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Louise Bradley

Louise Bradley is president and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | March 13, 2023
All health professionals who care for patients with serious illnesses should have core skills in palliative care, but many doctors, nurses, and other health-care professionals in Canada say they feel unprepared for palliative care, writes Louise Bradley. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | March 13, 2023
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | March 13, 2023
All health professionals who care for patients with serious illnesses should have core skills in palliative care, but many doctors, nurses, and other health-care professionals in Canada say they feel unprepared for palliative care, writes Louise Bradley. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | February 24, 2021
‘As my tenure as president and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada winds down, I find myself willing time to slow just a little. Every conversation with a colleague, every piece I write, every interview I do, is a reminder of how far we have come in the last decade,’ Louise Bradley writes. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | February 24, 2021
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | February 24, 2021
‘As my tenure as president and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada winds down, I find myself willing time to slow just a little. Every conversation with a colleague, every piece I write, every interview I do, is a reminder of how far we have come in the last decade,’ Louise Bradley writes. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | January 25, 2021
A 2019 study on suicide prevention apps found that more than two million people had downloaded apps with incorrect crisis line numbers, writes Louise Bradley. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | January 25, 2021
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | January 25, 2021
A 2019 study on suicide prevention apps found that more than two million people had downloaded apps with incorrect crisis line numbers, writes Louise Bradley. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | February 10, 2020
Louise Bradley writes, 'I’ve been on both sides of the divide. I have worked as a nurse and received mental health care as a patient. Much as the thought once made me uncomfortable, I have come to embrace the fact that there is very little that separates me from the patients I once dismissed as other.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | February 10, 2020
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | February 10, 2020
Louise Bradley writes, 'I’ve been on both sides of the divide. I have worked as a nurse and received mental health care as a patient. Much as the thought once made me uncomfortable, I have come to embrace the fact that there is very little that separates me from the patients I once dismissed as other.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | July 2, 2018
Paul Wernick, pictured at 24 Sussex Dr., with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Photograph courtesy of Paul Wernick
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | July 2, 2018
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | July 2, 2018
Paul Wernick, pictured at 24 Sussex Dr., with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Photograph courtesy of Paul Wernick
Canada's federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canada's federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canada's federal Health Minister Jane Philpott, pictured at a parliamentary committee. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Canada's federal Health Minister Jane Philpott, pictured at a parliamentary committee. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | March 8, 2017
Health Minister Jane Philpott has fought to tie federal money sent to the provinces for health care to mental health programming. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | March 8, 2017
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | March 8, 2017
Health Minister Jane Philpott has fought to tie federal money sent to the provinces for health care to mental health programming. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | October 17, 2016
Health Minister Jane Philpott, pictured in this file photo at the National Press Theatre. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | October 17, 2016
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | October 17, 2016
Health Minister Jane Philpott, pictured in this file photo at the National Press Theatre. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | May 2, 2016
In her speech to Parliament after the government tabled Bill C-14, Health Minister Jane Philpott noted, that many people are 'troubled by the prospect of patients with a psychiatric disorder being eligible for assistance in dying on the basis of psychological suffering alone.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | May 2, 2016
Opinion | BY LOUISE BRADLEY | May 2, 2016
In her speech to Parliament after the government tabled Bill C-14, Health Minister Jane Philpott noted, that many people are 'troubled by the prospect of patients with a psychiatric disorder being eligible for assistance in dying on the basis of psychological suffering alone.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright