6 episodes

Welcome to “In Dialogue,” CPSO’s podcast series where we speak to health system experts on issues related to medical regulation, the delivery of quality care, physician wellness, and initiatives to address bias and discrimination in health care.

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Welcome to “In Dialogue,” CPSO’s podcast series where we speak to health system experts on issues related to medical regulation, the delivery of quality care, physician wellness, and initiatives to address bias and discrimination in health care.

    Episode 21: Providing Compassionate and Equitable Care to Unhoused Patients

    Episode 21: Providing Compassionate and Equitable Care to Unhoused Patients

    In episode 21 of “In Dialogue,” Dr. Saroo Sharda, CPSO medical advisor and EDI lead interviews Dr. Claire Bodkin, family physician and addictions medicine specialist and Marcie McIlveen, program director of the Hamilton Social Medicine Response Team (HAMSMaRT). Dr. Bodkin and Marcie provide safe opioid supply and support to people who are living with addictions and substance use in addition to facing challenges with housing and shelter.

    • 22 min
    Episode 20: Rehumanizing Medicine by Addressing Ableism in Healthcare

    Episode 20: Rehumanizing Medicine by Addressing Ableism in Healthcare

    In episode 20 of “In Dialogue,” CPSO Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Lead and Medical Advisor Dr. Saroo Sharda interviews Drs. Lynn Ashdown and Caroline Bowman, disability advocates who have lived experience with disability. Drs. Ashdown and Bowman speak candidly about their experiences navigating the healthcare system as providers and as patients living with disabilities. Their personal stories and examples bring a valuable, patient-centred perspective on these issues for physicians and non-physicians alike.

    • 29 min
    Episode 19: How we talk about suicide matters

    Episode 19: How we talk about suicide matters

    In episode 19 of “In Dialogue,” CPSO Medical Advisor Dr. Vivian Sapirman speaks to Dr. Juveria Zaheer, a psychiatrist and researcher at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and Gina Nicoll, a dual expertise researcher at CAMH, about demystifying suicide prevention and awareness, the benefits of safety planning over contracting for safety, and the important role language plays in treatment.

    **Content warning: The subject matter of this episode may be distressing for some listeners. If you or someone you know is struggling, we encourage you to make use of the resources available on the episode page linked below.

    For more information, please visit: https://dialogue.cpso.on.ca/2023/09/in-dialogue-episode-19-how-we-talk-about-suicide-matters/

    • 34 min
    Episode 18: Primary Care Crisis: What Do We Do Now?

    Episode 18: Primary Care Crisis: What Do We Do Now?

    In episode 18 of “In Dialogue,” family physician and CPSO Medical Advisor Dr. Keith Hay speaks to Drs. Tara Kiran and Kamila Premji, family physicians and researchers, about solutions to Ontario’s primary care crisis, the benefits of team-based care, the impact of different payment models and reasons to be hopeful for the future.

    For more information, please visit: https://dialogue.cpso.on.ca/2023/08/in-dialogue-episode-18-primary-care-crisis-what-do-we-do-now

    • 27 min
    Episode 17: Primary Care Crisis: How Did We Get Here?

    Episode 17: Primary Care Crisis: How Did We Get Here?

    In episode 17 of “In Dialogue,” family physician and CPSO Medical Advisor Dr. Keith Hay speaks to Drs. Tara Kiran and Kamila Premji, family physicians and researchers, about the primary care crisis in Ontario, causes of the physician shortage, financial and administrative burdens, and why fewer residents are choosing family medicine.

    For more information, please visit: https://dialogue.cpso.on.ca/2023/07/in-dialogue-episode-17-primary-care-crisis-how-did-we-get-here/

    • 20 min
    Episode 16: Transforming Health: Inclusive, Personalized Care

    Episode 16: Transforming Health: Inclusive, Personalized Care

    In episode 16 of “In Dialogue,” CPSO EDI Lead and Medical Advisor Dr. Saroo Sharda speaks to Dr. Jordan Goodridge, a family physician specializing in 2SLGBTQIA+ health and HIV care, about creating inclusive spaces; continuous learning to better support all patients; and individualizing care for better health outcomes.

    For more information, please visit: https://dialogue.cpso.on.ca/2023/06/in-dialogue-episode-16-transforming-health-inclusive-personalized-care

    • 26 min

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