This pharmacoepidemiology study uses national Canadian electronic medical record data to describe treatment indications for antidepressants and temporal trends in antidepressant prescribing for depression in Quebec, Canada, from 2006 through 2015.
This Viewpoint describes efforts in Canada to explore the complexities of physician-assisted death after a 2015 Canadian Supreme Court ruling against its prohibition.
This cohort study uses international claims and registry data to describe site of death, health care utilization, and hospital expenditures in the 180-day and 30-day periods before death among elderly patients with cancer in 7 developed countries.
This Viewpoint discusses use of medical self-regulation in Canada as a means of ensuring physician competence and professionalism.
In a population-based, matched, retrospective cohort study of 10 390 patients who underwent daytime elective laparoscopic cholecystectomy in Ontario, Canada, Vinden and colleagues study outcomes among patients whose procedures were performed by surgeons who had operated the night before vs surgeons who had not. Zinner and Freischlag comment in a related Editorial.