Saskatchewan’s only Royal College-certified geriatrician shares her efforts to support older patients and insights on how to provide better care.
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This October, our new federal government will be decided by election. Leading up to voting day, the Royal College is calling for action in four areas that are critical to support improved access to specialty care in Canada.
For some victims of human trafficking in Canada, interactions with the health care system may be their only chance to break free. Getting help might start with a guarded patient accompanied by someone answering all questions, a nurse noticing a cigarette burn or a doctor seeing the “branding” marks traffickers […]
“I’m actually optimistic that when I’m older we’ll have even more great doctors with a passion for taking care of older adults. I think there is no better job, to be honest with you.”
“We ask, ‘How do I help the whole person and how do I help the family?’ If you like that level of complexity, not dealing with just one system or one organ, then this is a field for you.”