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Why medical screening still has value, but not everyone should be screened, with Dr. Alan Katz (4 min)

Dr. Alan Katz addresses medical screening guidelines for prostate and breast cancer. Early screening for cancer is best, right? Except when it’s not. Dr. Katz outlines the latest research on the issue and highlights who should, and should not, be screened, according to the evidence.

Frequent users of emergency care signal need for healthcare reform, with Dr. Malcolm Doupe (4.5min)

How we can we improve emergency care for everyone and save our health system in the process? Dr. Malcolm Doupe from the University of Manitoba addresses overcrowding at emergency rooms across Canada and provides possible solutions. See the two posters, 1 and 2 based on this commentary