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Pandemic lessons learned

With many COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in Ontario and a general sense that the worst of the pandemic may be behind us, Dr. Jim Wright looks back at lessons learned from the worst health-care crisis in generations.

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One-size-fits-all approach wasn’t an option to COVID response

Dr. Eileen de Villa, medical officer of health for the city of Toronto discusses engaging with trusted ambassadors to get the vaccine message out to the people of Toronto. 

Leadership

Major milestones mark year

What we achieved, we achieved together

OMA's journey of change

An update to members on progress in 2022

Practice & Professional Support

Five ways QI can get you home early

Useful supports that enhance practice efficiency

Health System & Advocacy

PSA implementation well underway

OMA committed to ensure timely delivery of all elements of the agreement

Ontario makes virtual care permanent

Physicians agree that virtual care needs to be balanced with in-person visits.

OMA, government pledge action on gender pay gap

Two sides commit in writing to moving forward on achieving gender pay equity for physicians

What are the reasons for the gender pay gap in medicine?

Understanding why female physicians earn less than their male counterparts

One-size-fits-all approach wasn’t an option to COVID response

Toronto engaged trusted ambassadors to get vaccine message out

Delivering equitable care

Advancing health equality in the face of social, and systemic challenges

Pandemic lessons learned

COVID-19 appears to be waning, what’s next?

New LGBTQ medical centre promises revolutionary approach to sexual, mental health care

HQ Toronto to offer quick, convenient testing and treatment and a community home for men into men, trans and non-binary people