What Michener students love most about their programs

Here’s a glimpse of a few Michener students talking about what they love most about our programs. Find out why patient interaction is one of Natasha’s favourite things about nuclear medicine, how being on the front-lines of cancer treatment motivates Kwee and how knowing her classmates inside and out is a unique advantage for Nicole. Find these students…

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A bird’s-eye view of the Sonography Canada Conference and Board Meetings 2015

Michener Ultrasound professor Sheena Bhimji-Hewitt recently attended the 33rd national Sonography Canada conference in Moncton, New Brunswick. As her final duty as outgoing Chair of the Sonography Canada Board of Directors, Sheena reflects on the conference and her time as Chair. Moncton, New Brunswick was the go-to place for the 33rd National Conference and Annual General…

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Advancements in Stroke Treatments: The Michener Institute hosts knowledge-sharing sessions to enhance patient care

Diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy communities come together to advance their professions through knowledge-sharing for stroke treatments According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, half of all Canadians have been affected by stroke. As the rate of stroke in aging and even younger populations increases, medical imaging is at the forefront of new treatment options,…

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound) Program Profile

Sonographers’ Role in Medical Diagnosis Diagnostic Medical Sonography, more commonly known as ultrasound, is a rapidly changing technology that is used by Sonographers to assess and help diagnose medical conditions. “Sonographers use ultrasound technology as well as their knowledge, skills and aptitude to look for abnormalities or pathologies in the human body,” says Sheena Bhimji…

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