medicine

Canada must address anti-Indigenous racism within medicine

Protests broke out this summer when an Indigenous woman named Joyce Echaquan died in a Quebec hospital, shortly after live streaming on Facebook. In the video, she detailed racist verbal abuse she’d suffered and worried she’d been given too much morphine.Continue...

Queen’s unveils new cardiopulmonary research facility

With $7.7 million provided by the provincial and federal governments, the University unveiled the new Queen’s CardioPulmonary Unit (QCPU) on Oct. 6.Continue...

Two Queen’s researchers named to Royal Society of Canada College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

Two Queen’s researchers, Katherine McKittrick and Karen Yeates, have been recognized by the Royal Society of Canada and elected to the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program.Continue...

Queen’s student receives recognition award from the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

What does it mean to be recognized in the healthcare community? To Adam Mosa, Med ‘18, it means acknowledgment for his hard work up to this point, and encouragement to keep going.Continue...

QJ Science: New antibiotic discovery

Contrary to what the name may suggest, the iChip has nothing to do with Apple Inc.

The electronic device has introduced a new method of growing bacteria and helped discover...Continue...

Queen’s gets a “D” on global health report card

The Queen’s branch of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) gave Queen’s a “D” grade in a report released today for its failure to improve access to life-saving drugs in low-income areas.Continue...

Skeleton art in Skeleton Park

Death doesn’t necessarily have to be a taboo subject — sometimes it can be rejoiced.Continue...