Pharmacists’ clinical scope of practice

By Trupti Kulkarni and Anjana Sengar Hospital pharmacists are uniquely positioned to improve medication safety and efficacy. In order to have the most impact, pharmacists...

Imagining health leadership after the pandemic

By Jaason Geerts We’re at mile marker 35 (of 26.2) in the marathon of COVID-19 response and the finish line continues to find furtive ways...

Taking time to reflect and learn from COVID experiences

By Ashleigh Townley, Joanna Wincentak and Shauna Kingsnorth The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a whirlwind of change to the Canadian healthcare context and daily practice...

Procurement’s time to shine

By Neil Fraser I have been working within the Canadian healthcare system for almost four decades and have witnessed the changing tides of health technology...

Offer COVID-19 vaccines to pregnant or breastfeeding people

People who are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to conceive should be offered the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) vaccine based on ethical...

The case for mandatory vaccination of health care workers

By Colleen M. Flood, Bryan Thomas & Kumanan Wilson Mandatory vaccination is a tricky subject. People in liberal societies like ours are suspicious of being...

Triage in critical care: A protocol to protect lives and principles

Healthcare resources are finite. This hard truth has never been felt more keenly than in this pandemic. Thousands of people are now at home...

Hospitals will Adopt Team Ontario Approach to Critical Care Crisis

"Today, provincial modelling data revealed that Ontario is at a 'dangerous' point in the pandemic. The number of new COVID-19 cases is growing by...

Changes to admission and recovery processes enhance efficiency in Cardiac Short Stay Unit

By Madeline Dwyer A recent partnership with the Medtronic Integrated Health Solutions (IHS) team and Southlake Regional Health Centre’s Regional Cardiac Care Program has improved...

The lost years or a spectacular 2021: Health leadership in 2021

By Jaason Geerts      The early months of 2021 will define health leadership as it advances. The recent approval and distribution of vaccines suggest to many...

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