Point–of-Care Ultrasound at SHN is changing Emergency care for the better Danielle Lucky is passionate about helping people. It’s why she loves working in the Emergency department (ED) – where people come when they need help the most. When a… Read more »
Back in the day, when major mining properties were being discovered, workers would follow. Town sites would pop up. Think of Cobalt, Timmins, Kirkland Lake and Elliott Lake. Merchants, engineers, bankers, lawyers, teachers, and even homebuilders would arrive to set… Read more »
Watch Maureen Taylor’s January 26 appearance on The Weekly with Wendy Mesley talking about misinformation around the coronavirus (jump to the 6:30 mark). You can also read the related article here. Prior to pursuing her PA career in Infectious Diseases, Maureen… Read more »
At a time when hospitals and clinics across Canada are overburdened by rising demand for health care, there are concerns health authorities are overlooking one possible solution: physician assistants (PAs)… read more.
When Captain Monica Phillips, a Regular Forces Physician Assistant, received her posting to HMCS Ottawa she knew it was coming with an added experience. For the first time in their more than 20-year careers, Capt Phillips and her brother Petty Officer… Read more »