll have better tumor response but this is based on one study and the challenges is if a flare so it's all about risk. So if somebody has a history of myositis and their myositis is well controlled and now they have metastatic melanoma. And there say they're on as alive or one hundred milligrams a day while cajoled myositis that patient I probably would not stop there as vibrant of withheld, we continue it. Because to have a fifty percent chance that they're myositis will larry what I start limited their off any gr start the Mata Martin's prophylaxis. No there's no data to do that. In fact, the date suggested Carey said the very limited data suggests notched to do that. But because the risk of flares fifty percent of their underlying autoimmune disease, I would probably not stopping on the same token. If you have a rheumatoid arthritis patient I, think it's less bad player. You know the the problem with myositis flares in these patients is that they can be associated with other. The highest mortality is recorded, which happens with myositis and we don't know if it's the pre-existing disease page the same noble that's the problem but. myositis would not watch clear laboratory titus. I'd be fine to have a flare treat. So we still have to continue allies the riskiness of their underlying rheumatic disease even though of course, like the cancer is. Perhaps, the most important consideration that's perhaps the most fatal thing. The romantic diseases also important we have to adjust therapies he's cases. Fatal there or high risk their diseases, and it also depends on the flurry. Civic rheumatic disease and I was kind of surprised when I was reviewing most improves this neon paper they had like I can't remember seven lupus patients or something only one of the lupus patients flared and it wasn't very mild. Compared to other ones where it's more like fifty percents survey and I probably has to do with underlying mechanism Lupus, which I think is more B. Cell versus cheese out. Activation with. I think we're GONNA learn so much more about this, and it's going to be much more. Disease Drugs Tumor specific. So, maybe, Kaneria will teach us a little bit about those things. So what is Kenro actually working on right now with the pipeline so can. We literally just got our central ethics approval like a month ago. So we're just starting baby network I. Think One of our strengths is that were national network. We have sites all across Canada. I'm very keen people who are interested in collecting this but another big strength is that we've already collaborated with other countries who are doing similar things. So even when we were developing our methodology, what we were collecting, how we're collecting it when we were collecting it, we allied with the a group in France and a group in Australia. So we're collecting similar data prospectively were linking that to bio data. So we're collecting serum DNA. And you know there's talk about collecting sandoval biopsy samples and things like that. Eventually, that's our goal in the coming future. Hopefully, skin biopsies another and we're also trying to start a separate sound protocol so that we can get ultrasound information on these same patients, and then we want to collect that data systematically prospectively and because I think that as Jerry mentioned, it really depends all of this depends on the type of cancer, the type of treatment, the type of the. You know the pheno Tikal there were other autoimmune adverse event an also how they're treated so. Patient get the diverse ticks, patients and expressions of adverse events. The more we're going to be able to answer some questions. So the other, the other Focus Cambio concurrent to the research art is the Education Art Kerry speak more about that. So Janet Robertson I another member of Carrio were putting together. See are right now to try and get some funding to put together a website that will allow us to house a lot of resources and information coming out a cameo, and we also want to build some learning modules that are interactive case taste. For rheumatologists oncologists CONCL- assistance anyone who is looking after patients who have these matic adverse events. I think a huge part of doing research obviously disseminating answer. So we're hoping this is one of the offerings that we can use. Shaheen. If clinicians have patients like this, where should they go for help? So at camera, we are trying to be ugly focused, and one of the strengths of Oh is that we pretty much have a cameo investigator at most of the academic sites across Canada. If you have a patient and you don't know what to do, a Sierra website will have a map of Kenro. So you can find your carrio champion in your area. WHO's interested in patients with dramatic IRA's, and you can either call them for some bone advice or you can refer patients to them. If you don't have a can real investigator, I'm happy to take calls and give you phone advice as our other carryover member