To mark International Women’s Day on March 8th, we shine a light on some of the amazing work that Michener’s female alumni are doing for Canadian patients and their families. Naturally, we’re starting with Michener’s founder, Dr. Diana Schatz.
Dr. Schatz passed away in October 2020 and her work set the standard for medical technology education in Canada. She blazed a trail not only for healthcare education nationally and globally, but, as one of the first female directors of a major educational institution, she paved the way for women in leadership roles in Canada.
We would also like to share stories of some of Michener’s female alumni who are doing exceptional things in their field. Of course, this is only a small sample of Michener’s accomplished female alumni. If you know of other amazing women who should be profiled, please let Michener’s Communications team know at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to tell their story!
Michener grad stays ahead of technology trends in her med lab career
Michener grad looks back on her path to leadership
Respiratory therapy frontlines extend beyond just hospitals
“Our role is constantly evolving. And there’s never a dull moment.”
Respiratory Therapy students graduate five weeks early to enter the frontlines
Michener alumni doing outstanding work for the SickKids Acute Care Transport Services team
Redeployed UHN staff help bring Long Term Care facility out of outbreak
Michener grad manages blood transfusion lifeline
Big or small, every step counts
An Advocate for Lifelong Learning – Maria Hamilton
Recollections of a Med Lab Pioneer – An Interview with Gertrude Pokoly
Diagnostic Cytology graduate transfers to COVID-19 lab