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The balance sheets represent the infections/colonizations within a care unit. With the use of a one-pager, and in one single glance (with figures and not statistics and pictograms), everyone can understand the epidemiological evolution by finding recommendations to...Read More
Faced with a COVID-19 crisis in the small northern New Brunswick region of Restigouche in May 2020, we were appointed by the Department of Health, to carry out mass testing of the population of 21,000 people within just over 12 hours. This region was dealing with...Read More
Cerebral palsy is the most common childhood physical disability with 40% of children with CP having hemiplegic cerebral palsy (HCP), the most common subtype. HCP leads to significant arm and hand impairment with lifelong participation and well-being impacts for the...Read More
The Living Independently and Fully Engaged (LIFEspan) clinic is a coordinated, client-centred service delivery model spanning pediatric and adult rehabilitation services run in partnership between Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and the Toronto...Read More
When transitioning to adulthood, youth with disabilities and their families face inevitable changes in healthcare services, financial support, social roles and community participation. To support a meaningful transition to adult life for clients and their families,...Read More
Holland Bloorview has a 20+ year history of strong family partnerships with teaching and learning, including families sharing lived experiences at new staff orientation and the medical home visiting program. In recognition of the unique skill sets asked of Family...Read More
Expanding the Implementation of Remote Patient Monitoring and Virtual Care Pathways Developed during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare organizations have experienced challenges in the delivery of patient care. Based on COVID-19’s transmission, high incidence of mortality and severe respiratory illness, along with a decrease in hospital resources...Read More
The Development and Optimization of Talent Management within the Nursing Department in a Context of Health Crisis
The COVID-19 health crisis led to an increase in the number of acute beds needed and to the conversion of beds. It has led to a strong demand for caregivers with specific skills to take care of intensive care, infectious patients. A retraining plan has been put in...Read More
Meaningful social interaction and social connection have been shown to positively contribute to quality of life, growth, and development in youth. However, youth with disabilities face barriers to accessing opportunities for meaningful social engagement that stem from...Read More
Virtually delivered healthcare (telehealth, telemedicine) can reduce gaps in access to opioid agonist therapy (OAT) as well as wait times to initiate treatment. Barriers such as lack of transportation, in-person initiation requirements, employment demands and limited...Read More
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