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Ophthalmology

An eye on young specialists' success

Graduates from several medical and surgical specialties are having difficulty securing practice opportunities, especially in specialties dependent upon limited resources, according to new research from Queen's ophthalmologist ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Researchers measure emotional flexibility in mother-daughter dyads

Queen's University researchers Tom Hollenstein and Jessica Lougheed have published new research on the emotional bonds between mothers and adolescent daughters. The study examined how well mother-daughter pairs were able ...

Health

Improving care for critically ill older patients

A new joint study by Queen's and the University of Calgary aims to create a framework to assist intensive care physicians in partnering with patient's families, to enable and empower them as advocates and participants in ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Doubling up to fight pain

Queen's University researcher Ian Gilron has uncovered a more effective way of treating fibromyalgia, a medical condition characterized by chronic widespread pain typically accompanied by fatigue, as well as sleep, mood and ...

Oncology & Cancer

Findings expand potential of cancer drug

New research from the Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG) has discovered that a new subset of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer could benefit from taking the drug cetuximab.

Health

Child development expert 'concerned' by UNICEF report

Queen's University professor Wendy Craig was a research advisor for the new UNICEF Report Card 13: Fairness for Children. The report card reveals Canada ranks 26 out of 35 nations when compared across four key domains of ...

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