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Typically, clinical/ organizational consultations are core activities of healthcare Ethicists. Clinical consultations tend to deal with challenges involving a particular patient, while organizational consultations tend to deal with challenges faced by the organization...Read More
The growing number of alternative level of care (ALC) patients at the CISSS de Laval, particularly at the Hôpital Cité-de-la-Santé (CSL), prompted us to set up innovative and complementary services. In keeping with the ministerial action plan, the Cross-Functional...Read More
A national Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) Quality Improvement Collaborative Project with 25 maternity hospital teams across Canada was implemented by the Breastfeeding Committee for Canada from June 2019 to December 2021.This project was funded by the Public Health...Read More
In Chair 4 Meals: Aspiration Prevention and the Importance of Positioning for Post-operative Patients
Post-operative aspiration can cause complications like re-intubation, pneumonia, and can quickly become life threatening if a person is unable to get enough oxygen. After four aspiration-related deaths on the surgical oncology inpatient unit in the summer of 2017, an...Read More
Hydrate While You Wait is a pre-operative hydration program that was first piloted on two surgical wards at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in February 2019. The program is comprised of two main components – a clinical pathway and corresponding medical directive for...Read More
At Baycrest, we are committed to providing a clean and well-maintained space for our patients, families, staff and physicians. Glo GermTM (trademark) cleaning audits are one of the common methods used by Environmental Services (EVS) departments to monitor and improve...Read More
To provide a high level of quality, analyses performed at the patient’s bedside, called Point-of-Care Testing (PCT), are carried out by laboratories and must meet strict standards. Problems that led to this project: • PCT analysis results which turned up in the...Read More
The aim of the project was to develop a culture of continuous quality improvement by motivating the Richelieu-Yamaska teams on a daily basis to optimize the patient experience. A number of factors played a part in the project’s implementation. Patient visits since...Read More
The Sainte-Justine UHC is now participating in an overall process of organizational transformation launched by the “Growing up Healthy” project. For the Sainte-Justine UHC, the project is an opportunity to completely overhaul its ways of doing things and introduce or...Read More
Since the creation of the family medicine group (GMF) within the Maizerets family medicine unit (UMF), the perinatal team has taken its MISSION to offer multidisciplinary services to heart. These high-quality, timely services, available from the start of pregnancy,...Read More
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