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COA 2013 Annual Meeting
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2013 Winnipeg Annual Meeting Web Site
Make regular visits to www.coaannualmeeting.ca for complete information about our upcoming Annual Meeting. New information is added frequently and registration opens in the New Year!

Site Web de la Réunion annuelle 2013, à Winnipeg
Consultez régulièrement le site www.coaannualmeeting.ca pour obtenir tous les renseignements sur la prochaine réunion annuelle. Le site est régulièrement mis à jour, et vous pourrez vous inscrire à la Réunion dès le début de l'année.




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2013 COFAS Symposium — Register today!
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Registration is now OPEN for the 2013 COFAS Symposium being held Feb. 1-2 in Whistler, B.C. Visit canadafoot.com to register and find out more about this event. Click here for the save the date reminder.



Meeting of the Canadian Arthroplasty Society
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The inaugural meeting of the newly formed Canadian Arthroplasty Society (CAS) will be held at the Hilton London, Ontario from Nov. 15-16, 2012.

Registration is now open until October 31. Click here to register now!

Membership in CAS is open to any orthopaedic surgeon, who is a current COA member in good standing, with an interest in arthroplasty with the requirement that each member submit at least one abstract every 3 years for presentation at the CAS meeting, and perform a minimum of 50 arthroplasty cases annually. Visit the CAS web page for more information.

La première réunion de la nouvelle Société canadienne d'arthroplastie (CAS) aura lieu à London, en Ontario, les 15 et 16 novembre 2012.  Lire la suite...




Drug fast-tracking process used by Health Canada risky for public
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When you get a drug prescription from your doctor, do you ask how long the drug has been on the market? What about which kind of review process it went through before approval? New research suggests the answers to these questions can have serious health implications. Drugs that go through Health Canada's priority review process are more likely to have serious safety issues compared with drugs that go through the standard review, according to a new study from York University. More

L'Ontario permettra aux pharmaciens d'administrer les vaccins contre la grippe
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Le gouvernement de l'Ontario a annoncé qu'il élargira le rôle des pharmaciens en leur permettant d'administrer les vaccins contre la grippe, de renouveler les prescriptions pour une période maximale de six mois et de prescrire des aides anti-tabac. Les pharmaciens seront bientôt en mesure d'administrer les vaccins contre la grippe, et même si seulement environ 600 pharmacies sont prévues pour cet automne, les responsables affirment que leur nombre augmentera l'année prochaine. More

Les réclamations des avantages santé des Aborigènes sur la sellette
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Un document nouvellement publié montre qu'un certain nombre de pharmacies ont fait l'objet d'un examen minutieux de la compagnie qui gère les réclamations faites aux régimes d'avantages santé des aborigènes. Les audits confidentiels offrent un rare aperçu de quelques-unes des factures qui ont soulevé des questions dans l'esprit de l'administrateur des réclamations. More

Quebec finance minister backtracks on plan to abolish health tax
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The Parti Quebecois government's minority status has forced it to backtrack on a major campaign promise. The PQ had promised to abolish an annual $200 health tax paid by all Quebecers. But Finance Minister Nicolas Marceau said the tax will vary on a sliding scale, depending on income. "I agree that we're not relieving (the burden) on the middle class as much as we wanted to," Marceau told a news conference. "We can't go much further given the government's minority situation." More



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