Pooja Gandhi

Contributor

Pooja Gandhi is a speech and language pathologist and PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. Passionate about graphic medicine and an artist by her second calling, Pooja is co-developer of the Health Care in Hues series, focused on bringing narratives and perspectives from the pandemic to life through graphic medicine.

6 Contributions
by Pooja Gandhi Arnav Agarwal

Health Care in Hues: Confusion remains a pandemic threat

Mixed messaging has been rampant throughout the pandemic and continues today. This has threatened public confidence in political and scientific leadership.

by Pooja Gandhi Arnav Agarwal

Health Care in Hues: Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

Where we as physicians and health-care providers strive to provide holistic care for our patients, our ability to impact their health and well-being is rooted in our ability to understand their perspectives and day-to-day challenges.

by Pooja Gandhi Arnav Agarwal

Health Care in Hues: Navigating Changing Tides

Our latest installment of Health Care in Hues, a monthly feature that uses art to comment on the state of health care in Canada.

by Arnav Agarwal Pooja Gandhi

Health Care in Hues: The Vaccine Waiting Game

Our latest installment of Health Care in Hues, a monthly feature that uses art to comment on the state of healthcare in Canada.

by Pooja Gandhi Arnav Agarwal

Health Care in Hues: 2020 in Review

We end 2020, however, with hope as impressive scientific advances have allowed the rapid production and dissemination of highly effective vaccines – and the opportunity to turn the page to an optimistic 2021.

by Pooja Gandhi Arnav Agarwal

Health Care in Hues: Our Wild Ride

The pandemic continues to dominate medical, public health, economic and societal scenes internationally, and many countries are continuing to experience the multi-faceted adverse effects of COVID-19.

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