• The Medical Imaging Team - Join in the celebration of the physicians, physicists, sonographers and technologists who make up the imaging team to the Canadian healthcare system. 

  • NucMed Links - Linking the Nuclear Medicine Community Free MEDLINE.  The National Library of Medicine is providing access to MEDLINE, which can be searched directly using NLM's two web-based products, PubMed and Internet Grateful

  • Canada's Clinical Trials 
    Health Canada, through its Clinical Trials Database, is providing to the public a listing of specific information relating to phase I, II, III clinical trials in patients. The database is managed by Health Canada and provides a source of information about Canadian clinical trials involving human pharmaceutical and biological drugs.  
Autres liens d'intêrets:
  • The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
    Of particular interest to nuclear medicine physicians is the comprehensive description of the RCPSC MOCOMP© program. The RCPSC intends to make re-certification for all specialists mandatory and demonstrated participation in learning activities must become part of all of our lives.

  • The Canadian Medical Association
    This site is the place to visit to find a comprehensive listing of clinical practice guidelines. This indexed and referenced resource provides valuable information to the clinician. The access to an excellent Med-line search engine "Osler", available only to CMA members is well worth the price of CMA membership.

  • MD Physician Services is a wealth and practice management firm with an unrivalled understanding of physicians' unique needs. Provides detailed information regarding their financial and practice management products.  
  • Western Canada Waiting List Project
    The WCWL Project was created in 1998 in response to a major study sponsored by Health Canada that concluded: there is little or no standardization of waiting list data; regional health authorities and hospitals acknowledge they lack comprehensive information on the status of waiting lists; and there is widespread interest in standardizing and coordinating waiting lists for selected interventions. 
    The Western Canada Waiting List Project is a consortium of four medical associations, seven regional health authorities, the four western provincial ministries of health and four health research centres. Funding for the project is from Health Canada's Health Transition Fund. 
    The WCWL released an interim report describing progress to date on the development of criteria (tools) for prioritizing patients awaiting specified elective clinical and diagnostic procedures:

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