Monthly Archives: October 2008

A well documented link between mental illness and an increased risk of physical health problems was one of the reasons the Whitby Mental Health...

When two-year-old Shelby Robertson had a liver transplant in Toronto in 2007, her family faced the prospect of relocating temporarily from Kingston to Toronto...

A 49-year old woman, fed up with waiting for admission to a psychiatric bed, walked away from an Ontario hospital to her death. She...

How do you implement a medication safety initiative across five large facilities and five unique areas of patient care? St. Joseph’s Health Care, London...

Helping young people between the ages of 16 and 30 afflicted with the recent onset of depression and anxiety is the major focus of...

Hospitals are huge and can be intimidating institutions, not just for the patients, but for a new CEO such as myself. I am quite...

It takes seconds for a bolt of electricity to course through your body and months, even years, to fully recover. “You can’t tell just...

A warm, friendly smile in a hospital emergency department is comforting at any age; especially if you’re confused and not sure how you arrived...