Kevin MD podcast, Oct. 8th 2022 https://www.kevinmd.com/2022/10/exploring-the-critical-gaps-in-canadas-health-workforce-planning-podcast.html
Dr. Bourgeault provides testimony to House of Commons Standing Committee on Health, April 27th, 2022 https://parlvu.parl.gc.ca/Harmony/en/PowerBrowser/PowerBrowserV2/20220427/-1/36893?
Mar 8, 2022
CanCOVID Speaking Series: The Pandemic Exposes Critical Gaps in Health Workforce Data Infrastructure - YouTube
Evidence in the Media: How Academics can Get Their Reseach in the Mainstream Media with Colleen Flood, November
Healthcare Policy Review: Best Practices for a National Healthcare System
Evidence Network podcast, featured in Hill Times, Will Senior Care Break the Bank? with Dr. Robyn Tamblyn, Dr. Neena Chappell and Dr. Michel Grignon
Canadians are concerned about the mental health of health workers; they should be. Hill Times op ed April 25, 2022 https://www.hilltimes.com/2022/04/25/canadians-are-concerned-about-the-mental-health-of-health-workers-they-should-be/357360
Patient safety and health worker safety go hand in hand, Oct. 13th. Winnipeg Free Press, with C. Power
Health-worker deaths from COVID-19 not just about the numbers. Toronto Star Sept. 4th with J. Sim & N. Gupta, Reprinted in French: La mortalité liée à la COVID-19 chez le personnel de la santé au Canada. Options Politiques. Sept. 20
Nurses' mental health, leave of absence and return to work experiences: Introducing a new partnership initiative. RNAO, July with A. Ayoub, S. Price, M. Lavoie-Tremblay.
Long-term residential care work: recognized as essential but still essentially under-recognized. Policy Options, MayLong-term care work is essential but essentially under-recognized, Policy Options, June, with T. Daly & K. Aubrecht
Crisis underscores that health workers are backbone of health system. Hill Times, April 7. Reprinted in French Créer-une-banque-de-donnees-des-effectifs-en-sante for IRPP April 27th Reprinted in Hospital News July 2020
Poor health workforce planning is costly, risky and inequitable, CMAJ with Sarah Simkin & Caroline Chamberland-Rowe, October
Women's Work across every aspect of health care largely invisible, Hill Times: Policy Briefing: Health; reprint in Ottawa Life and Huffington Post, April
What kind of health workforce will be needed to serve our aging population? with Gregory Huyer. The Hill Times Policy Briefing: Canada's Aging Society, June.
National system for tracking medical staff shortages could prevent future crises at hospitals, advocates say August 10, 2022 https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-health-care-staff-shortages-tracking/
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Ottawa Citizen Advocates push to expand whistleblower protection for personal support workers in long-term care homes, October 16th Elizabeth Payne
CBC News, “COVID-19 is changing the way men and women split the risk in the workplace: Pandemic is shifting more to female dominated professions. Oct. 12th, 2020. Evan Dyer.
CBC News, Edmonton, Pay gap between male and female professors continues to plague Canadian universities. Sept. 28, 2020.
Healthy Debate, “Cheering from afar: Study illustrates public’s concerns over contact with healthcare workers.” Sept. 14, 2020 Sharon Oosthoek
Ottawa Citizen 'The women’s pandemic': How COVID-19 has disproportionately affected women Sept. 1, 2020
CBC News Health Unit, Amina Zafar, April 21st 2020. 'Your whole life is spent caring': Clinicians over 60 stay on the job during pandemic despite the greater risk
Global News, Medical school applicants: Abortion, Assisted Death and Conscientious Objectors, November 23, 2019
Interview for CBC News on VON Shutting Down in Alberta, Saskachewan, Manitoba, P.E.I, and Newfoundland, November
Interview for the Globe and Mail on Spending on Canadian Doctors' Pay Jumps Despite Efforts to Curb Costs, September
Interview for National Post on Untrained and Unemployed: Medical schools churning out doctors who can't find residencies and full-time positions, June
Interview for the Medical Post on Attack of the Killer Lawsuits.
Interview for Toronto Star on Midwifery Comes of Age; 20 Years After Regulation, Midwives Outnumber Obstetricians and Launch Two Birth Centres, May
Interview for Radio-Canada Montreal on Integration of International medical graduates