Canadian Medical Association

“In my office, we added cameras indoors and outdoors. And we keep our door locked, which is sad because if we look through the door and don't recognize the patient or person standing on the porch, we don't open the door. And sometimes that is a patient. It's just not somebody we were expecting to arrive at that time.”  – Dr. Nili Kaplan-Myrth

In this episode, host Dr. Caroline Gérin‑Lajoie holds a candid conversation with the three physicians about what it’s like to live in fear of an attack, how peer support is helping them cope and what social media platforms and governments can do to condemn the violence and threats aimed at health care workers.

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