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Last 50 tweets from @picardonhealth
Almost 20 years ago, Canada's leaders signed a health care deal that was supposed to be the 'fix for a generation.' Now, the PM and Premiers are vowing to try again, by @kellygrant1 theglobeandmail.com/canada/article… via @globeandmail
 
An Even Deadlier Pandemic Could Soon Be Here. 
Bird flu has spread widely among animals. Unless we act now, it soon could do the same among humans, by @zeynep  
nytimes.com/2023/02/03/opi… via @nytopinion #H5N1
Opinion | An Even Deadlier Pandemic Could Soon Be Here
nytimes.com
 
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
.@picardonhealth The message here is that while things are looking up, the pandemic is not quite over.

More importantly, it’s a recognition the @WHO and its member countries don’t have a transition plan to a near-future where SARS-CoV-2 will be endemic. theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl…
Opinion: Is COVID-19 still a global health emergency?
theglobeandmail.com
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
"more Canadians consider health care their biggest national concern now than at any point since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic." @Avis_Favaro @MichaelStittle @niknanos Well worth the read + listen! 1/3

ctvnews.ca/politics/canad…
 
Can't think of a more deserving recipient of the Hyman Solomon #Journalism Award than @snolen. Brava Stephanie! 👏👏 via @ppforumca
There are few places @nytimes global health reporter @snolen hasn’t been.

This year, her work is being recognized with the Hyman Solomon Journalism Award, to be given at PPF's Testimonial Dinner.

Her journey: ppforum.ca/news/stephanie…

Registration: ppforum.ca/event/annual-t… pic.twitter.com/rrpb4QRqo0
 
 
Federal government introduces legislation to delay changes that would allow those with mental illness as a sole condition to be eligible for #MAiD, by ⁦@ErinAnderssen⁩ via ⁦@globeandmailtheglobeandmail.com/canada/article…
 
Ontario announces $30-million for new primary care teams, commits to share data with Ottawa as health deal looms, by @l_stone @dustin_cook3 theglobeandmail.com/canada/article… via @globeandmail
 
Possession of 2.5 grams of most drugs is no longer a crime in B.C., an attempt to reduce the number of people who die from overdoses. Q+A w/ @garthmullins by @menakarw on #TheDecibel podcast🎙️
theglobeandmail.com/podcasts/the-d… via @globeandmail #HarmReduction #decriminalization
 
In reply to @picardonhealth
.@WHO extends public health emergency over #COVID19 but signals end could come soon. Meanwhile, U.S. says it will end emergency declarations May 11, by @HelenBranswell statnews.com/2023/01/30/who… via @statnews #GlobalHealth
Replying to @picardonhealth
Is the Pandemic Still a Public Health Emergency? Q+A w/ @sdbaral, by @spaikin tvo.org/theagenda via @TheAgenda #COVID19
 
Women Have Been Misled About #Menopause. Hot flashes, sleeplessness, pain during sex: For some of menopause’s worst symptoms, there’s an established treatment. Why aren’t more women offered it? by @susandominus nytimes.com/2023/02/01/mag… via @NYTmag #HRT
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
“The expert panel said the pandemic ‘may be reaching an inflection point,’ where higher levels of immunity … mean that the risk of serious illness and death after being infected are falling.”

The WHO is setting the bar too low. Long Covid remains a risk. theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl…
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
“…while things are looking up, the pandemic is not quite over. More importantly, it’s a recognition the @WHO and its member countries don’t have a transition plan to a near-future where SARS-CoV-2 will be endemic.” via @picardonhealth @globeandmail theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl…
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
I asked chatGPT to explain the difference between palliative care and hospice in the style of Dr. Seuss. #hapc #pedpc
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
WHO says #COVID19 is still a #GlobalHealth emergency. But, as we head into year four of the pandemic, alarm fatigue has set in. The challenge now is managing a constant, low-level background threat rather than a headline-grabbing one. By @picardonhealth theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl…
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
Join us on February 22 for a free virtual event as Ontario-area professionals come together in a panel discussion moderated by @picardonhealth to help give a voice to #YoungCaregivers.

