Bonnie J. Fraser Henry OBC, FRCPC (born 1965 or 1966) is a Canadian physician who is the Provincial Health Officer for British Columbia, the first woman in this position. Henry is also a clinical associate professor at the University of British Columbia. She was a family doctor and is a specialist in public health and preventive medicine (also known as community medicine).
- Alberta and some of the other provinces, Nova Scotia, in particular, have an at-home type of kit that we don’t have in B.C., a kit that is more amenable to distributing to people, the BTNX kits
- "‘Show the work’: Doctors skeptical of B.C.’s rapid test strategy, question Henry’s rationale" (December 16, 2021 UPDATED)