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Multimedia

March 7, 2015

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd on Global TV's "16x9" - Patients without Borders: Medical Tourism in Ontario

Duration: 12 minutes

Focus: Medical tourism is a big business that is poised to grow to gargantuan proportions.

Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto’s SickKids, Mt. Sinai and the UHN (made up of Toronto General, Toronto Western, Princess Margaret and Toronto Rehab) all accept foreign referrals. However Sunnybrook is the first to openly promote this line of business. Are Canadians being bumped from the queue for treatment? Does this amount to a two-tiered healthcare system where the rich have access to better care?

February 7, 2015

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd on CKNW's "Your Health First" - The Economics of Medical Tourism

Duration: 14 minutes

Today on ‘Your Health First’ we’re talking about the economics of healthcare and medical tourism. Recently in Ontario, it was discovered that two of their main hospitals were advertising to foreign patients, encouraging them to come to Canada to get treatment. The argument for this was to bring money to the hospitals and the economy in general. But how did it affect Canadian patients? Is this happening elsewhere in Canada and we just don’t know about it?

November 15, 2014

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd on CKNW's "The Sean Leslie Show" - The Issue of Doctor Assisted Suicide

Duration: 17 minutes

Focus: The issue of doctor assisted suicide or ‘dying with dignity’ is a contentious one to say the least. Questions of morality and ethics are abundant and the answers aren’t always easy to hear or even obtain. Obviously the main issues center on the rights of the patients, what about the doctors? What would it mean for doctors rights? What would happen if assisted suicide was allowed in Canada?

2014

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd receives Martindale Hubbell Award

Duration: 1 minutes

Health Lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd, head of the Law Firm TTL Health Law, received the Martindale Hubbell Award.

Testimonials

Several years ago I was fortunate enough to have been selected as a Tremayne-Lloyd Fellow here at Western Law. I used the funds to finish a book and to begin work on a new one. It dawned on me far too late that I had never thanked you for that splendid gift. The new book is to be published by Harvard Press in 2010. The TTL Fellowships provided ritual seed capital for this project, which required me to spend a good deal of time and money at The National Archive in Washington. Again, with many thanks.

R. W. KostalProfessor of Law and History

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd Health Law