Monthly Archives: August 2002

Cancer manages to touch just about everyone we know in some way. It is a very common disorder and is one of the most...

The crow wished everything was black,The owl that everything was white.William Blake Canada is consistently rated the best country in the world in which to...

"It's so simple, so inexpensive, and such common sense," said Jocelyn Reimer-Kent, RN, MN, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Cardiac Surgery Program, Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH)....

Your four-year-old client needs a feeding tube. How do you explain it without scaring her? Adapt a doll with the same equipment, teach the...

Your daughter has been vomiting throughout the night. You take her temperature and discover it's much higher than it should be. Her...

The official opening of the Wallaceburg Community Medical Centre in June illustrates an innovative strategy to address the physician recruitment and retention challenges experienced...

The night started off with a car full of friends on their way to a party and ended with a long and difficult road...

North York General Hospital recently formally launched the Freeman Centre for Palliative Care, an innovative community outreach and inpatient program that supports adults and...

Durham Region has a long history of a well-developed palliative care service for both hospitals and the community, and willingness for health-care providers and...

The Ontario CritiCall Program assists physicians caring for critically ill or trauma patients by facilitating consultations with on-call specialists who can provide immediate patient...