service close to you. The other thing that we have are some podcasts that were not case rounds. This is a podcast gas. Out here on a bike them. No matter. What podcast. SATYRICON. Rounds Yeah, we'd like to. Start these case round so that there is a place you can go to. If you have a case, they'll be few can real members attending each one? So. We can discuss it offer aren't by we'd love to learn from you guys while so I think that'll be really nice resource for all of us to share information on from each other. So see h you should be coming at unsure will send out announcements. Rosario. That's such a great idea. Thank you guys so much for coming on the PODCAST is really great talking to you. Thank you. Very. Fun. Those Dr Kerry Assistant, clinical professor of Medicine at the University of Alberta, a Dr Shaheen Jamal Assistant, professor of medicine at the University of British Columbia. The Canadian Research Group of Rheumatology in Immuno Oncology is a new national research network focusing on immune checkpoint inhibitors and their rheumatic immune related adverse events. As these agents become more mainstream rheumatologists are going to start seeing these patients. Regularly, we're going to need research groups like can re educate us on how to manage these complicated patients. That's it. For this episode of around the rim. The Canadian Rheumatology Association podcast, we are produced by David mcguffin, Dr Docs Ramsey Heaven Beijing off an Errand Fonterra. We would like to give special thanks to the Communications Committee and the staff of the Sierra for their hard work. We're supported by funding from Scotiabank, the Canadian Medical Association and financial. If you enjoyed your time with us. Please give us a rating and subscribe. So you don't miss future episodes. Can also share this podcast with your colleagues and spread the word on social media. Daniel Ns.
Report links social media use to mental distress in teens
"A disturbing new study out this morning shows the potentially harmful impact that social media use has on the nation's teenagers the results of the Canadian medical association journal find social media use is links to mental distress self harm and suicide more than two hours of social media use the day is associated with higher rates of depression and suicidal thoughts in girls in one study girls reported feeling negative after ten minutes of browsing Facebook according to the review kids who spend less time socializing in person are more vulnerable and easy access to information about how to commit suicide online increases risk researchers say parents should talk to their kids about the risks of social
Giving up alcohol may significantly boost mental health
"Giving up alcohol may be good for your brain a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who don't drink at all can have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately the co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non drinkers Amy came KFI
"canadian medical association" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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Canadian Medical Association Journal And University Of Hong Kong discussed on John and Ken
"And giving up alcohol may be good for your brain if you were a woman a new study reports women who quit drinking have better mental health researchers at the university of Hong Kong found women who do drink it all could have a higher level of mental well being than women who drink moderately a co author of the study in the Canadian medical association journal says the evidence suggest caution in recommending moderate drinking is part of a healthy diet there are several conflicting studies about drinking including one that says moderate drinking can increase your chances of having a cardiovascular event another says older adults who occasionally drink may live longer than non
"canadian medical association" Discussed on The Big Story
"Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Dr Yergin ram is the aforementioned senior scientist at the center for addiction and mental health in Toronto. He also works at the university of Toronto rates for several journals. We're talking to him today because of a paper published in the Canadian medical association journal that suggests that yes, Canada is victim to these same factors causing life expectancy in the states to drop. Why is life expectancy such an important number to look at in a country? Eight summarizes the overall trends in mortality, and it is one of the best measures to see how a country and the country's house is developing on balance it is also related to nonfatal events. So if you look into other measures, which are way more complicated like dailies or call is they're usually not readily available on a yearly basis for scrutiny. Life expectancy still is the number one indicator which summarizes the health of a nation. Even though it does not explicitly include fatalities nonfatal