The University of Ottawa Journal of Medicine
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The pandemic has brought injustices to the forefront of public health. In Issue 11.2: Social Justice in Healthcare, we feature several articles that highlight gaps in the evidence regarding Canadian medicine and education that may exacerbate health inequities, differences in health that are unfair and unjust. These articles relate to current healthcare challenges faced by Canadians in vulnerable and minority groups. Each article presents practical information which can meaningfully advance the personal and professional development of all UOJM readers.
Take a look: here!
Interview with Dr. Langlois
Dr. Marc-André Langlois, a cutting-edge virologist, Canada Research Chair in Molecular Virology and Intrinsic Immunity, and Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Ottawa, received 1 million dollars in Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) funding to develop a nasal spray COVID-19 vaccine.
We had the privilege of meeting with him virtually and having a fascinating and informative conversation on the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines, and its effect on society.
Check out our interview, Nasal Spray Vaccines – A Breath of Immunity: An Interview with Dr. Marc-André Langlois, in our latest issue!
Call for Submissions & Artwork: 12.1
UOJM will now be considering all articles, regardless of their topic, and implementing a continuous publication model. Additionally, we will still publish regular issues to highlight developments in research in specific areas.
UOJM is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming Spring/Summer 2022 Issue 12.1: Innovations in Health Care Delivery and Training. Deadline: May 6th, 2022 at 11:59 PM EST.
Please view this link for more information!