Cancer Care Nova Scotia
Cancer Care Nova Scotia is a program of the provincial Department of Health that started in 1998. Cancer Care Nova Scotia works with others in the community to strengthen cancer services throughout Nova Scotia.
Canadian Healthcare Reference Guide
This website highlights Canadian Healthcare news.
Canadian Patient Safety Institute
The Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) was established in 2003 as an independent not-for-profit corporation, operating collaboratively with health professionals and organizations, regulatory bodies and governments to build and advance a safer healthcare system for Canadians.
Adverse Reaction Monitoring Program and database. MedEffect Canada provides consumers, patients, and health professionals with easy access to report an adverse reaction or side effect, obtain new safety information on drugs and other health products, and learn and better understand the importance of reporting side effects.
Nova Scotia Department of Health - Diversity, Social Inclusion and Cultural Competence
Resources and tools that support diversity, social inclusion and cultural competence.
Nova Scotia Provincial Blood Coordinating Program
The program provides the leadership to collaborate with health care providers across the province and Canadian Blood Services to maximize the safe and appropriate management of blood and related products received by Nova Scotians.
A resource for nursing ethics.
NurseONE is a personalized interactive web-based resource designed to support nursing practice. It is the result of a partnership between the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and Health Canada.
NursingCenter.com was created in 1986 as an electronic Bulletin Board Service to help spread clinical information to nurses in rural areas who would otherwise not have access to the latest journals and technology.