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Kathleen Ross

Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS, DAN KELLY | February 1, 2024
The health and well-being of physicians and patients hinges on our ability to untangle the bureaucratic web that currently constrains our health-care system, write Kathleen Ross and Dan Kelly. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS, DAN KELLY | February 1, 2024
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS, DAN KELLY | February 1, 2024
The health and well-being of physicians and patients hinges on our ability to untangle the bureaucratic web that currently constrains our health-care system, write Kathleen Ross and Dan Kelly. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS | November 29, 2023
It’s timely that the United Nations’ COP28 climate change event in Dubai will feature its first-ever day dedicated to health, putting a spotlight on how climate change and health are inextricably linked, writes Kathleen Ross. Unsplash photograph by Natanael Melchor
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS | November 29, 2023
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS | November 29, 2023
It’s timely that the United Nations’ COP28 climate change event in Dubai will feature its first-ever day dedicated to health, putting a spotlight on how climate change and health are inextricably linked, writes Kathleen Ross. Unsplash photograph by Natanael Melchor
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS | November 16, 2023
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will announce the federal government’s fall economic statement on Nov. 21, and while critical issues like housing and affordability are appropriately top of mind as the budget planning cycle kicks off, we can’t lose sight of our beleaguered health system, writes Dr. Kathleen Ross. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS | November 16, 2023
Opinion | BY KATHLEEN ROSS | November 16, 2023
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will announce the federal government’s fall economic statement on Nov. 21, and while critical issues like housing and affordability are appropriately top of mind as the budget planning cycle kicks off, we can’t lose sight of our beleaguered health system, writes Dr. Kathleen Ross. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade