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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
Our Patient and Family Advisory Council Story: Six Years of Sustaining Strategic Continuous Quality Improvement through Patient and Family Engagement
The Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) - Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (HNHB) Regional Cancer Program implemented an approach to advance patient engagement by partnering with patient and family advisors to create a Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). In 2010,...Read More
Qmentum standards address the importance of developing ethics frameworks, creating ethics capacity and ensuring appropriate assignment and monitoring of ethics issues. In 2005 Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) created an Ethics Consultation Team, training volunteer...Read More
Police are often called for social service-related issues, ongoing crisis incidents and mental health issues involving children and youth. These children and youth are at risk of becoming ‘justice-involved’ if they do not get help for underlying mental illness,...Read More
Suicide Prevention: A Model of Standardized Identification and Management of Suicide Risk Across the Care Continuum
As a lead agency in providing adult mental health care services, St. Joseph’s Healthcare (SJHH) intends for suicide to be a never event. To realize this intention, SJHH has created and implemented a system wide, standardized approach to suicide risk identification and...Read More
Hospital capacity pressure and admitted patient flow is a persistent challenge across Canada, with every province experiencing an increase in Emergency Department length-of-stay (EDLOS) for admitted patients in 2016/17. In June 2018, Niagara Health (NH) utilized a...Read More
In 2011, Niagara Health (NH) established an Injury Prevention Program as the organization was struggling to keep people healthy at work and return people who were unable to perform the essential duties of their jobs. Niagara Health and their bargaining unit...Read More
In 2012, prior to consolidation of inpatient and psychiatric emergency services at the new St. Catharines Site (SCS) hospital, the Mental Health and Addictions Program launched a Telemedicine Service through the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN). The Service was...Read More
Business Intelligence (BI) solutions are transforming how organizations use data to guide strategy, operations and point in time decision making. We have designed and implemented a comprehensive, interactive and integrated enterprise BI solution at SickKids to...Read More
Currently in Ontario, many patients are cared for in hospital and then discharged home with community care supports. From the patient’s perspective, there are two (or more) distinct episodes of care that begin and end at the interface between the hospital and...Read More
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