Dafna Izenberg

Contributor

Dafna is the Managing editor of special projects at Maclean’s Magazine.

24 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 Dafna Izenberg Francine Buchanan Maureen Taylor

ABA therapy and autism: What is it, and does it work?

by Dafna Izenberg

Measles: Who is at risk and what they can do

by Dafna Izenberg Francine Buchanan Ngozi Iroanyah

How public funding has changed IVF in Ontario

by Dafna Izenberg Zeeshan Ansari Joshua Tepper

Generalism is the essence of family medicine. How does specialization fit in?

by Dafna Izenberg Ryan Hinds Ngozi Iroanyah

Should hospital staff be allowed to use their phones for personal reasons?

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.

by Dafna Izenberg Ryan Hinds Joshua Tepper

Where should Ontario’s 30,000 new long-term beds go?

by Dafna Izenberg Francine Buchanan Claude Lurette

Direct Funding means freedom for many people with disabilities. Is it accessible enough?

by Dafna Izenberg Ngozi Iroanyah Serena Thompson

Uninsured patients in Ontario: People get sicker, the system pays more

by Dafna Izenberg Ryan Hinds

How patients are changing health care accreditation

by Dafna Izenberg Zeeshan Ansari Joshua Tepper

Early intervention in schizophrenia saves lives. But are enough people receiving it?

by Dafna Izenberg Joshua Tepper

How FOAM is revolutionizing medical education

by Seema Marwaha Dafna Izenberg

Why are kids waiting so long for mental health services?

by Dafna Izenberg Maureen Taylor

In health care, do the people in power reflect the people they serve?

by Dafna Izenberg Francine Buchanan

In Ontario, do walk-in clinics complement—or compete with—primary care?

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