Monthly Archives: June 2016

A stroke can be devastating for patients and their families. Seeking immediate treatment as soon as you recognize the symptoms of a stroke can...

A team of clinicians at St. Michael’s Hospital is testing a new way to assess patients for diabetic peripheral neuropathy, a loss of sensation...

It started with a fall. That’s how 80-year-old ‘Sandy Pine’ found herself in the Emergency Room at Campbellford Memorial Hospital. Sandy is one of a...

As a registered respiratory therapist, Burnaby Hospital’s Darwin Chan is proud to say that he’s there with patients from their first breath to their...

Given how much healthcare professionals have to do during diabetes-focused appointments, from checking A1C levels and eye health, to searching for potential foot ulcers,...

IF YOU CAN’T CLEAN IT, DON’T BUY IT. Improving infection prevention and control in Long Term Care facilities Furnishings covered with woven upholstery or vinyl with...

The world-renowned Firestone Clinic at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is finding new ways to help nearly three million Canadians diagnosed with asthma. Ground-breaking new treatment...

Having his golden years turn into gasping years was getting hard for retired RCMP officer Bruce Davis, once an exceptionally fit man who also...

#Overuse is pervasive in healthcare. Some healthcare providers say they see it every day. For example, with every daily blood draw that is routinely...

At the recent Charting the Future of Drug Policy in Canada conference, the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, talked about the important role that...