Monthly Archives: January 2016

Dr. Steven McCabe of Toronto Western Hospital leads multi-disciplinary team in 14-hour procedure involving 18 surgeons. Dr. Steven McCabe was part of the surgical team...

It’s been almost two months since we opened the new Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (OTMH), one of several new health care facilities completed in...

Acute otitis media is one of the most commonly treated bacterial infections in children. A U.S. estimate says it accounts for more than half...

Fatigue in the workplace is an emerging health and safety issue that requires increased understanding of its impact and prevention. With its mandate to...

Learning has always been central to work and life at #Hamilton Health Sciences.  Supporting and developing our people is a key part of our...

This is Part 1 of Hospital News' 3 Part Series on effective working relationships between hospitals and physicians Effective working relationships between hospitals and physicians: Themes from...

A major preoccupation for cancer researchers in the early 1960’s was the search for a specific biomarker, material or molecule, that would distinguish tumour...

Ancil London spends his days at Sunnybrook assisting with audio-visual requests for the hospital’s 10,000 #staff, volunteers and physicians.  Every Wednesday evening, he hits...

Kathleen Farr has a dilemma. The registered nurse at Barrie’s Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) has just been assigned to an extremely anxious elderly...

When Italy’s “Mare Nostrum” maritime #SAR (search-and-rescue) operation was terminated in November 2014, only a few Italian Coast Guard and passing merchant vessels remained...