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Resident Survey Reveals Much Satisfaction But Important Problems

As Chief of Emergency Medicine at St. Michael’s Hospital, Professor Glen Bandiera has a frontline view of the stresses and strains at play in a busy teaching hospital. For medical residents – MD grads who are training for another 2-7 years in their chosen specialty – the stakes are high and the environment can be more than stressful.
Oct 5 / 2017

U of T Health Accelerator H2i Breaks Down 'Walls' with Innovation-Focused Networking Event

More than 200 health researchers, students and industry professionals – many connected to the University of Toronto – gathered at JLABS @ Toronto Monday for an interdisciplinary networking event designed to spark innovation and entrepreneurship.
Oct 4 / 2017

Faces of U of T Medicine: Damien Noone

As a child in rural Ireland, Damien Noone didn’t dare to imagine he’d be a doctor when he grew up. As a teenager, a conversation with one of his high school teachers opened Noone’s eyes to the possibility. 
Oct 4 / 2017

André Picard, UofTMed Researchers on Insulin and Future of Diabetes

André Picard joined leading U of T diabetes clinicians and researchers this week at Faculty of Medicine event UofTMedTalks, exploring advances in diabetes care almost 100 years after the discovery of insulin.
Sep 29 / 2017

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Burnout, suicide, depression, and the emotional effects of mistakes. We address physician wellness in the next issue of UofTMed magazine, out May 30.

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