events. So. What is life expectancy currently in Canada? And what are the trend lines around it? Life expectancy in Canada's currently around eighty two years that is different by sex. If we look into the higher life expectancy, which in all countries of this world has been with women women currently have alive expect him to close to eighty four years, and that been increasing from a and a half years to eighty four years in the last twenty five years since nineteen ninety for man, they have been increasing at a steeper rate from seventy four to about eighty as a life expectancy. Also in those twenty five years, the increase has had been such that in the first twenty years from nineteen ninety two thousand ten the increases were much steeper both for women. And for man, then in the last five six years. Meaning that we're cruising and we're narrowing to fresh hold in life expectancy. However, they can and should be increasing in the near future. Why because we know that those country who provide the best environment in the overall policies have had much higher life expectancy, then we experience in Canada day. So tell me quickly what is happening in America. What are the roots of a country like that seeing life expectancy fall, we see to America's one is the poor America? More rural more dominated by smaller. Towns higher unemployment overall a net decrease of income and one the urban tops educated people. With an increase in live expectancy, even over the last five years when the overall country was declining increases in income, quite substantial increases in income and a very positive outlook into the future, and those two America's have been developing in different directions. Not only income not only we hope or despair, but also with life expectancy, and if different causes of death. So explain to me what kind of contribution a lack of hope or income inequality actually makes life expectancy. How does that impact? There are free so-called deaths of despair. And this term has been coined by Angus Deaton who won the Nobel prize in economics some years ago. And it means that those deaths are. Are all directly or indirectly related to sentiments of despair. The first is suicide I think we don't have to explain a lot here. The two major diseases which are linked to sucide, depression and alcohol uses orders. Those two have been shown to be costly impacting on suicide, and I think everybody would know or what assume that depths of despair is a correct term the next category, which was impacted by those would be liver cirrhosis liver cirrhosis has been rising quite dramatically and that is in a country like the US but also in Canada, by the way, sixty seventy almost eighty percent related to alcohol use and alcohol. Used as orders the final category overdose deaths, and why there can be a lot of different overdoses the most important in the US would be opioid overdoses both from prescription opioids and from illicit opioids, and they made up several ten thousands in the last years, and they have been steadily increasing for at least ten years..
"canadian medical association" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"And they cussed cannabis before the market before it was manufacturing, edible goods and stuff. And they found a lot of these growers who had all these years planning. They've been growing cannabis organically hadn't been using very risky. Hip pesticides control fungus to control insect infestations, which happens when you grow culture of any sort giant Buffa right along the species. And so they use a lot of these industrial strength. Now, unlike vegetables fruits, which some of these chemicals are we do not wash Canada for smoking. They spoke directly so people have been ingesting this stuff directly into their. And I don't think people want decides in there. And so that gives people incentive to go to state pot shops in Canada rather than rely the black Mark even though they try to undersell state stores in the short. This been study about how many people consume are one of those been tainted with all these chemicals and pesticides in this country. It's been going on for decades wanna think about it. When you have outdoor indoor grows are underground. You know, it's just too easy for these hours to reach for the industrial strikes chemicals rather than organic needs needs slower, sometimes more labor intensive but you can grow the stuff without using these chemicals. So going one of the things I was reading this morning about the legalization in Canada is the Canadian medical association. Others really seem to oppose this saying hasn't gone far enough to protect citizens in Canada from the. Consequence was Asian. Debate on what that means. I heard that debate. I didn't hear an why they legalize it earlier. I've heard about that. What do we know about that? You know, south rogue never had a problem dating cannabis Canada must get don't even before ending prohibition. So they have been using it. Smokes..
