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Organizational implementation of the care and services partnership (CSP) with patients and family at the CISSS de LAVAL
The organizational implementation of the care and services partnership (CSP) includes all clienteles and levels of the organization: clinical, operational, tactical and strategic. This represents a significant achievement. Firstly, the fact that the CSP in itself...Read More
The distress associated with impairments and disabilities occurring as a result of serious burns to the face and mouth is well-known among victims and clinical practitioners. After a serious burn, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends measuring the level of...Read More
For over 10 years, Vigi Santé has had an ongoing program of audit visits jointly involving infection prevention and control (IPC) services, hygiene and cleanliness and nursing care at its 15 CHSLDs. The program includes an annual visit to each of the facilities and a...Read More
Disclosure is a proof of transparency towards patients and family. It is therefore a privileged way to maintain and solidify the bond of trust with the population. In this context, an audit was conducted and provided food for thought in the context of the revision of...Read More
Adapted ZUMBA is a dance-fitness class that is available for persons of all levels of fitness. It allows participants to work on their cardiopulmonary and motor skills and to increase their physical stamina. Some standing movements are performed for those who have the...Read More
In winter, there is nothing better than breathing the fresh air and seeing the beautiful landscape covered in white to revive beautiful childhood memories. Many residents have skied or engaged in other winter activities in the past. Being able to engage in outdoor...Read More
Creation and setting up of an online educative module and an innovative clinical protocol for the genetic screening of Ashkenazi Jews at the McGill University Health Centre
The Department of Medical Genetics at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is one of five departments in Quebec whose mission is to diagnose, treat and/or prevent genetic illnesses, which are often rare diseases. Some of these genetic illnesses have a higher...Read More
Implementation of Gynecologic Oncology Initiated Genetic Testing for Patients with High Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian cancer (OC) affects 1 in 69 Canadian women, with a five year survival rate of 44%.1 Based on existing literature, up to 20% of high grade serous ovarian cancers (HGSOC) are due to a germline mutation in an OC predisposing gene, most notably BRCA1 and BRCA2...Read More
Developmental care is an individualized approach to care focused on the family and based on understanding the behaviour of newborns. This approach aims for optimal neurobehavioural development in an intensive care context and improvement of parent-child attachment....Read More
Perineal and Pelvic Physiotherapy in Intensive Functional Rehabilitation for People Who Have Suffered a CVA and Have Urinary Incontinence
Many sequelae are secondary to a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) and are directly addressed in rehabilitation. Among these sequelae, urinary incontinence (present in 26% to 44% of people admitted into rehabilitation) is often left out and remains problematic. The main...Read More
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