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Human Factors – a new lesson in patient safety

A woman arrives at a hospital to give birth. She has a strep infection and is prescribed penicillin to be delivered by IV to...

New scholarship breaks down the barriers for students with disabilities

The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (Toronto Rehab) presented its Scholarship in Rehabilitation-Related Research for Graduate Students with Disabilities to graduate students Laura Moll and Anita...

Kingston campaign aims to recruit 100 nurses in 100 days

It's an ambitious goal but Hazel Gilchrist says she's ready to tackle it. The manager of recruitment and retention at Kingston General Hospital (KGH)...

People caring for people – it’s the Credit Valley Way

When a professional chooses healthcare, it's a vocation; when professionals choose to work at Credit Valley it's because they are looking for a cutting...

Better Data, Better Decisions help hospitals analyze their workforce

Nurses make up the largest group of health-care providers within hospitals, challenging administrators to face the question of how nurses can work in jobs...

Cutting-edge lifesaving educational program at McMaster Children’s Hospital

It's your first week of residency at a world-renowned children's hospital. There are twenty minutes left on your shift and you will have...

Mount Sinai embraces on-line technology in retention and recruitment

Mount Sinai Hospital is getting high-tech when it comes to keeping and attracting the best team possible - and then tapping their invaluable knowledge...

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