November is men’s health awareness month – and some of the less-often-talked about health issues affecting men are about their mental health. The Canadian Mental Health Association is calling this a “silent crisis, a sleeper issue”.
I had the pleasure of attending the The Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics annual conference in Toronto, Canada. The program was titled “Embracing Change and Uncertainty to Improve the Health of Canadians” and it was kicked-off with a townhall session on Canadian RWE Initiatives…
World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases Presentations: Trends in Osteoporotic Incidences and Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic
A real-world evidence study examining COVID-19 pandemic disruptions in osteoporosis care patterns and outcomes across Alberta, Canada, was presented through two posters at the World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a degenerative neurological disease with progressive death of brain cells, eventually leading to death.1,2 It is the most prevalent irreversible dementia, marked by deterioration of memory, judgement, and reasoning and worsening of mood, behaviour, communication, and function to perform daily activities.1 With longer life expectancy and an aging population, the burden of AD on the quality of life of patients and their family and caregivers is increasing.
With National Indigenous People’s Day on June 21st, Medlior is reflecting on health disparities for Indigenous peoples in Canada. First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people have typically been underrepresented in research studies, but there are promising signs of change.