Riina Bray, MD BASo, MSc, MCFP, MHSc

Medical Director - Environmental Health Clinic, Women’s College Hospital, Toronto (Canada)

Dr. Bray trained in chemical engineering, then earned her Master of Science degree in pharmacology and biomedical engineering in the area of addictions and toxicology. She then studied medicine at the University of Toronto and did her specialty in Family Medicine at UBC. She then completed a fellowship in Environmental Health at the University of Toronto. She has been Medical Director of the Environmental Health Clinic at Women’s College Hospital and Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine for over fifteen years. She was Chair of the Environmental Health Committee of the Ontario College of Family Physicians for ten years and holds a Master of Health Sciences (Public Health) in Family and Community Medicine. She has taught university level courses, won awards for her work in environmental health, spear-headed multiple educational and academic projects, been involved in multiple government-funded research initiatives, mentored and taught hundreds of medical students, residents, fellows and peers in the area of environmental health and been an advocate in environmental health with non-governmental organizations over the many years.

Abstract

Clinical Observations and Recommended Practice Guidelines for the Management of EHS Patients

The Environmental Health Clinic is a unique multidisciplinary clinic, and one of three in Canada. It has been assessing and managing patients with electromagnetic sensitivities for the past 15 years.

Anecdotal evidence, clinical observations and data gathered, has permitted a better understanding and more appropriate management of cases seen over time. International reporting of medical assessment strategies and interventions reflect similar findings and have been of great assistance in furthering more effective care.

9:00 - 9:30 AM

Friday 29 January 2021

Clinical Observations and Recommended Practice Guidelines for the Management of EHS Patients

CME