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
OMA perspective on responding to the current—and future—pandemics
Advocating for racialized communities, worker rights, the homeless
Data over politics, collaboration, transparency essential to deal with future pandemics
Palliative care physician acknowledges lack of resources for frail homebound patients
Will the world be ready for the next pandemic? This is a question we need to start answering and planning for now. We must reflect on key learnings.
Modernizing OMA governance
Helping each other
Calling all physician mentors!
The latest example of how digital tools are playing a role in the pandemic response
OntarioMD at the centre of digital innovation to help physicians find their place in this fast-moving environment
OMAThoughts white paper focuses on solutions to chronic drug shortages worsened by COVID-19
End-of-life and palliative care shouldn’t be either
Previous public health outbreaks have taught us what we should do—if we listen
We learn through stories. Sometimes, they’re stories of pain and struggle. Other times, they’re stories of hope. The Ontario Psychiatric Association put those narratives forward at an event commemorating its centenary.
Driving value for members at the very core of OMA vision