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Crooks VA, Nicol AM, Cadesky E, Snyder J, Lee K. COVID-19 hotel quarantine: Exemption for ‘essential’ medical travel confuses doctors, patients. February 28, 2021.

Cadesky, E. The things that didn't change in 2020. January 5, 2020. The Medical Post.

Cadesky, E. Every effort must be made to ensure that patients are connected to the doctors who know them best. July 18, 2020. The Vancouver Sun. 

Cadesky, E. Coronavirus and cognitive bias: the surprising reasons people cheat at scial distancing. The Conversation Canada, May 20, 2020.

Cadesky, E. For the sake of the greater good, call your doctor. April 22, 2020. The Province. 

Cadesky, E. Glimmers in the darkness: could something good come from the COVID-19 pandemic? April 1, 2020. Medical Post. 

Cadesky, E. Earthquakes, pandemics and lessons of the human spirit. March 26, 2020. Medical Post.  

Cadesky, E. Should clinics turn away those who are not 'their' patients? December 4, 2019. Vancouver Sun.  

Cadesky, E. Alexa, why is my doctor so conflicted about technology? August 15, 2019. Vancouver Sun.  

Cadesky, E. The Surrey Board of Trade shouldn't help anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. build his brand. July 11, 2019. CBC News.   

Cadesky, E. (2019.) Members, mosaics, and master agreements: a year to remember. BCMJ 61(4): 161. 

Cadesky, E. (2019.) Populism and the death (and rebirth) or medical associations. BCMJ 61(4): 159. 


Cadesky, E. (2019.) Are doctors territorial? When it comes to quality care we better be. BCMJ 61 (3): 109, 112. 

Cadesky, E. (2019.) Let’s be real: we need more failure. BCMJ 61(2): 63-64. 

Cadesky, E. (2019.)Endangered species: how to save ourselves. BCMJ 61(1): 10-11. 

Cadesky, E. (2018.)Home and the holidays: on family, friends, and physicians. BCMJ 60(10): 481. 

Cadesky, E. (2018.) Come together, right now: why diversity matters. BCMJ 60(9): 427 

Cadesky, E. (2018.) Innovation is everywhere. Why isn’t it here? BCMJ 60(8): 389. 

Cadesky, E. (2018.) Pseudeodscience, anti-science and woo: this this it’s personal.  60(7): 343. 

Cadesky, E. (2018.) Doctors in a dangerous time. BCMJ, 60(6): 287.  

Cadesky, E. Doctors working to improve care for residential care patients. June 30, 2018. Vancouver Sun. 

Cadesky, E. Sometimes a curtain. Canadian Medical Association Journal, December 11, 2017 189 (49) E1532; DOI:

Cadesky, E, Ho, K. Digital Health: the promise, practice, and rhetoric of telehealth in BC, British Columbia Medical Journal, 

Cadesky, E. Spotlight. Canadian Medical Association Journal, May 13, 2014 (186): 616-617.

Cadesky, E. Perfect Formation. British Columbia Medical Journal, May 4, 2014 (56): 206.

Cadesky, E. The Little Red Box (Gifts of the Season). Canadian Medical Association Journal, December 18, 2012 (184): 2025.

Cadesky, E. Just terrific. Canadian Medical Association Journal. August 7, 2012 (184): 1284-5.

Cadesky E. White Coat Revisited. (2010) Canadian Medical Association Journal, 182, 316.

Cadesky E. (2009.) Four seasons in one day. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 180 (3): 324.

Cadesky E. (2007.)You never forget. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 176: 501.

Cadesky E. (2007.) A grand seduction indeed. Family Physician, April 2007, 244.

Cadesky E. (2005.) Of scrubs and rats. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 172: 521.

Cadesky E. (2005.) One year later: My personal and professional journey in starting a family medicine student interest group. Canadian Family Physician, 51: 918-921.

Cadesky E, Borst S. (2002)  Harry Potter MD: Magic is alive and well in medical school. Student British Medical Journal, 10: 30.

Cadesky E. (2001)  Are placebo-controlled studies ethical in psychiatric research? McGill Journal of Medicine, 6: 56-60.         

Cadesky EB, Mota VL, Schachar RJ. (2000)  Beyond words: How do children with ADHD and/or conduct problems process nonverbal information about affect? Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 39(9): 1160-7.


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