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Expanding the Implementation of Remote Patient Monitoring and Virtual Care Pathways Developed during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare organizations have experienced challenges in the delivery of patient care. Based on COVID-19’s transmission, high incidence of mortality and severe respiratory illness, along with a decrease in hospital resources...Read More
Meaningful social interaction and social connection have been shown to positively contribute to quality of life, growth, and development in youth. However, youth with disabilities face barriers to accessing opportunities for meaningful social engagement that stem from...Read More
The East Toronto Health Partners (ETHP), which comprises over fifty community health and social care providers including Michael Garron Hospital (MGH), organized an integrated approach to the COVID-19 pandemic in long-term care and other congregate living sites in...Read More
Developing and Sustaining an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Research Program in a Community Hospital, the Niagara Health ICU Research Program
Critical care research in Canada is conducted primarily in “academic” hospitals, usually located in large urban centres. “Academic” centres only account for approximately 35% of all hospital beds across Canada. As a result, studies only enrol a minority of patients in...Read More
Severe responsive behaviours in dementia represent a crisis of growing proportion affecting individuals in long-term care, acute care, and the community. In response, Baycrest developed the Virtual Behavioural Medicine Program, a novel virtual medical and behavioural...Read More
The Reconciliation Working Group (RWG) is a movement at CAMH contributing to systems change in practices and policies in a framework of cultural safety and anti-Indigenous racism. This 24-member committee is comprised of Indigenous and non-Indigenous service...Read More
In November 2019, Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) rolled out the Hypercare app to improve communication between hospital healthcare providers and their community counterparts. Hypercare's mission is to facilitate collaboration in the healthcare system through a secure...Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented barriers to accessing health care services, social networks, and other important supports for vulnerable patients. Across the continuum of health care services, the pivot to virtual care has enabled life saving access to...Read More
With a grant through a local funder, Nance Horwood Place (NHP), successfully launched the Community Kiosk in October 2016. This accessible space offers a variety of much-needed, every-day items for sale at subsidized or no cost, along with access to healthier food...Read More
On March 16, 2020, in response to the emergence of COVID-19 in Toronto, Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) became one of the first hospitals to open a staff COVID-19 Assessment Centre. The centre was opened in collaboration between the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS),...Read More
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