Chika Oriuwa


Chika Stacy Oriuwa is a medical student at the University of Toronto who is completing her MD/MSc with a concentration in System Leadership and Innovation. She has a keen interest in health care reform pertaining to the intersections of race and gender within medicine.

6 Contributions
by Zeeshan Ansari Chika Oriuwa Dafna Izenberg Kate Peiyin Zhang

What are medical schools doing to admit more poor students?

by Dafna Izenberg Chika Oriuwa Joshua Tepper

The military provides health care to its members, but not their families

by Sabah Khan Ngozi Iroanyah Chika Oriuwa

Do patients with mental illness receive sub-standard care in hospital?

by Tarun Rahman Christine Miskonoodinkwe Smith Chika Oriuwa

Canada’s plan to eliminate tuberculosis in Inuit communities: Will it be enough?

by Dafna Izenberg Chika Oriuwa Maureen Taylor

Why is there a gender wage gap in Canadian medicine?

In Canada, there is very limited published data comparing earnings by gender, and many people question how a wage gap is possible in a system where the primary payment model is fee-for-service.

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