DocTalks is a series of community health discussions featuring leading physicians and researchers at St. Joseph’s Health Care London. Learn from the experts how St. Joseph’s is tackling the pressing health issues of our time and why it matters to you and your family. View the DocTalks line-up for 2018. Attendance is free but spaces are limited. Advance registration is required.
July 10, 2018
Dr. Michael Borrie - A better Brain: Maintaining Memory & Independence
Dr. Michael Borrie is the Medical Director of the Aging Brain and Memory Clinic and researcher with the Cognitive Clinical Research Group. He shares how research is detecting Alzheimer’s disease and dementias before symptoms emerge to help clinicians uncover ways to slow progression.
May 24, 2018
Dr. Sandra Northcott, Interim Chief of Mental Health Care at St. Joseph's Health Care London shares the warning signs and symptoms of suicide ideation and offer support strategies to help you navigate this difficult topic with the people you love, especially with young adults.
Jan. 30, 2018
Probiotic Power: What a healthy gut can do for you
Watch Dr. Gregor Reid, scientist at Lawson Health Research Institute and one of the world’s leading experts on probiotics, explain how beneficial bacteria can have a dramatic effect on your overall health.
Mar. 22, 2018
Dr. Muriel Brackstone is an Associate Scientist at Lawson Health Research Institute and Medical Director of the Breast Care Program at St. Joseph's Hospital. Below she shares how personalized medicine is shaping the future of breast cancer care.
DocTalks is a joint initiative presented by St. Joseph's Health Care London and St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation.
Dr. Brian Rotenberg is a surgeon with Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at St. Joseph’s Hospital and an Associate Professor and Residency Program Director at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University. He will share the latest in treatments for managing sleep disorders (snoring and apnea), how throat surgery can drastically change sleep apnea and how these advances can improve lives.