Resident

  • Medicine involves leadership―Dr. Gigi Osler says ‘let’s lead the way’

    Medicine involves leadership―Dr. Gigi Osler says ‘let’s lead the way’

    Canadian Medical Association President Dr. Gigi Osler says when it comes to physician leadership, it’s time to change our mindsets.

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  • 4 tips for adopting an innovation mindset

    4 tips for adopting an innovation mindset

    For those who not only want to be prepared for the fast-changing landscape in health care, but who actually want to be active adopters, disrupters and influencers.

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  • Meet emerging physician innovator Dr. Nada Gawad1:40

    Meet emerging physician innovator Dr. Nada Gawad

    In 2018, resident physician Dr. Nada Gawad received a Joule Innovation grant for her social initiative, the My On Call (MOC) Pager App, which aims to to improve patient safety.

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  • Meet emerging physician innovators Drs. Alex Bilbily and Latif Murji2:38

    Meet emerging physician innovators Drs. Alex Bilbily and Latif Murji

    In 2018, medical residents and innovators Drs. Alex Bilbily and Latif Murji both received Joule Innovation grants for their respective initiatives.

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  • What can tiny fish teach us about cancer research?

    What can tiny fish teach us about cancer research?

    Zebrafish have been making a splash in cancer research―that’s because they lead to more personalized treatments and reduced side effects. What do these tiny vertebrates and humans have in common?

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  • The future is voice first

    The future is voice first

    We’re all familiar with Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant―but have you thought about how voice first technology can be applied in health care?

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  • How the backbone of care is changing

    How the backbone of care is changing

    For this physician on a volunteer trip in post-earthquake Haiti, scarcity created opportunity. Learn the story behind Cloud DX from Dr. Sonny Kohli.

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  • Time to embrace the promise of virtual health care

    Time to embrace the promise of virtual health care

    (via CMAJ News)

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  • Why are fax machines still the norm in 21st-century health care?

    Why are fax machines still the norm in 21st-century health care?

    (via the Globe and Mail)

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  • Advice from an editor-in-chief: how to avoid information overload

    Advice from an editor-in-chief: how to avoid information overload

    With an abundance of clinical information available at our fingertips at all times, it’s easy to get overwhelmed―so how do you keep up without compromising the quality of care?

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  • A transformative experience for students and residents

    A transformative experience for students and residents

    On this episode of Boldly, we speak our TEDMED ambassadors, two medical students and two residents, as they reflect on their time at the world-renown conference.

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  • How collaboration shaped my experience with innovation

    How collaboration shaped my experience with innovation

    Early in my practice, I noticed a pattern that was going to sink our health care system if we didn’t address it.

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  • How ‘smart speakers’ like Google Home revolutionize the OR experience

    How ‘smart speakers’ like Google Home revolutionize the OR experience

    (via AI in Healthcare)

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  • Virtual care by 2020—bring it on

    Virtual care by 2020—bring it on

    We're working to virtually improve care delivery by 2020...are you?

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  • How to modernize Canada’s health care in the digital age

    How to modernize Canada’s health care in the digital age

    (via the Globe and Mail)

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  • Consumers are on board with virtual health options. Can the health care system deliver?

    Consumers are on board with virtual health options. Can the health care system deliver?

    (via Deloitte)

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  • There must be a better way: medical innovation and adoption

    There must be a better way: medical innovation and adoption

    Despite advances in medical science, much of what makes up the system has not changed since its inception in the 1950s and 1960s. There must be a better way.

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  • Throwing patients a lifeline

    Throwing patients a lifeline

    Game changing technologies promise accessible care

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