The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on the marginalized, under-served, and those with pre-existing vulnerabilities who lack the tools to weather the economic fallout.View More Are Canadians Truly ‘In It Together’?
The level of care provided by internationally-trained or immigrant physicians is roughly equal to that provided by Canadian-born or American-born physicians, says Robert Falconer.View More Research Shows Canada Has Overlooked Immigrant Doctors
We’re asking our internationally-trained doctors to risk their lives during this crisis. The least we can do is offer them a stable future.View More All Hands on Deck: It’s Time to Allow Internationally-Trained Physicians to Join the Fight
With the explosion in the number of COVID-19 cases, Canadian provinces are recruiting retired doctors and redeploying healthcare practitioners. Webinars organized by the Muslim Medical Association of Canada (MMAC) are providing refresher training to the healthcare community.View More Retired and Re-deployed Doctors Pitch In During COVID-19 Pandemic
Bridging programs are giving newcomers an opportunity to gain new skills and integrate more easily into the Canadian job market. Kamo Mailyan studied public administration, worked in hospitality and promoted civic participation in his native…View More Bridging Programs Speed Up Entry to Job Market
Mohammad Shahadat Hossain is the kind of person who doesn’t just have a plan B, he has a plan C as well. In 2011, he left his job as a chief consultant at a private hospital…View More Tackling the Grim Prospects for Foreign-trained Physicians