A busy year

One year into retirement and it feels like permanent sabbatical–i.e., wonderful!

I completed the book manuscript on Easter Island and sent it off to the publisher, and with Dr. Brian White-Guay and two great students we published a research report measuring the drug shortage problem in Canada – -a spot of work that grabbed some media attention and an op ed, although no sign of anyone trying to solve it yet.

Looking forward to a summer that will entail seeing all four of my grandchildren — 3 boys and a tiny girl born June 19–and more time at the chalet at Lac Mégantic and morning coffee on my dock on Colonel By Lake near Kingston Ontario.

 

 

 

Welcome to my new site

I retired in 30 June 2017. In the last class, the medical students held a beautiful surprise party and presented an amazing video of tributes stretching way back in time, which they have posted online here. It has been a huge privilege to know them, and I learned more from them than they ever did from me.

My colleagues at AMS threw a big party in Toronto and there was a good representation from Queen’s students, former students and colleague Dr. Maxine Clarke.

Since retiring, I’ve been busy completing a book manuscript, working on articles and guest lectures, and enjoying time in Glenburnie, Lac-Mégantic, Switzerland, and the south of France. A commentary that I published in October 2017 CMAJ on bloody sweat (hematohidrosis) went slightly viral, thanks to Kas Roussy of CBC.

This new website is for my current projects now that I’ve moved on from Queen’s University.