Who am I?

The Chief of Surgery at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, and I believe in the power of the written word to change lives. Please feel free to peruse the articles below.

I can be contacted at: drozario@haltonhealthcare.com
Twitter @duncanrozario

Department of Surgery website: www.oakvillesurgery.com
Departmental Twitter @oakvillesurgery

COVID-19 and the Future of Virtual Care

Virtue in Leadership in the Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership Mar. 2020 

Virtual Care Article in  Canadian Healthcare Technology Mar. 2020

Guided Imagery Meditation

Infinite Games: A vision based on virtue for healthcare

Smart use of smartphones can improve healthcare

Joule- We asked 5 experts about innovation

Disruption…more than just a buzzword

Opioids are not the solution to all post-surgical pain

From one doctor to another: here is what you can do about burnout

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Burnout

Burnout, resilience and moral injury:How the wicked problems of health care defy solutions, yet require innovative strategies in the modern era.

A guide for surgeons on burnout and resilience

Thinking about multimodal pain control

Patient experience at the heart of hospital’s focus.

9 reasons surgeons are under all time massive stress

The importance of patient experience in healthcare

How well do we do what we do and how do we know it? The importance of patient reported experience measures in assessing our patient’s experience of care

Surgical quality program improves results and saves money

Optimization of communication in the surgical program via instant messaging, web-based surveys, newsletters, websites, smartphones and telemedicine: the experience of Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital

Reducing catheter-associated urinary tract infections using a multimodal approach — the NSQIP experience of Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital

Can surgical site infections be reduced with the adoption of a bundle of simultaneous initiatives? The use of NSQIP incidence data to follow multiple quality improvement interventions.