Super nurses, mandatory overtime, diversity, recruitment and the next generation: nurses have been making the headlines for several months. To address these topics and discuss nurses’ central role in the care provided to our community, we sat down with Chantal Souligny, Director of Nursing at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and Ariane Bélanger, Head …
Can we be addicted to our cellphones, to wine, coffee or even to exercising? What defines an addiction? In this episode of the CODE LiFE podcast, we address the nature of addiction and the reasons why some people may be more at risk. We also discuss alcohol consumption habits, the impact of the legalization of …
The management of our health care system, the role of our community, and the myths that persist — these are some of the themes addressed by Professor Henry Mintzberg, Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, in this live interview with Dr. Phil Gold.
In his studio at the Montreal General Hospital, music therapist Dany Bouchard uses music to connect with patients of the Mental Health Mission. Through regular sessions, Dany helps access their emotions, patients express their feelings, and open new doors to healing.
Thoracic surgeon by day and chief surgeon of the Montreal Canadiens by night, Dr. David S. Mulder has led an impressive career for many decades. Did you know that Dr. Mulder is also largely responsible for reforming the trauma system in Quebec? His contribution to provincial-wide reforms has had a sizeable impact on Quebeckers.
Dr. Carli’s POP Clinic at the Montreal General Hospital has a goal: to empower patients and give them a sense of control in the period before surgery. This concept is based on three central pillars: physical activity, nutrition and mental wellbeing.