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Chasing A Dream

The following is a guest blog by Bachelor of Health Sciences student Kyla Tozer. 

Thinking about Grad School? Time to THINK about Queen’s.

A chance to hear from our current grad students, professors and supervisors.

Civic professionalism – why leadership matters

By Chris Simpson, MD

An Integration of Health Sciences Education Offices

Guest blog by Dr. Leslie Flynn, Vice-Dean of Education, Faculty of Health Sciences

The “Big Squeeze” on hospital budgets in Ontario: Get ready for the backlash

Since shortly after the 2008-2009 downturn, Ontario’s relatively modest economic growth has meant for public services a prolonged period of austerity. For the healthcare sector, where annual growth had previously been in the 6.5% range, the change from the base of 2010-11 to 2.6% per annum, representing a slight decline in real per capita terms, has been painful. This reduction in spending growth has been largely borne by the hospital sector, where after contracted salary increases, inflation, etc., are factored in, there has been essentially zero growth for nearly a decade.

Dean seeks nominations for the FHS Education Award

On behalf of the Faculty of Health Sciences Education Award Committee, Dean Simpson is seeking nominations for the Faculty of Health Sciences Education Award, which acknowledges faculty members who exhibit excellence in teaching. 

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