Media & Other Communications

An ethnography of chronic pain management in primary care: the social organization of physicians’ work in the midst of the opioid crisis. Qualitative Methods Journal Club (QMJC), Simon Fraser University. Featured by the Society for the Study of Addiction. Published 07 January 2022.

How media coverage of the opioid crisis has changed over time: U of T-affiliated study examines the construction of the opioid crisis narrative. The Varsity, University of Toronto. January 26, 2020.

Challenges of treating chronic pain contributing to burnout in primary care. CMAJ News. July 3, 2019.

Are headlines like this one making the opioid crisis worse? Study says yes. CTV News. December 5, 2019.

Media’s role in Canada’s opioid epidemic. CBC London. November 19, 2019.

Opioid solutions found beyond the headlines in Western News. Western News, University of Western Ontario. November 14, 2019.

Study: Opioid crisis burning out doctors. Western News, University of Western Ontario. May 3, 2019.

Family doctors caught in middle in deadly opioid crisis, London study finds. London Free Press. May 7, 2019.

How family doctors are effected by the opioid crisis. CBC Metro Morning. May 7, 2019.

Opioid crisis leaving doctors emotionally exhausted study finds. CTV News. May 10, 2019.

Housing crisis pushing people into rural areas with already stretched health care resources. University of Toronto News. September 11, 2017.