The Ontario Medical Association has called for an increase in the number of treatment programs for pregnant women addicted to opioids and the federal government has funded 58 addiction treatment centres in First Nations communities across the country, of which 43 will accept pregnant women.
What does OMA stand for?
OMA stands for Ontario Medical Association (Canada)
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We have 166 other meanings of OMA in our Acronym Attic
- Oil-Mineral Aggregate Formation
- Oilheat Manufacturers Association
- Oklahoma Military Academy
- Oklahoma Museums Association (est. 1972)
- Old Motorcycle Association (Belgium)
- Olimpíada Matemática Argentina
- Omaha, NE, USA - Eppley Airfield (Airport Code)
- One-Man Army (Quake 3 Arena clan)
- One-Minute Average
- Online Manual Archive
- Ontario Mining Association (Canada)
- Ontario Museum Association
- Open Management Architecture (3Com)
- Open Meetings Act
- Open Meta Archive
- Open Mobile Alliance
- Operations & Maintenance, Army
- Operations Management Application
- Operations Management Association
- Operations, Maintenance and Administration (various companies)
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Additionally, material was found in 5 archives (Wellington County Museum, Ontario Medical Association, Archives of Ontario, Dittrick Museum in Cleveland and Toronto Academy/Toronto General Hospital).
However in Ontario, it is the Ontario Medical Association that is responsible.
In October, the influential Ontario Medical Association came out in support of needle exchange programs in Canadian prisons.
The apparent "closed shop and closed minds" mentality of the Ontario Medical Association and the College of Physicians and Surgeons might be one barrier, not only to the increases required in training places; but also to the experimentation needed to find more cost-effective ways to deliver health care.
Patients are not considered to be a major research audience even in Ontario, where despite recent elective setbacks, Canadian effectiveness efforts are most advanced and the Institute for Clinical Evaluation Studies (ICES) is jointly funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and the Ontario Medical Association (OMA).
Provincial officials and representatives of the Ontario Medical Association are negotiating on the funding dispute.
Prior to 1989, the last attempt to document the waiting lists for specialists was by the Ontario Medical Association in 1982.