MAA Matters - Winter 2021

Reconciling medical education and health care for Indigenous peoples

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Much needs to be done to reconcile medical education and health care for Indigenous peoples. Here’s what’s underway now....
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Who was Dr. Peggy Hill?
When Dr. Marion Hilliard (Class of 2T7) took to the high-school stage to speak about her career as an obstetrician/gynecologist, Marguerite (Peggy) Hill sat enthralled....
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The Dr. Marguerite (Peggy) Hill Lecture Series on Indigenous Health
The annual Dr. Peggy Hill Lecture, one of the university’s oldest standing initiatives in Indigenous Health, has welcomed a variety of insightful speakers....
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Class of 6T1 Memorable Moments
Celebrating the Class of 6T1’s 60th anniversary, with memorable moments....
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What's a Class to do?
Although the pandemic has slammed the brakes on many class activities, the Class of 9T4 continues to raise funds for medical students. And the Class of 6T0, well...
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Class Notes
News from your classmates...
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In Memory of Dr. Peter Dent
Peter created the first multidisciplinary program in immunology and virology, and founded McMaster Children’s Hospital in Hamilton....
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In Memoriam
LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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