Le Québec en éditorial aujourd’hui dans le BMJ : Too Much Medicine: from evidence to action

« Well known for their debates about independence, the people of Quebec may soon attract global attention for their campaign to wind back the harms of too much medicine. Earlier this year, the Quebec Medical Association issued a position paper on overdiagnosis and overtreatment and created a working party to identify causes and develop solutions. In September, a delegation of the most influential people within Quebec’s health system—representatives of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and hospital managers—attended the inaugural Preventing Overdiagnosis conference in Dartmouth, New Hampshire, United States.1 Now they’re busy building a knowledge base within the Canadian province around strategies to counter overdiagnosis and overtreatment. In Quebec, evidence is informing action »

Too much medicine : from evidence to action  http://www.bmj.com/content/347/bmj.f7141

Voici le lien pour le rapport de l’AMQ : http://www.amq.ca/images/stories/documents/Communiques/optimisation-rapport.pdf