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Implementing a Novel and Supportive Program, Individualized Care for Patients with Respiratory Disease
The Implementing a Novel and Supportive Program of Individualized Care for Patients Living with Respiratory Disease (INSPIRED) program is innovative and evidence-based and uses an integrated approach to disease self-management. It enables exemplary patient and family...Read More
The Low Intensity Exercise Program (LIEP) is an innovative program being offered by the Dartmouth Community Health Team. The LIEP is grounded in Capital Health’s Our Promise in Action which articulates a commitment to build citizen capacity in the self-management of...Read More
Child and Family Relations: A model to enhance relationships between staff and patients and families
At the very core of an exceptional patient and family experience is a respectful partnership that engenders trust and enables patients and families to participate in their care. Although best established and supported at the point of care by healthcare staff, there...Read More
The Call to Order, Room Service food delivery model is offered at the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital on its Maternal Child and Medical/Surgical units. Like its name implies, with Call to Order patients can order their meals by telephone from their hospital room...Read More
The York Region Preschool Speech and Language Program (YRPSLP), administered by Markham Stouffville Hospital, provide speech and language services for preschoolers in York Region. Assessment and a range of intervention services are provided to children and their...Read More
The Medical Assessment Unit (MAU) at Osler is an 8 bed short-stay (up to 48 hours) inpatient unit located near each of our Emergency Departments (ED). Opened in 2010, this unit is staffed by an RN, RPN and an allied health team made up of a social worker, CCAC case...Read More
At Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, patients with neurocritical illness were historically admitted to a mixed level III intensive care unit (ICU). However research indicates that this patient population benefits from care in a dedicated neurocritical care (NCC)...Read More
Integrated Care for Complex Populations is a highly innovative practice within the Toronto Central (TC) Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The practice involved creating a unique cross-sectorial group of organizations including primary care, specialty care,...Read More
During a disaster, psychological casualties may outnumber the physically injured by as much as 4:1. Eighty percent of these individuals surge on hospitals to get support for themselves, or to find loved ones from who they may be separated. Disasters are stressful for...Read More
No one understands the reality of HIV better than someone who lives with it every day. Peers, who are specially trained members of the community who are living with HIV/AIDS – have the power to serve as important role models to others who are learning to cope with the...Read More
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