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Dr. Henry Li
Resident Physician Blogs

Exploring New Opportunities in Residency

Posted on September 13, 2021 by Dr. Henry Li

Exploring New Opportunities in Residency

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Dr. Daniel Koerber
Resident Physician Blogs

Western Medicine

Posted on August 16, 2021 by Dr. Daniel Koerber

If you are new to your program like me, know that you are not alone. The transition is a difficult one, but I know that you too will become more comfortable and confident with time.

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Dr. Lauren Bilinsky
Resident Physician Blogs

Pandemics – Catalysts of Change

Posted on July 15, 2021 by Dr. Lauren Bilinsky

We are now the “pandemic generation” of resident physicians. Like those generations before us who were shaped by major world events – Spanish Flu, international wars, AIDS – our careers will be shaped by the cultural and technological changes that have swept us up over the past year and a half.

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Dr. Amro Qaddoura
Resident Physician Blogs

Hope for the Rest of 2021 & the Academic Year

Posted on June 24, 2021 by Dr. Amro Qaddoura

Overall, the outlook for the second half of 2021 and the coming academic year are positive and hopeful. I, for one, am looking forward to the rest of 2021 with (cautious) optimism.

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Dr. Munaha Mostofa
Resident Physician Blogs

Matching & Moving: My CaRMS Experience

Posted on April 15, 2021 by Dr. Munaha Mostofa

CaRMS season has officially come to an end and I’ve been spending many evenings as of late having lengthy discussions with friends who were going through the match process, helping them decide what they want the next phase of their lives to look like.

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Dr. Florence Chan
Resident Physician Blogs

Maintaining relationships during residency

Posted on March 17, 2021 by Dr. Florence Chan

Every relationship requires nurturing in order to thrive. So how exactly can we spend the quality time that each of our relationships deserves, without feeling like we might be compromising the quality of our work?

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Dr. Kieran Steer
Resident Physician Blogs

Supporting One Another: Interpersonal Wellness and the Science of Kindness

Posted on February 22, 2021 by Dr. Kieran Steer

There’s reason to believe that interpersonal interactions may be an important and overlooked component of organizational wellness initiatives. Alongside the massive institutional overhauls and policy rewriting, simple efforts that empower people to enrich their day-to-day collegial interactions may be an effective and simple method to improve workplace wellness.

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Dr. Hamna Tariq
Resident Physician Blogs

Looking Ahead in 2021

Posted on January 14, 2021 by Dr. Hamna Tariq

While many people love making resolutions for the new year, I dropped the notion that it has to be a new year in order to work on myself. Instead, I’d like to share the things that I am looking forward to in 2021 (in no particular order).

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Dr. Annie Duan
Resident Physician Blogs

These Are a Few of my Favourite (2020) Things

Posted on December 17, 2020 by Dr. Annie Duan

When I was asked to write a reflection of 2020, I started with a month-to-month play of 2020, which turned into a shockingly miserable diary of complaints. So scratch that – in the spirit of Julie Andrews, these are a few of my favourite (2020) things instead.

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