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Training future health care providers
Training future health care providers

Nursing student Rebecca Butler (left) is completing her nursing preceptor credit at Campbellford Memorial Hospital under the mentorship of Jennifer Woods, Registered Nurse (right). It’s a busy night at Campbellford Memorial Hospital and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program ...

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Leading the way in Continuing Medical Education for cardiovascular care
Leading the way in Continuing Medical Education for
cardiovascular care

Dr. Joe Ricci, medical director of the Central East Regional Cardiac Care Centre for Scarborough-Durham, in the cardiac care learning centre with OTN connectivity. Regional cardiac program videoconferences weekly rounds across Ontario’s Central East Cardiologist Dr. Jason Burstein is delivering ...


Students as agents for change through quality improvement
Students as agents for change through quality improvement

Medical student Florentina Teoderascu poses with the storyboard outlining her award winning quality improvement project at The Hospital for Sick Children. A few years ago, a pediatric patient in the intensive care unit at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) ...


‘Dragons’ Den’ program links innovation with improved patient care
‘Dragons’ Den’ program links innovation with
improved patient care

‘ St. Joseph’s President and CEO Dr. Gillian Kernaghan, left, unveils the patient tracking system monitor with project leads Michelle Soave and Karen Rogers. Dragons’ Den’-style granting program at St. Joseph’s Health Care London yields bumper crop of innovative ideas, each ...


How one hospital is recruiting and retaining top talent
How one hospital is recruiting and retaining top talent

David Musyj is President and CEO of Windsor Regional Hospital At Canadian hospitals, the pressure to control expenses while at the same time, recruit and retain the best talent is getting more and more difficult.  One solution that Windsor Regional ...



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