In this episode of Infectious Questions, Shivoan & Zeeshan are joined by Ziba Miab (a doctoral student at the University of Manitoba) who will narrate key themes highlighted by refugee women navigating the Canadian healthcare system.
We continue our look at refugee oral health: this time around, we’ll discuss the Interim Federal Health Program. It provides limited, temporary coverage of healthcare benefits to people who aren’t eligible for health insurance in Canada. Our guest expert is Dr. Carlos Quiñonez, an Associate Professor of Dental Public Health at the University of Toronto. // Our theme music is 'Weathervane' by Blue Dot Sessions [www.sessions.blue]
In this episode of Infectious Questions, we continue our look at refugee oral health: specifically, the benefits of universal screening and how to optimize collaborations between primary care providers and dentists. Here to help us once again is Dr. Carlos Quiñonez, an associate professor of dental public health at the University of Toronto.
This episode marks a shift in focus for our podcast, from a virus—Zika—to a population, namely, refugees. Refugee health remains a matter of concern to public health practitioners across Canada. Today, we’ll focus on their oral health, an aspect of wellbeing all too often overlooked. Our guest expert is Dr. Carlos Quiñonez, an Associate Professor of Dental Public Health at the University of Toronto. The Director of its Specialty Training Program, he’s a past president of the Canadian Association of Public Health Dentistry.