"canadian medical association" Discussed on World News This Week
"In spite of DNA test showing she does here again ABC's Mary, Bruce. His opponents say it's a racial slur, but President Trump relishes his nickname for Senator Elizabeth Warren Boca Hodges, polka polka. Trump seizing on warrants claim that she's part native American. Even once leveling this challenge. I will give you a million dollars favorite charity, painful Trump. If you take the test Joe's urine into Trump claims. Warren used her heritage to help her get ahead. But there is no evidence advanced her career. Still the Massachusetts Senator who's trying a twenty twenty White House. Ron took up the president's challenge releasing video showing her receiving the results of DNA test. One of the facts say. American EMC Esther, in your pedigree. Warren was told she had a native American ancestor in the range of six to ten generations ago, but the president is Scoffing at the results. One. Over the country in apology. What's the percentage one thousand ads for that million dollar offer only of I can test her personally, okay. That will not be something I enjoy doing. Either the Cherokee nation called the president's attacks, derivative, but is also criticizing warrant saying she is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage. Adding a DNA test is useless. Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether a person's ancestors were indigenous to north or South America. The US Justice department is opening an investigation in Pennsylvania into the sex abuse scandal rocking the Catholic church. The first federal statewide probe into decades of wrongdoing. As we hear from ABC's David Wright, it comes on the heels of a grand jury report. The federal grand jury issued subpoenas this week to Roman Catholic leaders across Pennsylvania, seeking trove of sensitive documents and testimony about past abuse cases, federal prosecutors clearly following. Up on the work of the Pennsylvania grand jury, which this summer gave the first comprehensive view of abuses going back seventy years. Priests were raping little boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for them. Not only did nothing. They hit it all for decades. The statute of limitations had already expired on the vast majority of those cases. What's not yet clear is whether federal charges might apply. The Pennsylvania report is part of a worldwide reckoning over the church's past history of abuse and the massive cover up that enabled it for years here in the US, Pennsylvania was the first to take on the issue statewide. Now, a number of other states following suit already. The Pennsylvania report has had a major fallout within the church prompting the resignation. This month of one of America's most prominent Catholic leaders cardinal Donald world of Washington. DC US bishops have also launched a nationwide investigation of their own with the post blessing with a particular view to holding church leaders accountable for the cover up. Canadians outta store in Saint John's Newfoundland this week lining up around the block the day, the country, legalized recreational, marijuana, big deal moment, right? Purchaser, John Brown, celebrating and going deep crack and like the like puritanical ideals of like. The past, you're gonna tell an adult what they can and can't put in their body. Right. And then if they don't agree with you, then you're going to lock them in a brick cellar with bars. ABC's GIO, Benitez in Montreal. They started lining up before dawn down the street around the block, thousands of Canadians weighty hours to buy marijuana. Very much as the day went on the lines, grew longer, Canadian flags, unfurled the country. Now, one of only two in the world to legalize recreational pot. The Canadian medical association journal calls it all uncontrolled experiment putting money above the health of Canadians, but prime minister, Justin Trudeau who campaigned on a promise to legalize tweeted that regulating putt means profits out of the hands of criminals protection for our kids. It could also mean an estimated four hundred million dollars in tax revenues and some wonderful news from across the pond, Prince, Harry end wife, Megan, the duchess of Sussex are expecting a baby ABC's. James Longman has been traveling with the Royal couple in Australia. Kensington Palace announcing the Juechen duchess of Sussex will welcome a child in the spring. The couple breaking the news to family and friends at Harry's cousin Eugene's wedding, the Queen, William Kate, and Prince, Charles ole able to congratulate them in person before they flew off to a straight..
"canadian medical association" Discussed on 1A
