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A new tradition has been created in memory of the founding director of the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Donald Doehring.
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“This is going to be a good food weekend fo sho,” wrote Jason Chan, BSc, MDCM’11, on Instagram in October. “We are in Montreal for Homecoming weekend and hitting up all our favorite places. #kazu #porkbowl #chirachi #montreal #mcgillalumni.”
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Homecoming 2016 by the numbers! (p.s. The dates for Homecoming 2017 have been announced: Thursday, October 12 to Saturday, October 14.)
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“Prevention will always beat cure,” says Catherine Limperopoulos, BSc(OT)’92, MSc’97, PhD’02, a pioneer in MRI research of the developing brain.
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“Often people say that someone chooses homelessness, but when someone chooses homelessness, it’s because Option A is worse. So you have to ask you yourself, what was Option A?” says Jessica Sherman, MSc(A)’10.
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The plan was ambitious. Rally all hospitals across the United States around one goal: A 40% reduction in preventable harm and a 20% reduction in 30-day readmissions by the end of 2014.
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You have to learn how to talk to someone with aphasia, says Dr. Guylaine Le Dorze, MSc(A)’79. And who better to teach that than a speech language pathologist?
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For fifty years, it was mistakenly thought that the secret to treating acute brain injury lay in understanding vasopasm, narrowing of the arteries. That was until Sherry Chou, BSc, MDCM’01, came along.
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“The informed consent strategy is based on the old model that doctors decide for you. The new model is the one of informed patient choice,” says John Wennberg, MDCM’61.
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We speak to Karen M. Beckermann, MSc(A)’90, Associate Director, Vaccine Preventable Diseases, Toronto Public Health, about refugees, the long reach of Wilson Hall, and why nurses rock.
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