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The Ottawa Model is the only clinical tobacco cessation program of its kind in Canada that systematically identifies, treats and follows smokers over the long term in hospitals, primary care clinics, and other outpatient settings. The University of Ottawa Heart...Read More
An estimated 30-80% of antimicrobials used in hospitals are unnecessary. Antimicrobial overuse promotes the development of superbugs like C. Difficile, Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus (VRE), and Extended Spectrum...Read More
Halton Healthcare Services was seeking innovative ways to create access to paediatric consultation across the three community hospital sites (Oakville, Milton and Georgetown). It was recognized that a significant percentage of emergency department visits at each of...Read More
HHCC recognized the need to implement evidence-based best practices and created a skin care regimen for incontinent patients. We observed the prevalence and incidence of Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD) in our organization before instituting the use of...Read More
To improve patient experience and treatment for thyroid cancer all the necessary diagnosis and treatment options are centralized into single site and have integrated services. This allows patients to access all required treatments quickly and typically receive...Read More
photoVOICE, an effective and well-researched grassroots group methodology typically used in the community to promote social change, was brought into a hospital setting for the first time in January 2010 to amplify the patient's voice. Over the course of the previous...Read More
Patients have a right to know about the record of performance of the hospital in which they place their trust. At the moment, there is no simple, standardized and comparable way of presenting data to the public in Quebec. The Jewish General Hospital wanted to offer...Read More
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