Ontario Medical Review Archive
This year has been challenging for all Ontarians, with the unprecedented health-care crisis and economic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guest editor, John Bozzo, OMA chief, Member Relations, Advocacy and Communications urges the next government to take the lessons learned from COVID and SARS to reduce death, suffering, and economic hardship to the people of Ontario.
The OMA marks a major milestone as it implements a new governance structure designed to position the association for success in a world that is constantly changing.
Dr. Jim Wright introduces a selection of articles by expert OMATalks panellists, as well as his own perspective on how we can apply lessons learned from the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic
Can Ontario Health Teams transform the patient experience of the health care system? Why is it important for physicians to engage in health system transformation? These were among the key themes explored during the recent OHT Governance Day webinar hosted by the OMA.
Determined to help members experiencing shortages of personal protective equipment, the OMA became one of the few medical associations in Canada to secure and distribute PPE to physicians free of charge.
The OMR’s special COVID-19 coverage highlights some of the ways the pandemic has impacted physicians across Ontario as they continue to work tirelessly to serve their communities and safeguard the well-being of patients – as well as their own health and that of their families – in these unprecedented times.