Monthly Archives: November 2012

As I reflect back on 2012, one thing is abundantly clear: ASK. LISTEN. TALK. is alive within the Canadian health care system. At the Canadian...

The past year saw some significant events for ethics in healthcare practice, touching on the beginning and end of life, and its quality –...

Do you provide your professional medical services directly to a health care institution rather than through a corporation you control? If you do, you...

Oral Immune Therapy (OIT) is a continuous quality improvement (CQI) initiative designed to provide early colostrum to babies in the NICU. It was implemented...

In 2002, recognizing the rich diversity of the community and the value that each culture places on good health, community roundtable meetings were initiated...

Windsor Regional Hospital (WRH) is on record for providing Outstanding Care - No Exceptions!  One of its core indicators is to improve patient satisfaction....

Most people would agree that the last place they want to be is in the hospital. But unfortunately, there comes a point in everyone’s...

Dr. Neville Poy put the scalpel down 16 years ago but remains on the cutting edge of giving back to the community. Befittingly, the Order...

An innovative new fundraising event was launched this year by Mount Sinai Hospital’s Foundation called Summit for Sinai. The adventure ― led by passionate...

In hospitals, many of us are prone to a disorder known as “bright shiny object syndrome.”  We doggedly chase the latest management system or...