"There remains. The question is to what legalisation at a national level might meet for Canada. On top of that, there are reports that. That suggests that supplies running low because cannabis takes time to cultivates the point of being saleable and their long lines on the block and things are running out supplies, running out. I wonder what kinds of additional unintended consequences we might keep an eye out for? Well, you know, the Canadian medical association journal call this an uncontrolled experiment. So we're going to, we're going to find out a lot of things about this, but I, I must admit, I'm not that surprised when you can walk into the major states the United States like Colorado or California, and they're dispensaries for recreational marijuana everywhere. I think this is a trend that's happening all over the United States, and it's gonna. It's gonna. It's gonna keep going because people are going to realize there's a lot of money even when you tax marijuana and the use happening anyway. And putting these people in jail is probably not the best use of public funds. So I say as part of a continuum, I think it was kind of inevitable that are progressive neighbors to the north would probably gonna jump on this on this, but I just been struck by going around the country and see states where. This is already happening and everyone kind of frogs. It's not a big deal. Yeah, this doesn't seem James to have the kind of energy. I mean, it's not like the fight against prohibition. You know where it was considered this major like issue about liberty. And of course it helped spur the rise of organized crime. If you've never seen the Ken burns documentary, what are you waiting for? Go see it. This feels very much like something that was just kind of a matter of time like, yeah, they legalized. It was going to happen sooner or later. That's my sense to. Yeah, that is the trend is pretty clear in this country and and Canada Canada's had medical marijuana since two thousand and one. It's very popular so to not out on a limb by endorsing this. So I think it's it's kind of inevitable. Yeah, not one of the loudest most aggressive social movements with regards to the legalisation of cannabis. A much more impactful movement that has reverberated around the world is the metoo movement, and we should talk about that before time is up this week, m j Akbar who's the minister of state for external affairs in India, less. Left that post after more than a dozen women accused him of sexual assault and harassment also in India this week there, but protests and violence met by that. Any woman trying to enter the Sabari mala temple in Kerala state in India, groups of conservative Hindu men threw stones and attacked women and journalists who tried to get too close. Let's start with the story involving m j Akbar Hays. How have we seen the me too movement play out in India or is this just the beginning of its effect on men in power? I think so. It's it's interesting because the metoo movement really kicked off here in the United States a year ago. And for a while, I know that our reporters at least were watching Indian waiting and wondering, when is it going to affect this culture where we were so sure that it would finally have an impact. And now in recent weeks at has finally like grabbed the country and shake it. We've seen all started with one actress, one Bollywood actress coming forward and just it's been a tidal wave of accusation since then women taking to Twitter and being unafraid to name their alleged abuse, abusers and salters by name, and just being really willing to step out and do what the Indian courts haven't done before, which is try to bring these men into account and it. It's really interesting that m j Akbar is one of the first ago considering he had such a long run in the Indian journalism seeing and the most of the women who came forward about him were fellow journalists, fellow reporters. So I feel like that ended up of credence to these allegations, and we'll see whether in the future they the, the women who are lower down on in social status..
"canadian medical association" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"About one AM Monday. No one spoke to the dispatcher, but the commotion police heard leads them to believe Jamie was endanger Nolan was on their asking for anything, except we heard background noise and that's what these experts are working on that nine one one call the break it down and Davidson's issuing that nationwide. Amber alert authorities say they have received more than four hundred tips. They're following up on David, Alex, pres-, Alex, thank you north of the border tonight. Recreational marijuana is now legal across Canada, and it comes not without controversy. Can Americans bring some of that marijuana back over the border ABC's GIO Benitez in Montreal tonight they started lining up before dawn down the street around the block thousands of Canadians, waiting hours to buy marijuana. As the day went on the lines, grew longer, Canadian flags, unfurled the country. Now, one of only two in the world to legalize recreational pot. It's pretty cool. Actually. It's like coming out of a prohibition. So that's how we're here because it's such a big moment. Yes, there are detractors, the Canadian medical association journal calls it all an uncontrolled experiment putting money above the health of Canadians, but prime minister, Justin Trudeau who campaigned on a promise to legalize today, tweeted that regulating putt means profits out of the hands of criminals protection for our kids. It could also mean an estimated four hundred million dollars in tax revenues. Niggling, Canada, and everybody should come to Calcutta and enjoy kind of big news north of the border tonight. Jail is in Montreal for us in a lot of people a here at home likely asking, can you bring some of that marijuana back across the border is legal. Well, David customs and border protection says absolutely not. And if they catch you with it at the border, you could be arrested, David Juba, Nina's in Montreal tonight you thank you. There is developing headline from the Justice department tonight. We've been following today..
