Monthly Archives: October 2014

  Earlier this year, in a Canadian first, a group of experts came together to identify a list of potentially ‘game-changing’ health technologies that could...

Since he was seven months old, David Lingisi has made regular trips to the hospital – sometimes on a weekly basis. He’s now 17. At...

Richard Merrick knows how challenging it can be to make the transition from hospital to community, particularly for patients living with mental illness or...

Paige and Devan, both 17-years-old, are excited. They are getting ready to go to downtown Toronto to see if they can catch a glimpse...

As many as one in five women in BC will experience a mental health disorder during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Such disorders affect...

A patient’s transition from hospital to home is a critical time in their health care journey. While hospitals and community care services are there...

Two years ago, Doug McCaslin was leading a double life. The 65-year-old was splitting his time between his home in Toronto and a job...

How did 80-year old Ambrose Wald fall out of a hospital chair specifically designed to stop patients from falls? It's a question to which...

Conditions related to the consumption of alcohol, such as #alcohol withdrawal, are among the most common problems encountered in emergency departments around the world,...

For Dr. Meldon Kahan, medical director of the Substance Use Service at Women’s College Hospital (WCH), the traditional model of treating addiction – waiting...