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Too little, too late: How we fail vulnerable Canadians as they die and what to do about it

Access to palliative care is not universally funded and challenging to access for many Canadians, particulary those facing socioeconomic diffculties such as poverty and...

Written by Simon Cheung for Megaphone Magazine with support from ICHA's Naheed Dosani, the article dives in and discusses the hurdles that come with meeting the needs of vulnerable...

Congratulations to Dr. Ritika Goel on this outstanding achievement!

Her practice is based out of Toronto’s Queen West Community Health Centre, where...

"People 'dying unnecessarily' because of racial bias in Canada's health-care system,...

ICHA and partnering agencies; Hospice Toronto and the Saint Elizabeth Foundation, are thrilled to unveil the new Journey Home Hospice website.  With heartfelt photography and a stunning interface...

Members of Health Providers Against Poverty, (left to right): Andrew Silverthorn, social worker, Samantha Green, family physician, Michaela Beder, psychiatrist (...

Dr. Naheed Dosani received a Meritorious Service Cross from Governor General Julie Payette on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. The honour recognizes Dosani for being a trailblazer in providing mobile end-of-life...

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