COVID-19 fatigue may be plaguing you these days but not David Campbell. The clinical ethicist at Kingston Health Sciences Centre actually lights up when you mention the pandemic.
“It may sound weird, but I’ve found it very exciting,” he says. “It has brought the most intense challenges I’ve ever faced...Read more
Reid Gladman, a recent Queen’s University graduate, remembers telling his parents that he was pretty sure he had a brain tumor after experiencing his first seizure in grade nine. Following an MRI in his hometown of Kamloops, British Columbia showed no evidence of a tumor, and after experiencing subsequent seizures,...Read more
Over 50 per cent of people in developed countries will experience at least one episode of low back pain during their lifetime. Back pain is a common reason patients see their family practitioner and is responsible for more than half of opioid prescriptions.
“Back pain can affect your ability to...Read more
For some families in Kingston, just the thought of getting their teenager booked for a COVID-19 vaccine is a daunting one. For some children, the sights and sounds of a mass-vaccination clinic can be just too overwhelming to navigate. For others, the sight of a needle can prompt a panic-attack....Read more
If you’ve ever grabbed a bite to eat at KHSC’s Kingston General Hospital site, there’s a chance you’ve met Teresa Beckwith. In fact, if you’ve even just come through the hospital’s main Kidd-Davies entrance, you probably have heard her distinctive laugh.
“I get compliments on my laugh, which probably sounds...Read more
At 21 years old, KHSC Security Guard Satwinder Singh already has a lifetime’s worth of stories to share. In part, because his journey from Punjab, India to Kingston has been a winding one.
At just 8 years old Singh became a volunteer soldier in the Sikh army, known as...Read more