The Faculty of Medicine is stepping up as a leader in planetary stewardship to protect the health of populations, setting a precedent for medical schools in Canada.
The Canadian TIA Score uses thirteen pieces of information collected in the emergency department to categorize patients as being at low, medium, or high risk of having a stroke within the week.
Alumnus brings his unique perspective and popularity with Canadians to his candidacy to lead the Canadian Medical Association.
MD students Hui Yan and Jason Tran create PPE portraits to show the human faces of health care workers during the pandemic.
A complication of COVID-19, severe sepsis is linked with higher mortality, increased hospital readmission and higher health care costs.
On February 11, University of Ottawa President and Vice-Chancellor Jacques Frémont hosted a virtual town hall at the Faculty of Medicine.
Changes to the graduate curriculum integrate social accountability into biomedical and basic science research.
uOttawa Faculty of Medicine’s 2021 Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) award winners are Dr. Robert Bell and Dr. Ali Jalali.
Dr. Hugues Loemba explains his media celebrity and why sharing expertise is critical in stemming pandemic misinformation.
Dr. Marceline Côté and her team have discovered a druggable pathway the virus uses to trick its way into our organs.
MSc student and Trevor Noah superfan Chisom Okwor uses scientific research to challenge health inequalities.
As vice-dean of Faculty Affairs, Dr. Sharon Whiting believes the Faculty of Medicine is on track toward greater equity, diversity and inclusion.
Ottawa physicians are supporting family practice anesthesia colleagues in Nunavut to keep patients in their own communities for care—a partnership that is controlling costs, reducing cultural and language barriers, and easing stress on families.
Mental Health First Aid training provides faculty and supervisors with the skills to help learners in distress.
The Faculty of Medicine formally recognized its 2020-2021 professorial promotions on January 28 via virtual ceremony .
Updates from the Executive Leadership Team on priority populations for social accountability, a proposed new Health Sciences library, revised terms of reference for ELT/SLT and more.
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