Denise Wozniak

Denise Wozniak

Infected HIV at age 29 in 1989, diagnosed with daughter 1994.  Diagnosed chronic PTSD.  Canadian.

Recipient: Queen Elizabeth II Gold and Diamond Jubilee Medals.  Certified Speaking Coach. Hobby: Photography

Trying out TAVIE, the first clinically validated virtual nurse.

published: August, 15, 2017 Written by // Denise Wozniak Categories // Social Media, General Health, Features and Interviews, Denise Wozniak, Health, Media

Below are details of the app from an interview with Claire Kamoun, Director of Patient Engagement for TAVIE and Ezzat Saad, MD, PhD, Vice President, Medical & Scientific Affairs, 360Medlink Inc.

Trying out TAVIE,  the first clinically validated virtual nurse.

Recently, I have started on a trial of the new TAVIE app. Below are details of the app from an interview with Claire Kamoun, Director of Patient Engagement for TAVIE. What do you hope to accomplish with this new app? This innovative mobile application is intended to be a journey companion for people living with HIV. The app is designed to increase patients’ engagement with their care journey and adherence to their medication. Through interactive individualized coaching, the goals of T

Stopped at the border

published: February, 08, 2017 Written by // Denise Wozniak Categories // Social Media, Women, Denise Wozniak, International , Living with HIV

Denise Wozniak:compares her own arrival to that of immigrants detained by a Trump order. "No matter what, human rights are not negotiable..."

Stopped at the border

My life in Canada as a new immigrant began on February 7, 1980. My meeting with immigration officials at the border was not as expected. I was held up for hours, but more about that later. Three generations of my family: my grandparents,, my mother and myself all immigrated separately to Canada; strange but true. My grandparents were from the north of England. My family included generations of farmers. Before his immigration, my grandfather worked briefly in a local quartz quarry and then be