223. Migrant Healthcare during COVID-19 (with Professor Y.Y. Brandon Chen)
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Professor Y.Y. Brandon Chen is a health and migration law scholar, currently teaching at uOttawa as part of the Common Law faculty. He has researched extensively on the intersection of healthcare, immigration and the law. His areas of interest include healthcare ethics regarding migrant workers and non-citizen populations. Considering that COVID has created a wealth of travel and healthcare inequities, we sit down with Professor Chen to examine how COVID has affected the healthcare landscape for migrant/immigrant populations and what can be done to ameliorate the situation moving forward. Please note that this episode was recorded during 2022, and information presented on the COVID-19 Pandemic was up to date at the time of recording, but may have changed since. For updated information on COVID-19, you can consult the Government of Canada’s resources here: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html
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