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In May 2003, CSSS du Cœur-de-l’Île was designated the regional centre for hip and knee replacement. This practice was put in place to ensure that best clinical practices for hip and knee replacement were being used in the CSSS. Our objective was to increase the volume...Read More
A new role for Advanced Practice Physiotherapists (APPs) in caring for patients with hip and knee arthritis has now been expanded to patients with shoulder and spine conditions. In response to the Ontario Wait Time Strategy, the Holland Centre pioneered a team-based...Read More
Healthcare associated infections are considered a serious threat to the hospitalized patient’s safety. Among surgical site infections, those related to orthopaedic procedures are considered severe and can increase morbidity-mortality rates. Factors in the...Read More
Patient blood management has been defined as any intervention that helps decrease the patient’s chance of needing a blood transfusion during their hospital stay. Fairly liberal transfusion practice for anemic patients was the standard of care throughout the world....Read More
The Holland Centre has created an innovative, evidence-based, patient-centred model of care that is class-based and time-limited. Nationally, rehabilitation practices vary widely, and in Ontario, limited availability to community funded outpatient services as well as...Read More
Intervention and Rehabilitation Model to Improve the Quality of Life for People Living with Parkinson’s
The Geriatric Day Hospital at CSSS Alphonse-Desjardins implemented an innovative geriatric rehabilitation model to improve the quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s. It is an interdisciplinary approach that includes the practical application of cognitive...Read More
The development of the mass casualty procedure at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has been ongoing for years. However, a critical component missing from the plan was that it had never been tested until the Agence de santé et des services sociaux de Montréal...Read More
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