In conversation with former Olympian Chris Jarvis and Medtronic diabetes educator Deb Samuels on technology that can empower people living with type 1 diabetes.

As an Olympic rower with type 1 diabetes, Chris Jarvis defied the odds with support from a global T1D community of experts. Today, his organization strives to promote a sense of community for all people living with T1D. Listen as Chris and Medtronic diabetes educator Deb Samuels share the advantages of the latest diabetes technology in helping to provide more control in day-to-day life, even for those who aren’t aiming for the Olympics.

June 1, 2023

From launching Medical Alley’s Women in Health leadership series, to becoming Medtronic Canada’s first woman leader, Sheri Dodd has long made health equity a driving purpose behind her career choices. Listen to her insights how healthcare transformation starts with the patient’s perspective in order to remove barriers to better care. (Reproduced with courtesy of Medical Alley)

April 12, 2022

In recent years, sectors across the country have seen explosive advancements in tech and more efficient, cost-effective systems. But what about health? Listen to episode 6 of The Next 100, with Dr. Sacha Bhatia, Executive Lead of Population Health and Value-based Health Systems at Ontario Health, and Dr. Sunny Malhotra, sports cardiologist and founder of RPAutomation.

March 8, 2022

Innovative models of care can be leveraged to improve access to health services across underserved populations and remote and rural communities. Listen to episode 5 of The Next 100, with Dr. Katharine Smart, pediatrician and president of the CMA, and Dr. Stewart B. Harris, Diabetes Canada Chair in Diabetes Management.

February 1, 2022

Youth are driven by curiosity. When they are embedded in an environment that nurtures their inquisitive behaviour and motivates them to seek answers to their questions, transformative ideas are bound to emerge. Listen to episode 4 of The Next 100, with Reni Barlow, executive director at Youth Science Canada, and three high school students who are passionate about science: Keanu Chan, Catherine Diyakonov, and Hardit Singh.

December 13, 2021

Episode 3: Canada has the infrastructure and expertise to become an international hub of health care innovation but it’s time to take a more adoptive approach. Listen to episode 3 of The Next 100, with Zayna Khayat, vice president at Teladoc Health Canada and former Future Strategist with SE Health.

November 14, 2021

Episode 2 : David Timms, who has lived with Type 1 Diabetes for 67 years, and Dr. Margaret Lawson, a pediatric endocrinologist, discuss their perspectives on the progress of diabetes innovation and what they see to be the future of this chronic condition.

October 12, 2021

Episode 1: Dr. Robert Reid, chief scientist at the Institute for Better Health, Trillium Health Partners, discusses building health systems through an integrated patient centered approach.