Monthly Archives: December 2013

Early detection of prostate cancer using the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test has remained a controversial topic for several years. The PSA test is...

What can Canada gain by upping its investment to advance the health quality improvement (QI) agenda? And, in what areas should it invest? A...

Good interprofessional relationships and collaboration have been present since midwifery care was introduced in Temiskaming in 2010. This led to an expansion of services...

Within the health care arena, how many examples of federal, provincial and territorial collaboration can you name?  How many have endured for over a...

Labour and birth information for each hospital in British Columbia is now available to expectant mothers, their families, the general public, and health care...

For years, it has been standard practice in hospitals. Patients arriving at registration are issued an armband to identify who they are. In some...

London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) has developed a new tool to improve patient care by better managing the triage process for expectant mothers coming...

Getting a mammogram every two years for breast screening helps make sure any problems are caught at an early stage. The earlier you find...

A new Nurse Practitioner role with a special focus on Geriatrics is helping the most frail and complex patients at St. Joseph's Health Centre...

Three Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI) scientists won Movember Discovery Grants from Prostate Cancer Canada. The awards are worth $200,000 over two years and support...