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The Centre de santé et de services sociaux Baie-des-Chaleurs (CSSSBC) implemented a learning organization project in nursing. This project entails the transfer of skills and knowledge, job integration, and professionalization of nursing duties. In practice, a culture...Read More
Hay River Health & Social Services Authority installed a Macerator in the soiled utility room which is accessible to Long Term Care and Acute Care units. The high-pressure spray arms which had been used to cleanse bedpans and urinals in the patient bathrooms were...Read More
The Boundary Trails Health Centre of the Regional Health Authority Central Manitoba implemented an infant loss patient care program called Aiding Parents Experiencing Infant Loss (APEIL). This program was developed locally through a member of the community that has...Read More
The Island Health Aboriginal Recruitment and Retention Strategy is our approach to creating and maintaining a sustainable workforce by increasing the number of Aboriginal peoples working in healthcare on Vancouver Island. Our 4 person Aboriginal Employment Team is...Read More
In 2011, the Centre de santé et de services sociaux de Laval (CSSS Laval) conducted a survey among its staff and service providers to better understand why many were choosing to leave the organization; even before reaching three years of seniority within the...Read More
The Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) is the standard tool used to diagnose Latent TB infection (LTBI). While an accurate screening tool, the TST is associated with a relatively high rate of false positives, specifically in people who were vaccinated with Bacille de...Read More
Since 2012, the website depistagesein.ca has been a vehicle for providing women and health care providers with the most accurate information about breast cancer screening, additional examinations, and breast pathologies. The website was designed to be clear and...Read More
Vancouver Coastal Health’s Employee Engagement department conceived, designed and delivered an online new employee orientation to replace the day-long monthly classroom session. It was successfully rolled out to the entire health authority in 2009 and has since...Read More
From 2007-2009, the Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority (GASHA) and the Paqtnkek and Potlotek First Nations worked together to develop Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) – one MOU between each community and the District Health Authority. The First Nations...Read More
At CSSS de Vaudreuil-Soulanges, we were looking to transmit a large quantity of information on Required Organizational Practices (ROPs) to our entire staff in a timely manner. To do this, we organized a “nautical rally” competition based on the six ROP patient safety...Read More
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