• LA PANDÉMIE RÉVÈLE DES LACUNES IMPORTANTES

    “L’épuisement du personnel de la santé est directement lié à une mauvaise planification des effectifs” écrit Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, professeure à l’ècole des études sociologique et anthropologiques de l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ADVANCING GENDER EQUITY IN MEDICINE

    Andrea C. Tricco, Ivy Bourgeault, Ainsley Moore, Eva Grunfeld, Nazia Peer and Sharon E. Straus

    CMAJ February 16, 2021 193 (7) E244-E250

  • THE PANDEMIC EXPOSES CRITICAL GAPS IN OUR HEALTH WORKFORCE PLANNING

    Burnout was far too common in the healthcare workforce before the pandemic. COVID-19 has made it much worse. Poor health workforce planning is to blame.

  • THE MISSING VOICE OF WOMEN IN COVID-19 POLICY-MAKING

    Having more women at decision-making tables would help ensure the gendered effects of the pandemic are fully examined and part of recovery policies.

  • HEALTH-WORKER DEATHS FROM COVID-19 NOT JUST ABOUT THE NUMBERS

    Health workers across the country and around the world are on the front lines of the novel coronavirus pandemic. So, it is curious why it has taken more than six months to have any official or authoritative numbers of the deaths of health-care workers from COVID-19 in Canada.

  • LONG-TERM CARE WORK DESERVES OUR RESPECT

    Canada’s system of long-term care was a powder keg; COVID-19 the spark that set it alight. As the virus overtook nursing and care homes across the country, we began to hear about the outdated facilities and the population unable to advocate for itself.

Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, PhD

Professor in the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies at the University of Ottawa and the University Research Chair in Gender, Diversity and the Professions

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