"canadian medical association" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"Thinking about that and now that we've had individuals speak up i feel that step one i fill the next up is that institutions have to admit that there's problems one of the things that has changed is we have data on research now that show there's gender inequity and that's show there's harassment so now it's time for the medical institutions to admit there's a problem and to participate in making positive change you told your story but i gather you didn't name names i didn't name names and i have been thinking about that overnight actually i watched a very excellent video that h has put out they had a movie producer and writer come in to speak and her point resonated with us that reporting sexual harassment is a public service so overnight i did think about this and i am prepared to report this now on the confidential line that hss set up my concern of not remembering the details which i think women have experienced with trials that have happened you know my memory isn't that great from twenty five years ago but i i know i know what happened was wrong and i do not want this to happen to anyone else and it's now my responsibility to report that if i can't report it i can't expect people who are coming after me to report it so i feel i need to act dr g g o slur is the president elect of the canadian medical association in earlier this month she spoke at the canadian women in medicine wellness conference in ottawa she made a commitment to address bullying intimidation and sexual harass moment in medicine how important is it at this time in history that someone like geo slower is is about to become the president of of the doctors organization the canadian medical sociation and is making this such a high priority extremely important she signed excellent work already as the presidentelect myself and seven leaders across canada have submitted a grant to look at this issue so may has a grant to kirk create communities of interest we would like to create an online network for women and men in medicine to talk about this issue our objective is to create an inclusive inequitable medical community we hope that we can attain this santa five your time span and we will be following this with interest and and we're very glad that you finally came on the air to speak to us on white coat black art thank you so much for the opportunity at that recent meeting were dr kim kelly told her story of sexual harassment berta medical association.
"canadian medical association" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Dodger black moore what's your take on lowering the barbara cannabis i would counter that by saying that i think when patients go to a doctor and they want information and they wanted by s they want only the highest standard of evidence and they want the same standard for all of the products that the physician is recommending to them i think dr wear also hit on one of the real challenges for the medical profession when he said that this is a substance that doesn't necessarily fit sort of the standard medical paradigm it's not like other types of medication and i think that gets back to this question of why would we continue to have a separate medical system for its authorisation when it doesn't fit the medical paradigm when it's not like any other type of intervention and more importantly when people can get it anyway just by going down to the store or by ordering it online or by phone without a doctor's authorisation dr blackman dr wear thank you both for coming together to discuss it my pleasure thank you very much for having me thank you very much bob it's been a pleasure thank you jeff dr mark wear studies cannabis and he's an associate professor in the departments of family medicine and anesthesia mcgill university dr jeff blackmore is the vice president of medical professionalism with the canadian medical association we reached out to health canada to find out what their plan was post legalization in a statement they said they will be maintaining a quote distinct system to provide patients with reasonable access to cannabis for medical purposes.
"canadian medical association" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"A few weeks ago at a medical conference in toronto things got heated and that's putting it nicely the conference was the canadian consortium for the investigation of cannabinoid 's and in attendance were scientists who study cannabis physicians pharmacists and nurses they were all there to discuss what should happen with canada's medical marijuana policy when the drug becomes legal for anyone to use when the canadian medical association started to explain their position things got ugly that position in a nutshell the powerful medical body wants to wash their hands of the medical marijuana program once the drug is legal well others disagree strongly and that led to booing hissing and ultimately the cme representative walking out well today we're going to explore the science behind both sides of this debate dr mark where is executive director of the consortium that organized the conference he's also an associate professor in the departments of family medicine anesthesia at mcgill university he studies medical cannabis and he's an ottawa and dr jeff black moore is the physician who walked out of the conference he's the vice president of medical professionalism with the canadian medical association and we caught up with him in riga latvia dr wear dr black moore welcomed corks and quirks thank you thank you dr bachmann let's start with you just briefly because we're going to this in more detail in a moment why do you think candidate should abandon its medical cannabis system sure well basically the view of the cna is that this is a system that the physicians of canada through the cna did not ask for in fact we were fairly vocal in opposition to this type of system and it was really the result of a court decision that meant that physicians had to regulate access to substance that by large is is really not scientifically proven to be effective in.
