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Written by Dr. Mark J. Eisenberg, Professor of Medicine at McGill University and Director of the MDCM-PhD Program, the recently published e-book Case Studies in Interventional Cardiology includes first-hand accounts of 50 cases with unusual presentations and complications from the cardiac catheterization laboratory.
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Dr. Anne Andermann, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University, has been named to the federal government’s National Advisory Council on Poverty. The announcement was made August 21, 2019.“I am looking forward to working together with like-minded colleagues to make recommendations for systemic and structural changes that will ensure that the most basic human needs, such as food, shelter and personal safety, can be a reality for all Canadians, and particularly, for all of our kids,” she says.
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On Tuesday, August 20, 179 Medical students started the four-year McGill Faculty of Medicine MDCM Program. The students have taken the first of many steps along the path to becoming family doctors, pediatricians, microbiologists, surgeons or other medical specialists.
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It’s been a whirlwind 12 months for McGill’s Goodman Cancer Research Centre. The GCRC spearheaded the launch of two consortiums that promise to improve patient care in Montreal and across Quebec. And those initiatives helped lay the groundwork for last month’s announcement by the Government of Canada that it will invest $150 million over five years to create the nation-wide Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres network.
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From August 5 to 9, 2019, Montreal was host to the Canadian Vascular Network Summer School in Vascular Health with a focus on Sex Differences in Heart and Brain Health.  Organized and designed by a number of McGill Faculty of Medicine members, led by Drs. Louise Pilote and Ernesto Schiffrin, with Drs. Edith Hamel and Stella Daskalopoulou as curriculum committee members, the five-day event was attended by 50 graduate student research trainees and 30 faculty members from across Canada and the United Kingdom.
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Students, faculty, staff, family and friends are encouraged to register now and join the Faculty of Medicine team for the September 15 Terry Fox run, putting interprofessionalism into practice for a great cause.
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The Neuro was saddened to learn of the passing of long-time Neuro supporter David L. Torrey on July 16, 2019. He leaves behind a strong legacy as both a successful Montreal businessman and a dedicated volunteer and philanthropist.
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Our dedicated faculty members are the heartbeat of the Ingram School of Nursing (ISoN). Learn more about McGill Nursing educators via Focus on McGill Nursing Faculty. In recognition of #NationalNursingWeek and #MentalHealthWeek, Marjorie Montreuil shares her passion for mental health nursing and much more. Marjorie has clinical experience as a mental health nurse and clinical nurse specialist, both at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute. Within her program of research, she seeks to advance knowledge and practices in child mental health to address ethical issues of high relevance to clinical care. Marjorie joined the ISoN team of faculty members as an assistant professor in 2018.
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The IPC services count several successful projects that have not only helped bring down rates of infection and kept patients healthier but also prevented outbreaks, saved money in hospitalization costs and won accolades. Essential to their achievement is a multidisciplinary approach based on the collaboration between nursing, physicians and various clinical departments.
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Becoming a neurosurgeon is an incredibly demanding and difficult education. Even the smallest hand movement during surgery can be the difference between success and failure, with lifelong implications for the patient. A research team at The Neuro has shown AI guided virtual reality simulators can be powerful tools to help surgeons reach their full potential.
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