What happened in long-term care homes during COVID-19 was “a dark mark” in Ontario’s history. Geriatrician and Early-Career Award recipient, Dr. Nathan Stall, is influencing policy and system-level change so that it never happens again.
Dr. Olivier Mailloux’s military training proves invaluable for his work bringing change to rural practice
Dr. Olivier Mailloux has shaken up rural practice, improving longitudinal care, building up an academic culture, encouraging resident placements and reviving St. John Ambulance. Read more about this Early-Career Award recipient.
Dr. Teresa Chan is energized by finding new ways to communicate, mentor and share knowledge. Using a mix of traditional and unconventional means, this Early-Career Award recipient has proven her tactics to be effective.
A mission trip to Guatemala sparked a newfound passion to serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and asylum seekers. Dr. Cécile Rousseau is our 2021 Teasdale-Corti recipient.
A dedicated mentor, Dr. Marcia Anderson is known for her commitment to Indigenous learners and her passion for health system reform.
Dr. Susan Moffatt-Bruce announces the recipients of the Royal College’s 2020 National Awards.