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    June 10, 2022

    Queen's In The News Friday, June 10, 2022

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Evans, Gerald
    • School of Medicine
    • Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
    • Medicine
    • Division of Infectious Diseases
    • Pathology and Molecular Medicine
    CBC Radio: All in a Day with Alan Neal
    Dr. Evans talks about Ontario’s decision to retire mask mandates for hospitals and public transit, and how it will likely increase the spread of COVID-19.
    Goodyear-Grant, Elizabeth
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    Globe and Mail: Remote, hybrid work creating schism among employees
    Dr. Goodyear-Grant writes an op-ed about how a continued hybrid model in the House of Commons creates more flexibility for representatives balancing work and childcare or eldercare, and those travelling from and representing rural and Northern communities.
    Hanna, Timothy
    • Health Sciences
    • Cancer Research Institute
    • School of Medicine
    • Oncology
    CP24: Canadian doctors say medical delays from COVID-19 led to more advanced cancer cases
    Dr. Hanna says he started to notice a spike in advanced-stage cancer at his clinic in January 2021.
    Nicaso, Antonio
    • Arts and Science
    • Languages, Literatures and Cultures
    Toronto Star: Who pulled the trigger in a Burlington parking lot?: The anatomy of a hit
    Prof. Nicaso talks about the murder of Pat Musitano and the connection to criminal organizations.
    Jane Philpott
    • Health Sciences
    The Walrus: Why Are There Still So Few Women Leaders in Politics?
    Dean Philpott says the phenotype of the successful Canadian politician has been a male who hasn’t tended to want to share power.
    Erica Pimentel
    • Smith School of Business
    Benefits Canada: Remote, hybrid work creating schism among employees
    Dr. Pimentel talks about how remote work has been one of the pivotal moments in the history of work, although its application is generally limited to knowledge workers and 60 per cent of the workforce is excluded from this change.
    Carolyn Prouse
    • Arts and Science
    • Geography and Planning
    The Conversation: Targeted wastewater surveillance has a history of social and ethical concerns
    Dr. Prouse writes about the ethics of using wastewater for surveillance.

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