For more information and to register: bit.ly/3XxGr3i

#GiveAVoiceToYoungCaregivers
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
Is #COVID still a global health emergency? WHO maintains designation, IMO not because it fits the definition but for fear of empowering COVID trivializers. Regardless, these are wise words: “The emergency may be winding down, but not the need for care.” theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl…
 
As B.C.’s #decriminalization pilot project takes hold, political hopes collide with public fears, by @AndreaWoo theglobeandmail.com/canada/british… via @globeandmail #HarmReduction
Replying to @picardonhealth
A 3-year B.C. pilot project decriminalizing possession of all drugs for personal use begins today, by @AndreaWoo  theglobeandmail.com/canada/british…   theglobeandmail.com/canada/british… via @globeandmail #HarmReduction
 
Replying to @picardonhealth
.@WHO extends public health emergency over #COVID19 but signals end could come soon. Meanwhile, U.S. says it will end emergency declarations May 11, by @HelenBranswell statnews.com/2023/01/30/who… via @statnews #GlobalHealth
 
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
New national long-term care standards unveiled, but Ottawa not planning to make them mandatory, by @kahowlett theglobeandmail.com/canada/article… via @globeandmail #eldercare #LTC
 
Doctors spending millions of hours a year on paperwork instead of patient care, @CFIB report says, by ⁦@wencyleung⁩ via ⁦@globeandmail⁩ ⁦@KatharineSmart#cdnhealth theglobeandmail.com/canada/article…
 
From the archives:
Why isn’t there a single medical licence for all doctors in Canada? by @picardonhealth (2019) theglobeandmail.com/canada/article… via @GlobeDebate
Why isnt there a single medical licence for all doctors in Canada?
theglobeandmail.com
A recent 🇨🇦-wide poll reveals that 95% of respondents support pan-Canadian licensure as a means to improve access to care.
We urge P/T govs., with federal support, to implement pan-Canadian licensure as one of many solutions to the health care crisis.
bit.ly/3YcAlpv
 
👏👏👏Bravo @NaheedD!
Excited to announce that Dr. Dosani was appointed to serve as the #Kensington Hospice Medical Director, effective Dec 1, 2022.

We celebrate his unwavering passion, dedication, and commitment to health justice and care!

Welcome @NaheedD

More: bit.ly/3JlevMm pic.twitter.com/GRjeNgxVbV
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
In a precedent-setting decision that will have implications across Ontario, a judge has denied a municipality’s request to remove an encampment on the basis that doing so – when there is no adequate indoor space – violates the residents’ Charter rights theglobeandmail.com/canada/article…
Ontario court rules encampments can stay if theres a shortage of shelter beds
theglobeandmail.com
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
Statement on the fourteenth meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) Emergency Committee regarding the coronavirus disease (#COVID19) pandemic @WHO@DrTedroswho.int/news/item/30-0…
 
From the archives on the 6th anniversary of the attack on La grande mosquée de Québec:
In wake of Quebec City mosque shooting, Canada must break silence around #GunControl, by @picardonhealth (2017) theglobeandmail.com/news/national/… via @globeandmail
In wake of Quebec City shooting, Canada must break silence around gun control
theglobeandmail.com
 
RT @tweetvandijk: Curious what #ChatGPT News says about innovating healthcare? Here it is!
(Warning: it’s bang on 🥴) #AI
 
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
'It's quiet in here now': Saying goodbye to the historic, treasure-packed StarPhoenix newsroom. thestarphoenix.com/news/local-new…. @picardonhealth
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
In reply to @MichaelSchwandt
So, has the world benefitted from 21 mythical monster subvariant nicknames to date? Opinions are divided on whether they have promoted healthy behaviours and policies, or simply provided media filler, distraction and political cover from real demands. twitter.com/picardonhealth…
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
"...health spending is an investment, not just a cost, and one that serves us well.

