Paul Taylor

Contributor

Paul Taylor is a health journalist and former Patient Navigation Advisor at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, where he provided advice and answered questions from patients and their families. Paul will continue to write occasional columns for Healthy Debate.

179 Contributions
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Patient Navigator: Do COVID vaccines work for people on immune-suppressing drugs?

People who take immune-suppressing drugs appear to be less protected by COVID vaccines than others – but ongoing research suggests there may be other ways for this group to stay safe.

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Patient Navigator: Hospital program aims to boost vaccination rate among health-care workers

Paul Taylor responds to people asking why hospitals aren't requiring health-care workers to get vaccinated – or get placed on unpaid leave.

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Patient Navigator: Will we need annual COVID-19 shots?

Will we need annual COVID-19 shots the way we need yearly flu shots? Paul Taylor explains what we do and don't know about how variants will affect vaccination efforts in the long term.

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COVID variants: Evolution at work

Why are the new variants of the coronavirus so contagious and how can I protect myself from them?

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I had COVID a few weeks ago. Am I immune now?

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Choosing the best option for hip surgery

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Are we ready for a second wave?

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Would you get a COVID-19 vaccine?

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