Anick, Mathieu, Nathalie and Marie-Eve are all technologists working in the field of medical imaging, specializing, respectively, in medical electrophysiology, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology and radiodiagnostics. They point out that although the work they do is varied and vital, few people understand the demands of their profession, and their expertise too often goes unrecognized. It’s a safe bet that you’ll agree there’s a lot more to being a medical imaging technologist than meets the eye once you’ve read this article!Read More
Recognition of dietitians/nutritionists’ clinical judgment and their role in ensuring more accessible care is reflected in the three new activities they are now authorized to perform. This is a promising advance. We discussed these developments with Marie-Joëlle Valiquette, Director of professional affairs for the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec (OPDQ).Read More
Three years after being integrated into amalgamated mega-institutions, how are the CRD addiction rehab centres doing? Is the smallest mission in the healthcare system managing to keep its identity? Have there been changes in professionals’ and technicians’ practice?Read More
Amélie Desnoyers is a rehabilitation specialist for those with visual impairments, a profession that satisfies her desire to help, learn and teach, and enables her to work independently and with colleagues from other disciplines.
Meeting with a young – and proud – professional