Dr. Yvette Lu, a family physician, visits caregivers across Canada to learn about their lives and the challenges that they face. Then, working with each individual caregiver, she helps them find practical solutions and implement changes to improve their lives. From a journey up a mountain to a field of goats, join Dr. Lu as she meets these inspiring caregivers and journeys with them to new frontiers.
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Robert G. Lyons & Dr. Yvette Lu
Robert G. Lyons is a media producer, photographer, and a Panasonic Lumix Storyteller. He has been working behind the lens since 2003 when he attended the Art Institute of Vancouver’s Digital Film Production program. Over the years he has had the opportunity to work as a producer, director, cinematographer, editor, designer, photographer, and as a writer. His favourite part of being a professional storyteller is being able to take an intimate look at other people’s lives, if even for just a short period of time, in order to tell their stories. While he may work with the same cameras, lights, and microphones each day, the places he goes and people he meets are unique and engaging, this is what keeps him coming back for more!
Dr. Yvette Lu is family physician who practices in Surrey, British Columbia. She frequently speaks about medical issues on CityTV's Breakfast Television and other news programs. She is a clinical faculty member with the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine, and works regularly with the College of Family Physicians to review educational content for family doctors. Dr. Lu has also worked as an actor, producer, director, and composer for a variety of projects including an award-winning short documentary.
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