Dr Cole Stanley
August 29, 2019
When opioid overdoses and deaths reached stunning proportions in 2016 and 2017, and a public health crisis was declared, Dr Cole Stanley recognized that he and his colleagues might be able to better serve their patients with opioid use disorder (OUD).   Having recently completed quality improvement...
Dr Judy Dercksen
July 10, 2019

Dr Judy Dercksen is the first to admit that trauma has made her the doctor she is today. As a family physician – she knows many physical symptoms can be manifestations or by-products of psychological damage. As she treats, she also explores all dimensions of her patients. She also personifies...

June 12, 2019

Sometimes negative events in life can become the surprising openings to brand new ways to understand, experience, and contribute to the world.

Orthopedic surgeon Dr Jeff Pike knows that well. In fact, on at least two occasions, negative events have had positive, life-changing results —...

Dr Kelly Mayson
May 2, 2019

On a rural placement between her second and third year as a medical student in the 1980s, Dr Kelly Mayson got paired with a rural GP who had just completed training in anesthesiology. “It opened my eyes to what it was all about,” she said, and soon after decided to make it her career.  

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April 2, 2019

As a radiologist at the BC Cancer Agency, Dr Charlotte Yong-Hing has been trying to get more women interested in pursuing a medical career in radiology. She has raised the issue of gender disparity in radiology and sought solutions with several organizations with little uptake. Then she took the...