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Wanted: Subspecialty information
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Assist the COA in recording your subspecialty interests in the COA database. Please click on the link below to indicate your orthopaedic subspecialties for our records: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/subspecialties OR log in to your profile through the COA web site: www.coa-aco.org to record this information directly.
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Recherché : Information sur les sous-spécialités
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Aidez l'ACO à enregistrer vos intérêts en matière de sous-spécialités dans sa banque de données. Veuillez cliquer ici pour préciser vos sous-spécialités orthopédiques pour nos dossiers : http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/subspecialties. Vous pouvez aussi enregistrer directement ces renseignements par l'intermédiaire de votre profil sur le site Web de l'ACO, à www.coa-aco.org.
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IGOT Surgical Burden Survey

We are passing along information regarding a study that is being conducted by the Institute for Global Orthopaedics & Traumatology (IGOT) at University of California, San Francisco. This research study being done by Dr. Richard Gosselin and will be used to estimate the global burden of surgical conditions/diseases.

The research team has created a survey similar to the one described in the Surgery chapter of Disease Control Priorities 2 text to estimate the global burden of disease, but using the updated disease states/conditions from the 2010 Global Burden of Disease study. You will be given a small number of demographic questions in addition to questions asking you to estimate the percentage of various diseases/conditions that need surgical intervention.

• The questionnaire will take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete and data is stored anonymously.
• Participation in this research study is completely voluntary and the survey link will be open for one month
• Any questions should be to patelk@orthosurg.ucsf.edu

Please feel free to forward this link to any of your surgeon colleagues.

Survey link: https://ucsf.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bmidovSy0GEZhTT

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Bone and Joint Canada receives 2013 CIHR-IMHA Knowledge Translation Award
CNW
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research's Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis is pleased to announce that Bone and Joint Canada is the recipient of the 2013 CIHR-IMHA Knowledge Translation Award. Ms. Eve Adams, Member of Parliament for Mississauga-Brampton South and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health, presented the award at the opening reception of the Arthritis Alliance of Canada's Conference and Research Symposium.
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Bone and Joint Canada reçoit le Prix de l'application des connaissances 2013 de l'IALA des IRSC
CNW
L'Institut de l'appareil locomoteur et de l'arthrite des Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada est ravi d'annoncer que le Prix de l'application des connaissances 2013 de l'IALA des IRSC est remis à Bone and Joint Canada. Mme Eve Adams, députée de Mississauga-Brampton Sud et secrétaire parlementaire de la ministre de la Santé, a présenté le prix lors de la réception d'ouverture du congrès et du symposium de recherche de l'Alliance de l'arthrite du Canada.
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Opération charme de Cuba auprès des malades québécois
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Pour des raisons économiques ou de temps d'attente indus, déjà, des centaines de Québécois ont choisi de recevoir des soins médicaux à Cuba dont la réputation du système médical, excellente, dépasse maintenant les frontières de l'Amérique latine où des pays n'ont pas hésité à échanger du pétrole contre des docteurs cubains.
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Les pays de l'OCDE ont coupé dans leurs dépenses en santé
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Le secteur de la santé a subi de plein fouet les effets de la crise et des coupes budgétaires entraînant un ralentissement des dépenses dans plusieurs pays, relève l'OCDE qui s'inquiète des conséquences pour les personnes plus vulnérables.
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Health Canada says it is "committed to ensuring the quick recall of unsafe drugs" but cannot reveal how or when this will happen. A recent Toronto Star front page story highlighted a long-standing but little-known flaw in the Food and Drugs Act. While the federal drug regulator approves all prescription medications sold across Canada, the department confirmed it is powerless to recall these drugs when data suggest they do more harm than good.

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