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If you couldn't attend the excellent virtual event hosted by UHN's Krembil Institute to mark International Day of Women and Girls in Science,
be sure to watch the recording. It was riveting to hear Drs. Tina Felfeli (Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute), Nikita Looby (Schroeder Arthritis Institute), and Nardin Samuel (Krembil Brain Institute), and moderator Dr. Chika Stacy Oriuwa discuss what inspired them to enter their respective fields. More than 4,000 students from around the world signed up for the event.
Watch online and
read UHN News for more.
Journalists from The Toronto Star recently spent 12 hours on the night shift at Toronto Western Hospital emergency department (ED), resulting in a four-page spread over the weekend. The story and powerful photos capture the dedication and professionalism of TeamUHN members serving in one of the city's busiest EDs, from doctors and nurses to security staff, as well as the challenges they confront. My thanks to the ED team and all those involved in facilitating this project.
Read the story at The Toronto Star.
And now… our video of the week. In
this clip, we spend the morning with a UHN Surgical Resident in celebration of
Resident Doctors Appreciation Week.
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