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Margaret Sweet

Neurologist

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

HQ Phone:  (807) 684-7200

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Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

980 Oliver Road

Thunder Bay, Ontario,P7B 6V4

Canada

Company Description

At the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, we are dedicated to advancing world-class patient and family centred care in an academic and research-based acute care environment. In 2007, the Health Sciences Centre supported the creation of the Thunder ... more

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Employment History

Certified Vascular Neurologist

Health Sciences Centre


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New VP of research has big plans for Thunder Bay | Northern Ontario Medical Journal

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Wood now lives on the north shore of Lake Superior with his wife, Dr. Margaret Sweet, a clinical vascular neurologist who also works at TBRHSC, and their six-year-old son David.


Northern Ontario Medical Journal » Academic culture takes root in Northern Ontario

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Other recipients include Dr. Margaret Sweet of Thunder Bay, who developed an evidence-based toolkit for triaging TIA and non-disabling stroke, Dr. Lisa Habermehl of Kenora for a project on optimizing electronic medical record data entry and Dr. David Clarke of Parry Sound, for the development of a tool to assess patient-centred care in telemedicine encounters.
Filed in: Research Tags:Advanced Medical Research Institute of Canada, Claude Cullinan, Clint Harris, David Clarke, David Hoffman, David Puskas, Dorothy Wright, Funding, Janet McElhaney, Jubin Payandeh, Kurt Droll, Lisa Habermehl, Margaret Sweet, Peter Clark, Sudbury, Toronto, Tracy Wilson


Northern Ontario Medical Journal » New VP of research has big plans for Thunder Bay

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Wood now lives on the north shore of Lake Superior with his wife, Dr. Margaret Sweet, a clinical vascular neurologist who also works at TBRHSC, and their six-year-old son David.
Filed in: Research Tags:Boston, Canada, Cedara Software, Department of Medical Biophysics, GE Healthcare, magnetic resonance imaging, Margaret Sweet, McGill University, Michael Wood, Milwaukee, Mississauga, Montreal, northern medicine, Northern Ontario Business, Northern Ontario Medical Journal, Ontario, Sudbury, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute, Tufts University, Tufts University/New England Medical Center, University of Toronto, University of Toronto's


Stroke Education Events - TBRHSC

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Presenters: Dr. Margaret Sweet (Neurologist)
Location: TBRHSC: Room 3021 A & B (Auditoriums A & B) Comments: RSVP to reas@tbh.net or 684-6703


www.chroniclejournal.com

The Health Sciences Centre also welcomed Dr. Margaret Sweet to the internal medicine department.
Sweet will be the first certified vascular neurologist at the Health Sciences Centre and she will work at analyzing data from around the world on stroke care and implementing it in Thunder Bay, as well as direct patient care. For Sweet, stroke is becoming a major health concern in Canada. It is estimated that 50,000 people in Canada will have a stroke this year and there is a 20-per cent increase in repeat strokes for first time sufferers. For every minute a stroke is occurring, 1.9 million brains cells will die. "The idea of stroke care is timing," Sweet explained.


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