Ripudaman Singh Minhas

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Ripudaman Singh Minhas is a developmental pediatrician working in the Women’s and Children’s Health Program at Unity Health Toronto, University of Toronto. He is a cis-male Indo-Canadian Sikh and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Toronto. He was born in India and currently resides in Brampton.

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by Seema Marwaha Sabina Vohra-Miller Ripudaman Singh Minhas

Breaking the cycle of racism and bias in health care

COVID-19 has laid bare racial disparities in health. Three medical professionals talk about the structural racism in health care they have seen during the pandemic – and what needs to be done to address it.

by Chandandeep Kaur Bal Ripudaman Singh Minhas

As COVID ravages the diaspora, Canadian children of South Asian descent are in crisis

South Asian youth are struggling during COVID-19. Here are the supports they need right away.

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