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December 1, 2016

Queen's In The News Thursday, December 1, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Alboim, Naomi
  • School of Policy Studies
Radio Canada International: Syrian refugees, one year later
Dr. Alboim says many refugees have found jobs, or are working part-time and pursuing language training.
Brown, Glenn
  • Family Medicine
CKWS TV: Kingston doctor named new president of the Ontario College of Family Physicians
Dr. Brown says there have been many developments in family medicine over the past few years.
Drummond, Don
  • School of Policy Studies
Toronto Star: Road tolls, done the right way, needed to tackle traffic
Professor Drummond says in his op-ed road tolls come in many shapes and sizes, and can be tailored to be smart, practical, and fair.
Kerr, Lisa
  • Law
CBC Online: Judicial watchdog report on Justice Robin Camp sends message to all judges,
Dr. Kerr says Camp's conduct is problematic not only for sexual assault complainants but also potentially for the rights of defendants.
Martou, Glykeria
  • Surgery
Kingston Whig-Standard: Team approach keeps patients better informed when making decision on breast reconstruction following cancer surgery
Dr. Martou says the hospital is working to form a formal breast reconstruction program.
Maynard, Steven
  • History
dailyxtra.com: Is the queer community ready to defend public sex
Dr. Maynard says the battle over public sex is on.
Sanfilippo, Anthony University Affairs: How the medical school admissions process is skewed
Dr. Sanfilippo says high school programs have the potential to promote medicine as an option for disadvantaged and underrepresented students.
Waddington, Ashley
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Chatelaine: Does birth control really cause depression
Dr. Waddington says birth control pills are not likely to cause mood disorders.

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