Dr. Ayisha Kurji
Pedatrician and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Saskatchewan
medicine, pediatrics, eating disorders, patient safety, medical education, advocacy, COVID-19, COVID-19 and impact on kids, COVID-19 and impact on healthcare, patient safety and quality improvement for healthcare
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Dr. Ayisha Kurji is a general pediatrician and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Saskatchewan. She has an outpatient general pediatrics practice, and also does inpatient care for those admitted to the hospital. She has a special interest in eating disorders, and provides both inpatient and outpatient care for pediatric patients with eating disorders. Kurji teaches her medical students and residents about patient safety and all things pediatric. She has developed her voice for advocacy, and has recently offered her expertise about COVID-19.