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Electronic Hospital Reports Improving Patient Care in Barrie
Barrie, May 26, 2010 – Barrie’s Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH) is now electronically sending 2,500 patient reports per week to physicians at the Barrie and Community Family Health Team (BCFHT).

More Family Health Teams is Good News
May 6, 2010 – Ontario’s doctors commended today’s announcement by the provincial government that it is moving ahead with an additional 30 Family Health Teams (FHTs) in Ontario.

New OMA President to Focus On Efficiency and Patient Care
May 2, 2010 – Dr. Mark MacLeod takes over as the 129th President of the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) and brings with him a commitment to work closely with government to find efficiencies in health care and strengthen the delivery of services.

More Smokers Today than 1960s
April 20, 2010 – Ontario’s doctors released their latest report on the status of tobacco in the province and most surprisingly, it revealed that there are more smokers today than in the mid-1960s.

OMSA Lobby for OSAP Increase
April 19, 2010 – The Ontario Medical Students Association (OMSA) arrived at Queen’s Park today to ask the provincial government to increase the maximum loan allocations.

Lab Medicine Committed to Excellence
April 16, 2010 – It's National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week and Ontario’s laboratory physicians want to emphasize that Ontario continues to have one of the safest, highest quality laboratory testing and diagnostic systems in the world.

Pediatricians and Screen Time
March 15, 2010 – Pediatricians of Ontario are pointing to evidence that suggests children across the province are spending too much time in front of the television or computer screen and it’s leading to health problems.

New Medical School Spaces
Feb. 3, 2010 - Ontario’s doctors commend the provincial government for its investment into new medical school spaces in Ontario. The addition of 54 new medical school spaces at the Mississauga Academy of Medicine.

Ontario’s Doctors Set The Record Straight On Flouride In Drinking Water
Ontario’s doctors want to dispel the misconceptions and ease the concerns of those who question the safety of fluoride.

THINK F.A.S.T: Do you know what to do if your child’s friend has an allergic reaction?
Toronto, ON, October 7, 2010 – Ontario’s doctors and Anaphylaxis Canada are starting a dialogue and spreading the word about anaphylactic reactions caused by food. The groups want to better educate all parents about these life threatening allergies, how to prevent allergic reactions and what to do in an emergency.

OMA OHA Joint Statement on Windsor Essex Hospital Review
A new report on surgical care and pathology, deriving from an investigation into Windsor-Essex area hospitals, provides valuable recommendations that will be used to further improve patient safety and quality of care within Ontario’s hospitals

More Patients Accessing Care
With more doctors practising in Ontario, there have been great strides towards strengthening the system as more patients are receiving care. For example, since 2004 Ontario’s doctors have.

Gélinas Private Member Bill and Menu Labelling
Ontario’s doctors would like to congratulate France Gélinas, MPP for Nickelbelt for introducing Healthy Decisions for Health Eating Act, 2010, which would require calorie counts to be posted on menu boards in chain restaurants across the province.

Renew Efforts To Reduce Number of Smokers: Ontario's DoctorsMay 31, 2010 - This World No Tobacco Day, Ontario’s doctors are calling for renewed efforts to reduce the total number of smokers in Ontario.

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Several medical studies show that many illnesses are directly linked to smoking and second-hand smoke.

All Terrain Vehicles and Children
ATVs pose a significant but avoidable risk of injury and death to children.

Cell Phones and Driving
Recent OMA research highlights the dangers of using cell phones and other electronic devices while driving.

Obesity in Children
OMA recommendations for the treatment and prevention of Overweight and Obesity in children and adolescents.

Smog/Air Pollution
Medical understanding of how smog impacts the human body has grown considerably over the past few years.

 
 
   

 

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