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Taking opioids at home after surgery: More harms than benefits

A new study conducted at the RI-MUHC concludes that prescribing opioid analgesics at discharge after surgery does not reduce postoperative pain...

The RI-MUHC is first in Canada to adopt sentinel-free animal health monitoring

One of ten champion institutions worldwide, the RI-MUHC has completely switched to a new program...

New study shows associations between air pollution and respiratory health in Canada

RI-MUHC researchers demonstrate that exposure to relatively low levels of air pollution in Canada is associated...

RI-MUHC leads study to identify a novel mechanism driving aggressive prostate cancer

This international research collaboration may lead to a shift in the clinical management of patients...

Improving the performance of rapid tests through clear instructions

Researchers at the RI-MUHC investigate whether rapid antigenic detection tests for COVID-19 could be adequately used in the workplace.

Stress in healthcare workers: a model to help us rethink challenges

Better understand for better support: a new model developed by RI-MUHC researchers illustrates the relationships between the various factors...

COVID-19 vaccination highly effective in individuals with immune-related inflammatory diseases

RI-MUHC researcher Sasha Bernatsky is senior author of a nationwide study

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