Including enhanced patient access to home and long-term treatment.

Regarding to Shamian, nurses propose ‘future-focused, cost-effective solutions to ensure that the broad wellness needs of most Canadians really can be met in sustainable ways within the general public health-care system. CNA will create new opportunities to engage health professionals, governments and decision-manufacturers in meaningful dialogues about program transformation.’.. CNA commends CMA for new report on health-care transformation A new Canadian Medical Association report in health-care transformation was met with a mix of optimism and concern by the Canadian Nurses Association . Continue reading

Should the Court approve the Amended Strategy.

today announced that the affected lenders of Angiotech and certain of its subsidiaries have unanimously approved the next Amended and Restated Strategy of Compromise or Arrangement concerning, affecting and involving the Angiotech Entities pursuant to the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Take action . The Angiotech Entities are scheduled to seek an purchase of the Supreme Court of British Columbia sanctioning the Amended Anticipate April 6, 2011. Should the Court approve the Amended Strategy, the Angiotech Entities will proceed with the implementation of the Amended Strategy following the satisfaction or waiver of all conditions precedent. At the meeting of affected creditors today, Alvarez & Marsal Canada Inc. Continue reading

Persistent stress leads to diabetes.

They are proven stress reducers also.. Persistent stress leads to diabetes, study finds Men who reside in a permanent state of stress are 45 % more likely to develop Type II diabetes than men who are not stressed, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and posted in the journal Diabetic Medicine. The analysis was conducted within a long-term research launched in the 1970s to monitor the fitness of 7,500 males from Gothenburg, Sweden, who were born between 1915 and 1920. Continue reading