Ontario’s healthcare crisis, the pandemic, staffing shortages, and a lack of support results in nursing student burnout.
AnalysisHealthLocal NewsNewsPandemicStudentsTop stories
AccessibilityFinanceHealthNewsOn CampusStudentsTMU NewsTuition
TMU Says Wait Times Will Improve If Students Pay More for Health Care — Will They?
8.5% of students voted to increase student health service fees by 888%.
‘We Need to Act Now’: OMA Sounds the Alarm over Doctor, Hospital Bed Shortages
Ontario Medical Association panel says buckling healthcare system could see short-term improvements if 3 immediate steps taken.
Community NewsCOVID-19Featured StoryHealthLocal NewsNewsPandemic
Mural Celebrating Nurses Unveiled at Dundas and Bond
The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) has unveiled a 18-storey mural dedicated to nurses across Canada. The project is a “reminder to people in Canada of the immense role nurses have…
AccessibilityEducationFeaturesHealthPrescribing PerspectivesTopTop stories
How a lack of cultural competency in mental health care is failing BIPOC communities
Racialized individuals face greater barriers to mental health support despite having worse mental health than their non-racialized counterparts. How can cultural competency training alleviate the problem?
COVID-19HealthOpinionRelationshipsStudentsThe World After COVID-19Top storiesVoices
From the frontlines: a look into the lives of health-care workers a year into the pandemic
For my family and others living with health-care workers, March 2020 never stopped The moment my mom saw her hospital unit’s COVID-19 vaccine sign-up sheet she told me it felt…