Tune in to today’s podcast with Dr. Yonah Krakowsky, a urologist at Women’s College Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital. We discuss his unique spin on what it means to be in a surgical specialty today and how he uses his expertise to support the transgender community. He also spoke to us about navigating religion in his career and shared some words of advice for today’s budding doctors of minority faiths.
Tune in to today’s podcast to hear us speak to Dr. Stephanie Zhou, a Family Medicine Resident at the University of Toronto. In our conversation with her, we got to hear her candid and real thoughts about her medical school journey and why discussions about social class & equity for every medical student are imperative to have. We also discussed the importance of financial literacy and her unique ways to encourage the medical community to learn more about this through social media. Get ready, social class is now in session.
Tune in to today’s podcast to hear us speak to Dr. Ahmad about the challenges faced as a woman physician, her continued advocacy for transgender care, and her journey into medicine from more humble beginnings. She spoke about the importance of socioeconomic status for both current and prospective medical students and what this past year’s OSAP changes mean for students.
Tune in to today’s podcast to hear us speak to Dr. Church about her unique journey in medicine, her experiences as a physician with a disability and how we should all rethink how we view disability. Prepare to redefine your own limits and abilities.
Tune in to today’s podcast to hear us speak to Dr. Nnorom about her views as racism as a social determinant of health, her work with the Black community as a clinician and a researcher, and her collaborative efforts with medical students and faculty. We also spoke about her journey through medical school and her current role as the Black Health Theme Lead at the University of Toronto.