"canadian medical association" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence
"Authorities as a parent stops is to say if my child does not share these beliefs than i want them to catch not catch i'm sorry i don't wanna like free create language about like dirtiness when it comes to stuff like sexually transmitted disease but then like then i want her to get cervical cancer do you do you know what i mean when you say that out loud it sounds bad and like that is the limit of your thority like i don't think you should say one really great way to drive my point home is to say hey if you ever change your mind i hope you get cervical cancer i don't think that that's a good way to parent i don't think there's a loving way to parent i don't think that's frankly ineffective way to entice young people to buy into your abstinence i assume absence you know parade or whatever right like yeah no he that's what he's seeing as the solution and anything else is weakness that's like she's just going onto the dark side and essentially like whatever happens while she's over there good luck what i'll throw this out to i'm not sure that this is likely to convince this person but there is an article available from the canadian medical association journal that studied two groups of eighth grade girls who one group did receive the vaccine one didn't it was a cohort of over two hundred fifty thousand girls they were followed for an average of four and a half years there was no statistically significant increase in any indicators of sexual behavior related to having gotten the vaccine so it does not in fact encourage risky behavior that's that's something that's been studied i would encourage you to look up more studies in to reassure yourself i i hate to throw this out there because i feel like there are excellent reasons to get it regardless but even if it were very very important to you that your daughter obey your every belief about sexuality it is possible that your daughter could someday be assaulted against her.
"canadian medical association" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
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"canadian medical association" Discussed on On Drugs
"He can you described that pain yeah it some it's a long usually is the least first thing in the morning and then progress has to get worse as the day goes on it starts out with uh a numbness comes on sea legs are non and then it goes from that into a a burning sensation and then it when it gets sort of the end of the day if it's like being in ice cold water like if you ever held your hand on ice cold water fraying like the time disraeli hurt for first five minutes but after a while on that it is starts to burn it said sleeps like a burning cold if you will with constant day in and day out the same magnitude the same level of pain it's almost it's like a weight just keeps how'd you say it is since friction torture he just keeps common incumbent hit doesn't stop the only got stopped at some sort paint painkiller emme so jack spin on morphine for five years and he says it's going well but he might not be on it for much longer and he's afraid that's because in response to the opioid crisis governments are trying to stop drugs at the source doctors the canadian medical association recommends that doctors taper dosages down for patients on longterm up you a treatment in c new standards limit a single prescription of opioids to just three months and that means a patient with chronic pain someone like jack needs to be reassessed four times a year so doctors are encouraging patients on opioids to take lower dosages for less time and in some cases to get off them completely jack says he's one of the latter and he's worried as fed i have talked my current doctor a boat that and he was keep me going on the painkillers not but he's eased on a flip with it now because he's been directed to two.
"canadian medical association" Discussed on Gastropod
"And yet ab sasa kind of them i don't know it just takes his taste really good i like it what kind of peanut is this again this is the virginia go america man exactly the moral it's or this one wasn't our favorite it doesn't seem that different for me them the runner and actually there in the same like when they're grouped together in the bride alls it's the runner and the virginia and the spanish and the valencia lead us we're like somalia is peanut butter too i want that to be a thing that i would be the first master peanuts somalia now i can close my eyes blindfolded the i i smell that i taste to tell you this was a valencia grown at five thousand feet above sea level oh my gosh valencia's are grown higher by fee level and he's not getting that's totally i'm the peanut whisper tens but heating peanut butter every morning for breakfast for like a decade and he is clearly eight peanut butter expert okay so the valencia but it was a good gas but it really is grown of four thousand feet in the us this whole thing even though i felt completely ridiculous doing a peanut butter tasting and was one of the more surprising taste tests we've done for the show i really was expecting peanut butter to just be peanut butter but now i've sold my soul to virginia peanuts and i can only get my peanut butter in the mail which i am perfectly aware is about the busiest thing i've ever said this is of unwanted tested whom though and if you go to our website guest dot com or of the names of the peanut butter is we used but not all of you will be able to give it a try because i am betting that some of you listeners either are or live with someone who is allergic to peanuts so the first medical case that i've come across pena dollar jifa tally is in the canadian medical association journal the late eighties are then a couple months later there's one of the journal of the american medical association.