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What We're Working On

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    Physician Compensation

    Delve into the Master Clinical/Academic Funding Plan and Master Agreement contracts.
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    Privacy Legislation

    The Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) governs how personal health information is collected, used, disclosed and maintained.
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  • Patients-choice-homepagePatient's Choice Award

    The winner of the inaugural Doctors Nova Scotia Patient’s Choice Award is Dr. Mohan Virick, a family physician from Sydney, N.S., who has dedicated his five-decade career to improving the lives of his patients, most of whom belong to the Mi’kmaq community.

Recognizing our Physicians

Dr. John Chiasson

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Dr. John Chiasson gives people in Antigonish a place to commune with nature and improve their well-being.

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Dr. Sabina Abidi

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For Dr. Sabina Abidi, seeing patients face-to-face isn’t always the best way to deliver care.

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News for a Healthy Province

A Toxic Soup of Painkillers - Thoughts on the Opioid Epidemic

20-Oct-2016

The opioid epidemic that is gripping North America is an emerging issue for Nova Scotians and for our health-care system.

Nova Scotians deserve access to a family physician now - not five years from now

29-Sep-2016

As a family physician in a collaborative practice, I know first-hand the benefits of team-based care and the value of having nurse practitioners and family practice nurses in community clinics. My patients benefit from this type of collaboration every single day.

Nova Scotia physician presents emerging issue at CMA General Council in Vancouver

23-Aug-2016

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.