Alexandra Akinfiresoye has found that General Internal Medicine was a bit like doing everything
The second annual Saskatchewan Change Day will be celebrated on Nov. 5, 2015. To mark the final 30 days of the campaign, the Health Quality Council (HQC) has launched an initiative called 30 Days of Collective Change. http://blog.hqc.sk.ca/hqcchange/
University of Saskatchewan (U of S) student Scott Adams has been named a 2015 recipient of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Award for medical students.
CHAMPS has brought together children who have had heart surgery from across the province to provide them with the opportunity to do something they may never have felt comfortable doing otherwise: playing the way other kids their age get to without fear.
Through my residency here in P.A. I found out the more I stayed and practiced here, the more this was the right fit for me.
The Health Quality Council (HQC) is collaborating with researchers from the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) on several projects that could directly impact the health of residents in this province.
It’s not easy being a medical student.
Despite a busy academic schedule, and the demands placed on her as the president of the Student Medical Society of Saskatchewan, Jillian Kerry still found the time to teach yoga twice a week, and more recently, get involved with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Canada.
Dr. Petty recently returned to the CoM and Royal University as a visiting lecturer presenting and teaching sessions to faculty, students, patients and their families.
When you talk physician recruitment and retention in Saskatchewan, and in Canada for that matter, the term “rural and remote” is often used, but what does it actually mean? In Saskatchewan places like Saskatoon and Regina and their outlying communities would not fall into this category, which begs the question, which ones would?
The Master of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Saskatchewan has been awarded full accreditation through to April 30, 2021. This follows a thorough review conducted by Physiotherapy Education Accreditation Canada (PEAC), the accrediting agency for physiotherapy education programs in Canada.
The Master of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Saskatchewan has been awarded full accreditation through to April 30, 2021
The work being done at the brain bank, and the research potential that goes along with it, are subjects that the CoM is quite proud of.
Eighty-three students are expected to graduate this June with an MD degree from the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine and go on to pursue postgraduate training.
University of Saskatchewan researcher Scot Leary has begun to shed light on a little-understood process critical to life
Dr. Franco Vizeacoumar and his team are working on building a ‘Google-map’ of cancer cells with the help of a high-tech robotic imaging platform
The Healthy Food Booth program is being run by Rac, Beresh, Peterson, and Sarah Finch (Registered Dietitian and a PhD candidate)
This story is Part 1 of a series with SaskDocs profiling College of Medicine grads working in Saskatchewan.
In October Howland was awarded the New Researcher of the Year award for his work in behavioural neuroscience.
Hunter received one of the top 4 poster awards for presentation of her research at the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. in Nov, 2014