IMELF is an invitational meeting that brings together global thought leaders, influencers and decision-makers to talk about common issues and trends in medical education, to share ideas and to formulate solutions.
We can all benefit from up-to-date knowledge on the benefits and risks of opioid prescriptions, and encourage our patients to be informed on their medication use.
In just a few days, on July 1, medical schools across Canada will launch a new approach to medical education that is years in the making (you could even say 100 years in the making, depending on how you measure it).
Together, Dr. Jason Pennington and Dr. Lisa Richardson are the winners of our 2017 Dr. Thomas Dignan Indigenous Health Award.
Last Friday, we hosted our annual NSS-Human Resources for Health Dialogue. Here’s a bystander view of what was discussed.
Please join me in congratulating our newest award winners. Their stories serve as a good reminder that we all have the capacity to use our skills and talents to make a difference in the lives of others.