Spring issue features focus on Indigenous health care Becky Neckoway featured in Spring ’18 issue: ‘If you’re willing to work for it, you can do anything’ LU researcher gets $2 million to study Aboriginal kids’ health issues Nursing stations equipped with i-STAT devices
NOSM hosting info session on program admissions

NOSM hosting info session on program admissions

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) will be hosting an information session for individuals interested in applying to the MD Program. These sessions are held annually, in conjunction with… Read more »

Dr. Andreas Laupacis: How to deliver better health care? Ask the patient

Dr. Andreas Laupacis: How to deliver better health care? Ask the patient

Dr. Andreas Laupacis, a palliative care physician at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital, guest of HSN Speaker Series. As reported in sudbury.com Health Sciences North hosted its second instalment of its… Read more »

NOSM connects with US university to improve First Nations health and education opportunities

NOSM connects with US university to improve First Nations health and education opportunities

Northern Ontario School of Medicine establishes cross-border project to improve opportunities for First Nation, Metis and Native American populations The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) and University of Minnesota… Read more »

NDP respond to HSN cuts

NDP respond to HSN cuts

NDP health critic, France Gélinas Following news that Sudbury’s Health Sciences North intends to cut 76 more full-time jobs in order to balance the books, Ontario NDP health critic, France… Read more »

Jeremy Stevenson: ONE will help make delivering quality care more seamless

Jeremy Stevenson: ONE will help make delivering quality care more seamless

Jeremy Stevenson, North East LHIN CEO and Gary Sims, Executive Sponsor to the ONE Initiative (also President and CEO of Blanche River Partnership – an integration of Englehart and Kirkland… Read more »

Job cuts part of the HSN ’18/’19 budget

Job cuts part of the HSN ’18/’19 budget

Implementation of the approved budget will not begin until NELHIN conducts by a third party validation of the approved budget as well as a systemic review of the pressures the… Read more »

A focus on francophone health

A focus on francophone health

From April 5-7, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) held its sixth Francophone Symposium at Laurentian University. Among the 100 participants were health professionals, health organizations, NOSM students and… Read more »

MPP introduces bill to amend organ donation act

MPP introduces bill to amend organ donation act

— On March 29, MPP France Gélinas introduced the Peter Kormos Memorial Act (Trillium Gift of Life Network Amendment) to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Kormos’ passing. An ardent supporter… Read more »

sudbury.com reports Sudbury MPP to meet with health minister about HSN financial issues

sudbury.com reports Sudbury MPP to meet with health minister about HSN financial issues

Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault says he’s lobbying to get the hospital the money it needs to avoid cuts 90 By Carol Mulligan, for Sudbury.com Sudbury Liberal MPP Glenn Thibeault says… Read more »

Thibeault: More care for seniors and their caregivers

Thibeault: More care for seniors and their caregivers

Budget 2018 offers money to help seniors stay in their homes, make prescription drugs free for seniors. As announced in the 2018 Budget, Ontario will invest $1 billion over three… Read more »

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