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Robin Urquhart
mom of 2 awesome girls, Newfoundlander (& adopted Haligonian), promoter of evidence, kindness, & good books. Trying my best every day, like the rest of us.
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CCRAlliance Jul 15
Thesis work in ? Mark your calendars for November 3-5, 2019 for the taking place in Ottawa. It’s your chance to connect with an extensive network of Cdn cancer researchers —and you don’t want to miss it!
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sara Jul 11
As a white woman who saw this and immediately was upset about not being represented, I checked my privilege. There are so many groups missing a spot at the table. This is embarrassing. 😳
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ICES Jul 9
Minimally invasive radical hysterectomy associated with 2-fold increase in death & recurrence compared to open radical hysterectomy in patients with stage IB : study by in
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MOSH Halifax Jul 11
Replying to @adsumforwomen
Through the work of our and we have connected almost 150 people who have experienced with bikes to get around for work or resources, get exercise, and have fun!
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Alex Munter Jul 10
Study of 100,000+ kids shows just how safe vaccine is for moms and babies: researcher
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Ursula Sansom-Daly, PhD Jul 7
Congratulations on this lovely paper, unpacking some of the clinical complexities of working with for whom cure is not possible. This stuff is hard for everyone involved to talk about, included.
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Robin Urquhart Jul 7
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Brooke Vittimberga Jul 5
I’m so glad to see more research about experiences for AYAs and our healthcare teams. It’s exhausting to be “too old” or “too young” everywhere you go.
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Maya Stern, MPH Jul 6
As a survivor, I am grateful to have my experiences of pain post cancer validated through 's research.
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Emily Drake Jul 6
Led by and our awesome supervisor: !
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Christina Gilman Jul 5
Thank you! As a Mother to a Cancer Survivor we need more studies about pain. Before/During and after treatment. Thank you so much and I will share this with the Onc Parent Support Community.
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Emily Drake Jul 4
- Just published 📬 : Health Care Providers’ Experiences Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults with Terminal Cancer CC:
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PC4 Jul 2
Our Research Round-up podcast special is online! interviewed at Ca-PRI 2019. Subscribe via iTunes Spotify or show notes here
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Emily Drake Jul 2
It was an honour to be asked to join this team! Both Perri and Robin are such rockstars!! This is an important topic that I feel very passionate about. Thank you to the many of you who have read and shared our work!
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BHCRI Research Jul 2
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Nicky Pettitt Jul 1
Look forward to reading this. Impact of AYA care on the professionals compassionately delivering it is a real passion of mine!
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Daphne Jackson Jul 1
Great work - this is incredibly validating. I did not know when I got into this line of work how hard it would be. Some days I come home and have no emotions left for anything else.
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Robin Urquhart Jul 1
Honoured to be part of this wonderful team and project.
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Perri Tutelman Jul 1
Just published! 📣 Health care providers experience unique emotional and logistical challenges when caring for AYAs with terminal cancer, which can influence the care they provide
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Robin Urquhart Jun 26
Replying to @valeriealewis
Agree entirely. We often talk about the importance of mentorship (def important!) but sponsorship is critical to building trainees’ and early researchers’ careers. We should be a sponsor for all our students/early career colleagues.
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