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A pervasive development disorder, such as autism, when suspected in a child or adolescent, understandably worries parents. When this suspicion can be quickly confirmed or ruled out, parents have a better idea of what they are facing. Diagnostic assessment of a PDD at...Read More
Created in 2005, the Building Bridges Day Treatment program is a day program for students that runs for 18 weeks and is catered to students from the ages of 12-18 years old who are school avoidant due to mental health concerns. Building Bridges offers an educational...Read More
Rounding for Quality at Toronto East General Hospital is a four-part process which focuses on providing timely, high quality care to patient populations. The aim of the model is to care for patients proactively by checking on them throughout the day according to their...Read More
Healthcare Leadership program: Leading Today in Times of Change & Growing to Meet Tomorrow’s Demands
Consolidation poses significant organizational challenges. McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) relocated 8,000 employees to a new site. Departments were required to review their processes. Senior management recognized the need to support and develop managers for...Read More
How do we ensure that a child with a pervasive development disorder accompanied by behavioural problems and an inability to communicate symptoms effectively can obtain the most thorough assessment possible? Professionals on a mental health team at Hôpital...Read More
Clients without a family physician are placed on a waiting list in priority order for intake by a family physician. If they must see a physician without delay, they will be seen based on the priority established by the physician, and follow-up may even be provided as...Read More
In an approach of service improvement and personalization, CSSS Gatineau, through one of its educators at the Centre d’enseignement sur l’asthme [asthma education centre] (CEA), has developed a school-based asthma management program to meet the needs of a...Read More
Like the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec (MSSS), the Centre de santé et de services sociaux de Gatineau (CSSSG) has engaged in a major initiative to improve services delivered to people with chronic diseases. In this approach, a new service was...Read More
Developed for the interdisciplinary team, the mentoring handbook for the perinatal grieving program prepares each member of the interdisciplinary obstetrics team to perform all the procedures advocated in the perinatal grieving program, with each member of the...Read More
Interdisciplinary management of persistent pain: CHAU Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis has a unique, specialized and intensive persistent pain rehabilitation program that is truly interdisciplinary. This program can optimize the home life of participants through group teaching and...Read More
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