Currently, he has an interest in acute care and inpatient medicine. He hopes to pursue additional training after his residency to improve his competency in providing care within a hospital environment. He also has an interest in working with marginalized populations to combat the opioid epidemic.
He became involved with the Vancouver Division early on in his residency training in hopes of being a voice for residents and to establish better communication between the Division and with his fellow resident colleagues. He is currently working closely with the Residents and New-to-Practice Committee and hopes to become more involved with the Division as his experience grows.
Dr. Little is a practicing family physician since 2014, working in both acute care and community settings with interests in elder care and mental health. She works at Willow Pavilion and St. Paul’s Hospital, caring for admitted primary care patients, as well as making visits to frail homebound patients with HomeVIVE. She teaches residents and medical students and is the Designated Site-Specific Lead for the Care of the Elderly rotation at the St. Paul’s site. Her prior work focused on providing primary and addictions care in Vancouver’s inner city. Her clinical practice has been shaped by her passion to care for some of Vancouver’s most vulnerable populations.
She has been a member of the Vancouver Division since 2012, and involved on the Continuity of Care Committee (CCC) since 2015. Through the work of the committee she became the Division representative on a number of initiatives, and helped champion many successful projects, including the Dine & Learn series.