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Recognize an extraordinary healthcare professional or volunteer with a 2017 Human Touch Award nomination In the healthcare community across Ontario, it’s not uncommon to...

By Jennifer Garland “Whenever doctors are interacting with a patient, doing uncomfortable invasive things or having to impart bad news, we really need to have...

By Caroline Dobuzinskis The website for the Clinical Education and Training Program at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (BC-CfE) was created in 2014...

By Barbara Greenwood Dufour Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the second most common infection of the human body. Certain medical conditions, such as bladder dysfunctions...

By Danae Theakston When things go wrong in healthcare, it’s easy to ‘name, blame, and shame.’ But it actually takes bravery and vulnerability for a...

Canadian and Australian prostate cancer researchers have discovered a key piece in the genetic puzzle of why men born with a BRCA2 mutation may...

By Dr. Gordon Wallace Building a culture of respect in any healthcare setting is critically important. A stable, collegial and productive workplace leads to safer...

By Michael Oreskovich Ongoing nursing education is the key to ensuring that clinical staff continues to keep up with increasing patient demands at Runnymede Healthcare...

In Ontario, over 1.3 million people experience mental illness and physical illness at the same time,  and there is increasing evidence suggesting the need...

Whether acting as juror or witness at a coroner’s inquest, nurses play a vital role in the analysis of evidence and creation of recommendations...