Sarah Fraser MD

In the Media

An interview with Dr. Onye Nnorom

An interview with Dr. Onye Nnorom

Over the last year, I’ve had the opportunity to host podcasts as part of my work with the medical journal Canadian Family Physician.

The Superwoman Code

The Superwoman Code

Recently, I had the pleasure of being a guest on The Superwoman Code podcast with Dr. Ashley Margeson.

Gaslighting in medicine

Gaslighting in medicine

Recently, I had an experience being gaslit by a specialist colleague. As a woman family doctor, I haven't experienced gaslighting at work frequently, but when I do, it sticks with me. This time, I did something about it. Not only did I call the specialist out about...

SPEAK OUT or shut up?

SPEAK OUT or shut up?

Join us for this free seminar hosted by physicians Dr. Sarah Fraser, Dr. Arundhati Dhara and Dr. Blair Bigham as part of the Dalhousie Humanities Webinar Series.

COVID-19 and Disability Podcast

COVID-19 and Disability Podcast

It was my first-ever time hosting a podcast and while there was a lot to learn (and a few adventures as you will see below), I really enjoyed the process.

A conversation with Dr. Lawrence Hill

A conversation with Dr. Lawrence Hill

The theme of the conference is the medical humanities. After Lawrence Hill’s keynote speech, the lineup of people waiting to speak with him is long

In Medicine

In Medicine

In Writing

In Writing

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Casey’s Slope

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An interview with Dr. Onye Nnorom

Over the last year, I've had the opportunity to host podcasts as part of my work with the medical journal Canadian Family Physician. This month, I had the most interesting conversation with Dr. Onye Nnorom, a family physician and public health specialist in Toronto....

The Superwoman Code

Recently, I had the pleasure of being a guest on The Superwoman Code podcast with Dr. Ashley Margeson. We spoke about my work on the COVID-19 unit here in Nova-Scotia, my experiences, and what I've learned during these times. We also spoke about how you can have...

Gaslighting in medicine

Recently, I had an experience being gaslit by a specialist colleague. As a woman family doctor, I haven't experienced gaslighting at work frequently, but when I do, it sticks with me. This time, I did something about it. Not only did I call the specialist out about...

Pandemic Essays

" I write essays to clear my mind. I write fiction to open my heart." - Taiye Selasi Lately, I've been focusing on the essay as my form of writing of choice. As the quote above says, essays can clear the mind. With everything going on with this pandemic, which is now...

Racism in healthcare

Guest blog by Katya Korol  Katya Korol is an Interdisciplinary Studies Master’s student at the University of Northern British Columbia. She has settler ancestry and writes this blog as a humble learner and from an empathetic perspective—not from a place of lived...

Live Interview with CTV News Anchor Steve Murphy

Tonight I had my first live interview. To be honest it was a bit nerve-wracking at first but then I settled into it. It is certainly an interesting feeling to not know what questions may be coming next with an audience of thousands. But overall, it was a great...