Curious Silences in Healthcare Policy and Research by Jennifer Zelmer

As Sherlock Holmes did in The Adventure of Silver Blaze, André Picard, health reporter and columnist at The Globe and Mail, recently drew attention to the importance of reflecting on curious silences. During a January 2018 panel, he encouraged focus on issues that may go unreported or understudied, not just those regularly in the headlines.

Every Monday, I am reminded of one such issue. I start the week by volunteering in a program for people who are experiencing chronic pain. Their stories of how being in pain affects their lives are powerful, as is their drive to find a path forward. Read more here.




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Healthcare Quarterly Vol. 20, No. 4, 2018 


Breakfast with the Chiefs - Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - Toronto, ON

Digital Health for the Community Clinician: Resolution or Revolution?

Sarah Hutchison, CEO, OntarioMD and Darren Larsen, CMIO, OntarioMD


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