Transplant star, Hamza Haq talks about the importance of diversity in health care and how his role as Bashir encourages conversation on representation in the health industry.
MCC 360 is a comprehensive continuing professional development program that evaluates physicians’ workplace performance as communicators, collaborators and professionalism.
Diversify the workforce is more than just a quota, it is the means to better patient care and inclusion of communities is only going to contribute to it.
The Canadian Nurses Foundation’s documentary film, “The Journey,” follows the work of three young Indigenous nurses, all CNF award recipients, each driven by a desire to care for their people and bridge gaps in the health care system.
There’s high demand in the orthotists and prosthetists profession,
which is perfect for people who love to help find solutions to challenges and work with their hands.
The team at Bruyère is committed to improving their patients’ and residents’ quality of life. Ange Habiyambere shares her story and how she is making an impact.
Ground-breaking new contact tracing wearable Bluetooth tech – TraceSCAN can help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and prevent outbreaks.
Canadore College, located in North Bay, ON, is delivering health and human care programs in a revolutionary way.
Proud Northern Alumni shares how their close knit community built character and advanced career goals.
Technology is transforming every aspect of society, including health care. The Michener Institute of Education’s new Digital Health and Data Analytics Program is anticipating and preparing professionals for the new needs of the health sector.
It’s undeniable that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted employment in Canada. To assist students and graduates in these difficult times, BioTalent Canada has expanded its wage subsidies beyond the bioscience industry to include the wider health care industry.
The University of Toronto Scarborough Arts & Science Co-op is partnering with and helping health care organizations find the best, most qualified co-op students that are ready to make an impact in the health sector.