UBCMJ Volume 11, Issue 2

Medicine and Media
UBCMJ Volume 11, Issue 2
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EDITORIAL

Medicine and media: opposites attract
Hur S.A., Wang C
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (3)

FEATURE

Using digital health interventions to improve access to
sexual and reproductive health services in British Columbia

Pedersen H., Gilbert M., Smith L., Ogilvie G.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (4-5)

Social media impacts on the dissemination of health-related
information and patient-physician relationships

Goobie G.C.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (6-8)

SmartMom: teaching by texting
Janssen P.A., Pennington S.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (9-10)

ACADEMIC RESEARCH

Gender/sex disparity in self-reported sleep
quality among Canadian adults

Rich A.J., Koehoorn M., Ayas N.T., Shoveller J.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (11-16)

REVIEWS

Climate change and human health
Dayan Z., Suleman R., Kapoor V.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (17-19)

All fun and games? Exploring the positive
effects educational video games can have on
medical learners

Chow R., Cheung M.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (20-22)

A review of wilderness patient transport: a
British Columbian perspective

Stanley A., Buhler H.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (23-26)

Backcountry triggered avalanches: a summary
of risk factors, causes of death, and wilderness
medical management

Stich A., Blanco J.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (27-29)

COMMENTARIES

Medicine and the media: a synergistic
combination?

Dean P.H., Zou V.Z.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (30-31)

Caution and guidance for the social media
savvy physician

Khan W.I.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (32-33)

The role of the public on physician remuneration in Canada:
the cases of British Columbia and Ontario

McNeely B.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (34-35)

An analysis of current trends in multimedia
platform usage and surgery

Udwadia F.R., Khan H.M.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (36-37)

Young physicians on YouTube: helping
patients connect with health care

Rietchel L.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (38-39)

Launching resident-led simulations to
augment the undergraduate medical school
curriculum

Moroz P.A., Douglas S.L.M., Gill D.D.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (40-42)

NEWS AND LETTERS

Mixed reviews: critiques and compliments of
physician rating websites

Paul B.R.
UBCMJ. 2020: 11.2 (43-44)