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I'm an award winning Canadian journalist for nearly four decades. I’ve worked at six daily newspapers, and for 25 years, I was the medical/health issues reporter for The Vancouver Sun and other newspapers in Canada’s largest newspaper chain. My professional development has been assisted with numerous fellowships awarded by the Association of Health Care Journalists, New York Times Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and Knight Science Journalism. I’ve received training in various aspects of medical journalism at Columbia University (neuroscience), MIT (medical evidence and digital science journalism), Mount Sinai Medical Center (aging) and Dartmouth College medical school (Medicine in the Media).
I graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in journalism and attended Queen’s University law school on a one-year legal journalism fellowship from the Canadian Bar Association.
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Can 6 Minutes of Intense Cycling Put the Brakes on Alzheimer's? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/986886
An important thread by @DrRitaMc on the family doctor shortage:
To fix the #FamilyDoctorShortage...
do we need?
The math should be simple, right?
A 🧵 to explain
why we need a whole
new math equation
fix the problem of
equitable access to
Annual COVID-19 booster? FDA cliff notes https://yourlocalepidemiologist.substack.com/p/annual-covid-19-booster-fda-cliff
The clouds cooperating here so that the snow capped mountaintops can sparkle! #bcferries #pacificnorthwest #horseshoebay
What are the political reasons why the BC govt won’t allow physician assistants? Because they aren’t unionized supporters of the NDP?
I’ve never been able to figure this out. #bcpoli #bchealth
“We have many physician assistants that want to move to British Columbia if only Minister Adrian Dix would let them and let physicians hire help. I need help,” said Nataros.
@adriandix @Dave_Eby @KevinFalcon @SoniaFurstenau
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