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Doctors Nova Scotia has filed Notices of Application with the Nova Scotia Supreme Court to settle two contract issues with the provincial government. Attempts over the past 14 months to resolve these contract issues outside of the courts have failed.
Public Panel Discussion: Reducing Unnecessary Medical Tests, Treatments and Procedures
Doctors Nova Scotia has provided the government notice of its intention to ask the courts to settle two contract issues with the provincial government.
Doctors Nova Scotia met with senior government officials and representatives of the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), Dalhousie Medical School, the College of Physicians and Surgeons and Nova Scotia, and the IWK to share solutions for healing Nova Scotia’s health-care system.
A new survey shows that burnout is a serious issue for Nova Scotia’s doctors.
Valley family physician, Dr. Manoj Vohra, was installed as President of Doctors Nova Scotia at the association’s annual conference on Saturday, June 3 in Halifax, N.S.
Doctors Nova Scotia honoured nine physicians for exemplary achievement. The physicians received their awards at the association’s annual conference on June 3 in Halifax.
Nova Scotia doctors have developed two comprehensive position papers to help fix the province’s ailing health-care system. Included are 11 actions aimed at improving primary care access for Nova Scotians and five suggestions for health system decision-makers to improve physician involvement in health system change.
A Nova Scotia physician presented an emerging issue on the loss of physician autonomy to the health policy agenda at the 149th Canadian Medical Association (CMA) General Council (GC) in Vancouver.
The province’s doctors have ratified two four-year contracts with government.
Sydney family physician, Dr. Mohan Virick, is the winner of the inaugural Doctors Nova Scotia Patient’s Choice Award
Doctors Nova Scotia has selected three finalists for its 2016 community-based Strive Award.
Free Spirit Therapeutic Riding Association, Nourish Your Roots and Undercurrent Youth Centre are in the running for the $10,000 grant.
Legislation tabled yesterday by government, which mandates public sector contracts and takes away physicians’ ability to arbitrate their compensation worries the province’s doctors.
Kerry Copeland, creator and coordinator of Doctors Nova Scotia’s Kids’ Run Club will receive the Health, Wellness and Sport Progress Women of Excellence Award.
Halifax-based anaesthetist, Dr. David Milne, was installed as President of Doctors Nova Scotia at the association’s annual conference on Saturday, June 6 in Membertou, Cape Breton.
Contact: Barb Johnson Senior communications advisor Tel: 902-481-4915doctorsns.com