“I got all those opioids from one doctor. He cared about me a lot, but he didn’t know how to deal with me."
"My goal in life is mental health."The Score: 8
- In health care, do the people in power reflect the people they serve?
WIth the current emphasis on patient-centred care, one would expect hospital boards in Ontario—and those of the LHINs—to look like the communities they serve. But they don't.The Score: 0
- "Physician, heal thyself" is terrible advice—we need to look after each other
Trina Larsen SolesThe Score: 0
- Is it true there are five types of diabetes, not two?The Score: 0
"For me, as a daughter, it’s the hardest thing to watch your own mother in chronic pain and you can’t do anything."
"My mom has a chronic pain. She cries daily."The Score: 8
- In Ontario, do walk-in clinics complement—or compete with—primary care?
They duplicate service and offer little in the way of doctor-patient relationship. But for some Ontario patients, walk-in clinics are a critical option.The Score: 0
"The challenge in Canada is the failure to acknowledge the impact of racism or white supremacist logic in health care."
"Providers downplay the role of racism."The Score: 0
- There's nothing funny about leaving Indigenous voices out of the pharmacare discussion
Halima Al-HatimyThe Score: 0
- Call Me Maybe? Education Outcomes and Duty Hours & Physician Experience and MortalityThe Score: 0
- Medical students who don't match through CaRMS: "It's like a scarlet letter"
The number of Canadian medical graduates who go unmatched for residencies has been rising year over year. Why is this happening and what needs to change?The Score: 0
- In our rush to offer "McMedicine," do we even know what patients really want?
Kamila PremjiThe Score: 0