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Ann Graham Walker is a writer and journalist who worked for a decade at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a current affairs radio producer. She spent five years as communications consultant to Nova Scotia premier, Dr John Savage - a job where her responsibilities included writing press releases, speeches and producing a cable TV show. Ann has written for a number of publications, including the business publication Nova Scotia Open to the World. She authored Halifax: Canada's Smart City and is a contributing journalist to the Canadian national medical newspaper The Medical Post.

Selected journalism samples, i.e. those you can access online from these links, can be examined here:


“No Fault Reporting Reduces Medical Errors” – published in The Medical Post, October 2001


“Nova Scotia Medical Group Encourages Inside Smoke Ban” – published in The Medical Post, March 19, 2002 and reprinted here.


"Asian Elder Care Faces New Dilemma", published in Global Action on Aging, May 31, 2005


“Reformer Takes on New Role to Serve BC Doctors” – published in The Medical Post, October 16, 2007 (Search Drive)


"Business as (Un) Usual" - Drugstore Canada article on Bob Mehr, compound pharmacist, November 2009


"MD Benefits at Centre of Lawsuit Against BCMA" - Medical Post, March 24, 2011


"Pharmacy responds to closing of B.C. town’s walk-in clinic by offering online doctor consults" - Canadian Healthcare Network, July 26, 2016


See also searchable archives on The Medical Post.


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