UofTMed Trailblazers

Celebrating Our Trailblazers

Communities of Support

Supporting Diversity Through Community

Lisa and Jason

Honouring Transformative Work in Indigenous Health

UTMed_S17

UofTMed Summer 2017

Can we talk about physician mental health?

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Research with stem cells in Peter Zandstra's laboratory

Special Delivery: Stem Cells

From the Dean

Dean Trevor Young,

MD, PhD, FRCPC, FCAHS

Help Yourself to Help Others

"Self-care is not selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel." These words, penned by writer and social gerontologist Eleanor Brownn, ring true for people caring for loved ones or helping others solve problems. But they also resonate in medical education.

Professor Patricia Houston is our Vice Dean, MD Program. As we begin year two of our new Foundations Curriculum, she discusses recent changes in our approach to teaching, learning and wellness that are helping our medical students thrive.

Read the Message from Professor Patricia Houston

Mondays in The Star:

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How to keep kids active and off screens in summer

Canadian summer months can be fleeting, so why not take advantage of the weather and get your kids outside? Dr. Paul Cantarutti of the Department of Family & Community Medicine and Southlake Regional Health Centre suggests some strategies to keep kids active.

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