Posted: February 27, 2015
Transitioning Rehabilitation from
‘’maximizing independence’ to ‘enabling
diverse abilities ’
Rehabilitation research is using a new lens for re-thinking patient care. Understanding the rehabilitation professional’s role – the concept being whether to “normalize” […] FULL STORY →
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Ontario’s long-term care homes are seeing an increase in younger residents with disabilities and mental-health issues, and many question if it’s an appropriate environment. Like many 24-year-olds, Michael Wedemeyer loves music, and gets excited discussing heavy metal and rap. “I like ...
Understanding generic drugs
Your hospital formulary likely includes a large number of generic drugs. Generics provide good value for money and can free up budget for newer drugs that are not yet available in generic form. But multiple generics can be confusing for ...
Transforming the way we work together through integration
Matthew Anderson is the President and CEO of William Osler Health System. As CEOs of the three largest health service providers in the Central West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), we have always considered our organizations as true partners, aligning ...
Has your health care facility already experienced
Many health care facilities across North America have already experienced extreme weather events (e.g. storms, floods, wildfires, extreme temperature events) that can create emergencies by damaging infrastructure, compromising access to critical resources (e.g. food and water) and have challenged the ...
Getting to work the smart way
Joceline Turner, Technical Specialist, Hamilton Health Sciences (second from left) and Rebekah Jackson-Gravely Advanced Rehabilitation Therapist, Hamilton Health Sciences (third from left) accept the Employer of the Year Award from Smart Commute on behalf of Hamilton Health Sciences. As Hamilton’s ...
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