Interview on CBC News (print and television) on dangers of higher dispensing fees.
Op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen calling for a 9-8-8 suicide prevention hotline in Canada.
Kathleen Finlay was a guest on the Mike Farwell show, 570 Radio.
The Hill Times covered Kathleen Finlay’s campaign to bring 988 to Canada, and the support it has attracted from one prominent Canadian Senator.
Kathleen Finlay was interviewed on iHeartRadio about her campaign to bring a three-digit 988 suicide prevention hotline to Canada. Here’s a clip of the interview.
Kathleen Finlay was interviewed on CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme in an Avis Favro report about Kathleen’s campaign to bring a three-digit 988 suicide prevention hotline to Canada. Here’s the video. The extended CTV News interview and on-line story are available here.
“We need new thinking and bold strokes if we are going to combat this contagion of gender-based violence that moves unarrested from one generation to another.” See full article.
The case of Toronto rapper John River (Matthew John Derrick-Huie), who went to the doctor with chest pains and shortness of breath in 2017 and embarked on a two-year medical nightmare. “Kathleen Finlay, the CEO and founder of The Center for Patient Protection, called River’s treatment “appalling.” “Anytime a person presents multiple times to a […]
Kathleen Finlay interviewed on CBC’s Go Public Calls medical errors a silent epidemic that needs to be treated as a public healthcare crisis. Urges creation of healthcare equivalent of TSB to investigate and reduce critical hospital errors like surgery ‘never’ events. Those mishaps are part of a “silent epidemic,” according to advocate Kathleen Finlay, founder of […]
Kathleen Finlay was a guest on Charles Adler Tonight, the national broadcast of the Global Radio Network. She was interviewed on medical errors, surgery harms and the Canadian healthcare system.