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A checklist was developed, utilizing the airline construct, that encapsulated all the critical steps needed to be undertaken for a successful shift exchange. Shift exchange is a critical period of approximately 15 minutes where the outgoing staff prepares documents,...Read More
CHIRS is a community-based service provider supporting individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI) and their families. There are many unique everyday ethical challenges in working with this population, due to the complexity of issues. The Leading Practice includes...Read More
Service Access to Recovery (SAR) is the centralized access mechanism towards treatment of addiction and concurrent disorders in the Ottawa region. Our main goal is to help people navigate the addictions treatment system so they can find the treatment option that is...Read More
Fecal Bacteriotherapy (FBT), also referred to as Fecal Transplant, is a treatment method used to cure patients of recurrent Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI). Patients with CDI treated with antimicrobial therapy can experience relapse rates of up to 20% and 70%...Read More
Enabling patient and family engagement in care: Establishing the design and development of a new Patient, Family and Consumer Education Program using a de novo needs assessment process
Strengthening and growing patient, family and consumer education remains a strategic priority for the Baycrest Centre for Education. With the rapidly changing information and educational needs of culturally and linguistically diverse Canadian health consumers who do...Read More
Procurement of the Best Possible Medication History in the Emergency Department by a Pharmacy Technician
Medication reconciliation (“med rec”) is a process designed to prevent medication errors at patient transition points. The key step in the med rec process is the determination of the patient’s home medication regimen or the “Best Possible Medication History” (BPMH)....Read More
CAMH has been leading the development and implementation of Integrated Care Pathways (ICP) in the Mental Health and Addictions sector since 2013. Accreditation Canada has already recognized two of the CAMH’s ICPs as leading practice and these have been successfully...Read More
The Haematology/Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (SCT) Program at the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre (JHCC), with the recommendation from Cancer Care Ontario, has worked to move the care of the multiple myeloma, autologous stem cell transplant patient to an...Read More
SnackChat is a peer to peer educational support group that occurs weekly in the family lounge of the NICU at McMaster. It originated from the family integration committee at the McMaster Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) formed in 2017 as part of...Read More
As part of the Juravinski Cancer Centre’s priorities for ambulatory care design, a comprehensive urgent care cancer service was required to provide proactive and rapid access to care for patients with complex, unpredictable, sudden or unmanaged symptoms or treatment...Read More
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