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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
Transferring a patient from the Intensive Care (IC) Unit is recognized as being a period of higher risk. Studies have shown an increase in the incidence of adverse events in the days following a transfer from IC, a significant number of which can be avoided....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
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
This practice was recognized as a LEADing practice by Canada Health Infoway as part of the “Knowing is Better” education campaign, in partnership with Accreditation Canada The Smoking Treatment for Ontario Patients (STOP) Program offers smoking cessation treatment to...Read More
Adolescents and young adults with sickle cell disease and thalassemia transitioning from pediatric to adult health care experience a lack of engagement with adult providers and are at risk of loss to follow-up, morbidity and mortality. In an effort to provide...Read More
The concept of having a welcoming resident was inspired by one of our live-in residents, who was exceptionally involved with his peers. In addition to serving as Chairman of the Resident's Committee, this resident was also a member of several other committees, in...Read More
Helping Hand is a 2 week modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy group program for children and youth with hemiplegia resulting from an acquired brain injuries. This summer program is comprised of one week of modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy and one...Read More
BC Children’s Hospital has developed an innovative face-to-face patient/provider engagement tool called Patient’s View to help solicit feedback about quality and safety from the perspective of patients and families. Studies show that patients and families have a...Read More
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