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Engaging in the change: Co-creation

The following guest blog was written by a friend and colleague, Dr. James Wright, who is a recognized Canadian leader in orthopaedic surgery and health care outcomes research. He has also been very involved in leadership activities, both as a part of his professional work and as a student of the discipline of leadership. Jim recently started a new blog on clinical leadership, and I'm delighted to share one of his posts as a part of Dean on Campus. - Richard

Dr. Roberta Bondar visits Queen's to share A Cautionary Tale

This guest blog was written by Kate Rath-Wilson, PhD, and MD Candidate (Class of 2019). 

Bracken Library launches two new resources

Bracken Library is pleased to announce two new resources this fall. The first one is Read By QxMD. If you are not familiar with this app, we believe you will be very happy to join the many users who find it amazing: the links to full-text purchased by Queen’s or free on the web are literally one click away. You can create a profile with your favourite journals, your areas of interest and specific keywords and email reminders let you know when new content is available. It is available for iPhone, iPad, Android and web.

Celebrating Queen’s Homecoming 2016

This past weekend we welcomed back Queen’s alumni from the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Rehabilitation Therapy. We had the honour of hosting members of the Tricolour Guard including Meds ’56, Meds ’61 and newly inducted Meds ’66. Also returning were classes from 1971 through 2016: Meds ‘71, Meds ’76, Meds ‘81, Meds ’86, Meds ’91, Meds ‘01, Meds ’06, Meds ’16, Nursing ’76, Nursing ‘86, Nursing’91, Nursing ’96, Nursing ‘11, Nursing ’16, Rehab PT ‘76, Rehab OT ‘81, Rehab OT ’86, Rehab PT ’86, and Rehab PT ’91.

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