“If we don’t address this crisis in our health system, we will compromise our economy and future prosperity,” " #ableg
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
"Governments and policymakers do not own the health-care system; they are entrusted with its stewardship. Health care belongs to all of us, and reform must empower its true owners." This excellent article by @picardonhealth powered me to read the full report by @ppforumca
 
 
How Ottawa can help fix health care: first, send less money. Why did the provinces give up on fixing the system in the early 2000s? It's simple: Because the federal government came to their rescue, by @acoyne theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl… via @GlobeDebate
Opinion: How Ottawa can help fix health care: first, send less money
theglobeandmail.com
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
Update:

We are now witnessing Twitter fights about an op-ed about Twitter fights about an op-ed about Twitter fights about a news interview.

See you on threads about public health information, actions and health-affecting policies.✌🏽
 
Replying to @picardonhealth
Here is a link to the full report: Fault Lines, by The Expert Panel on the Socioeconomic Impacts of Science and Health #Misinformation of the Council of Canadian Academies cca-reports.ca/reports/the-so… via @cca_reports #COVID19 #infodemic
 
Vaccine hesitancy, fuelled by #misinformation and conspiracy theories, led to thousands of unnecessary deaths and costly hospital stays during two #COVID19 waves in 2021, according to @cca_reports, by @carlyweeks
theglobeandmail.com/canada/article… via @globeandmail @CaulfieldTim #infodemic
 
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
In reply to @kootenaysdoc
As @picardonhealth wrote today “health care reform can’t wait.” I think he nailed some of the main issues too (national licensing, national data, innovation.) theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl… 10/12
 
"This science really places the rights of people to receive care, to live a life with dignity, to be protected from the harms that we know can affect their health as important as the discoveries we might make in a lab."

- Vikram Patel in his #GairdnerAwards speech
#BellLetsTalk pic.twitter.com/BD07dfsHsk
 
In reply to @picardonhealth
A new report, "Taking Back Health Care," focuses on fixing a system in crisis. Q+A w/ two of the authors, @janephilpott and @AlikaMD, by @mattgallowaycbc cbc.ca/listen/live-ra… via @TheCurrentCBC @ppforumca pic.twitter.com/3KxnrFUrv0
Replying to @picardonhealth
Report prescribes team-based approach to heal Canada's health-care system. The idea that Canada🇨🇦 is still a global leader in health-care is a myth, says former health minister @janephilpott, by @phildrost cbc.ca/radio/thecurre… via @cbcnews @ppforumca
 
Want to understand an issue? Have a conversation, not a #Twitter war. It is instructive to watch bad things happening to good people while a crowd gathers online to cheer on the pummeling, by @reggcohn thestar.com/politics/polit… via @torontostar #PandemicJournalism
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
Thanks for your support of this deserving and very relevant and inspiring book, @picardonhealth. @mitchellconsky @WCA_LitAgency
 
In reply to @picardonhealth
On health care, we need action, not petulance, from the Premiers, by @picardonhealth theglobeandmail.com/canada/article… via @GlobeDebate
Replying to @picardonhealth
Ottawa can and should invest more in health care, but the provinces must commit to delivering tangible results, with an emphasis on structural reform, accountability and performance measurement, by @picardonhealth theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl… via @GlobeDebate
Opinion: Canadas health care crisis demands leadership. Our premiers have chosen finger-pointing
theglobeandmail.com
 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’ll meet with premiers to discuss health deal on Feb. 7 after they drop demands for no-strings-attached on billions, by @MariekeWalsh theglobeandmail.com/politics/artic… via @globeandmail
 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’ll meet with premiers to discuss health deal on Feb. 7 after they drop demands for no-strings-attached on billions, by @MariekeWalsh theglobeandmail.com/politics/artic… via @globeandmail
Trudeau says hell meet with premiers to discuss health deal
theglobeandmail.com
 
 
André Picard Retweeted ·  
Health reform can’t wait. Here’s where to start. An expert panel is calling on Canadians to take back control of their health system before it's too late, by @picardonhealth theglobeandmail.com/opinion/articl… via @GlobeDebate @ppforumca
Opinion: Health reform cant wait. Heres where to start
theglobeandmail.com
 
 
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