Monthly Archives: May 2007

If you're looking for a nursing career that's rewarding and challenging, with opportunities for advancement in a warm and welcoming work environment, look no...

Canada has the highest percentage of people diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in the world. One in 3,800 Canadians develop IBD every year;...

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of death from cancer, second only to lung cancer. This silent but deadly disease leaves everyone touched...

Ontarians living with chronic kidney disease will soon be able to actively self-manage their illness using technology as part of a new patient portal...

An elderly patient is seeing a heart specialist for the first time. She shifts uncomfortably in her chair, eyeing the garish diagram of a...

On average, 23 women are diagnosed with breast cancer everyday in Ontario; with approximately 8,500 women being diagnosed every year. According to the 2006...

Chu v. Scarborough Hospital Corp. (December 28, 2006), a dispute between The Scarborough Hospital and a group of its annual members, has generated a...

These days it seems Arlene Ejercito isn't short of energy. In fact, she has no complaints. Unlike many dialysis patients who struggle with fatigue and...

Clinical Nursing Best Practice Guidelines developed by the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (RNAO) are improving the quality of patient and client care in...

Recognizing that living with mental illness & addiction takes courage, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Foundation is once again, proud to announce...