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Coping with stress and uncertainty


Wed Oct 14th 2020, 12:00 pm to Wed Oct 14th 2020, 1:00 pm


Online, Queen's University
Online event, Developed & offered by OPDES, Ontario, , Canada
Fee: $0.00 (Base Price)
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Panel Presentation:

Dr. Brent Wolfrom

Dr. Wolfrom is originally from rural Saskatchewan and completed his medical school at the University of Saskatchewan followed by residency at the University of Ottawa. For the first five years of his medical career he practiced medicine in the Canadian Armed Forces having deployed a number of times with the Army, Navy and Air Force. Dr. Wolfrom joined Queen's in 2011 and his civilian clinical practice has included emergency medicine, long term care and family medicine.

Dr. Jennifer Flemming

Dr. Flemming joined the Faculty of Medicine at Queen’s University in 2014 as a member of the Division of Gastroenterology.  She completed medical school at Dalhousie University (2006) and completed Internal Medicine (2009) and Gastroenterology training (2011) at Queen’s University.  She then spent two years at the University of California San Francisco completing subspecialty training in Hepatology and Liver Transplantation as well as obtaining her Master’s Degree (MAS) in Advanced Clinical Research.

Dr. Katie Goldie

Dr. Goldie joined the School of Nursing at Queen's University in 2015. She completed her undergraduate and master's degree in nursing at Queen's University and a PhD at the University of British Columbia. She then spent a year at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Heath's Nicotine Dependence Clinic completing a post-doctoral fellowship. She has three young children, an active program of research, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses and supervises graduate students across three programs within the Faculty of Health Sciences.

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