"Impossible" is a word we hear often in medicine―especially related to innovation. But if you hear it enough, you might just start to believe it.
The truth is, innovation is everywhere. Bold ideas and creations are happening right now, eager to be discovered and implemented. While real progress doesn’t happen overnight, it’s not impossible. Impossible is just a state of mind.
That's where we come in. We’re here to make you believe again―by interviewing thought leaders who are making strides in Canadian health care and beyond. They share their ideas that are shaping the world and we spread them.
Our hope? To inspire you to make bold strides for progress, no matter what you do.
Care to find out more? Listen to Boldly, powered by Joule.
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COVID-19 : reconnaître et surmonter la détresse morale (balado de l'ACPM)
Les situations et les décisions difficiles sont incontournables dans la vie des médecins. Pendant une crise (comme une pandémie), cette pression peut provoquer de la détresse morale. Dans un balado de l’Association canadienne de protection médicale, les médecins Yolanda Madarnas et Steven Bellemare abordent ce sujet avec la psychiatre Caroline Gérin-Lajoie, vice-présidente, Santé et bien-être des médecins à l’Association médicale canadienne.
Moral distress and COVID-19: how to recognize and cope with it (CMPA podcast)
Physicians routinely face challenging situations and difficult decisions. In times of crisis – such as during a pandemic - this can lead to moral distress. In a podcast from the Canadian Medical Protective Association, hosts Drs. Yolanda Madarnas and Steven Bellemare explore the topic of moral distress with psychiatrist Dr. Caroline Gérin-Lajoie, executive vice-president of Physician Health and Wellness at the Canadian Medical Association.
Can coaching help doctors and residents tackle burnout?
Dr. Mamta Gautam shares how she became interested in physician health and wellness, how coaching can support physicians through burnout as well as powerful stories sure to change your perception of mental health.
Teamwork: that’s the ticket to hatching patient-centered design
On this episode of Boldly, we’re speaking with 2019 Joule Innovation grant recipient Jordan Lewis, a fourth-year University of Toronto medical student who co-founded Flutter Wear. This technology, designed specifically for expectant mothers, combines a mobile app with a belly band sensor to passively detect fetal movements. The app collects baseline data and provides personalized advice to expectant mothers looking to manage decreased fetal movements and alerts them to seek medical attention when required.
How can a mobile app improve access to care for rural, remote and Indigenous communities?
How can a mobile app improve access to care for rural, remote and Indigenous communities? by Joule Inc.
From prototype to puzzle piece
On this episode of Boldly, Tamara Mason speaks with fourth year medical student Gabriel Georges. Gabriel is a co-founder at Puzzle Medical Devices and a 2019 Joule Innovation grants recipient.
Gabriel shares what sparked his interest in pursuing innovation as an aspiring cardiologist, how he grew his team, where he hopes to see innovation in Canada go—and how medical schools can help us get there.
Listen to learn how Gabriel’s idea, a minimally invasive heart pump that assembles like a puzzle inside the patient, came to be.