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Webinaire: Is Canada sighted sufficiently on the importance of grief in children and youth after the death of a loved one?
Why should carers of people who are dying always ask what does the death mean for children in the family? Informal discussion with senior colleagues in Canada has suggested the need for raising awareness of the importance of childhood grief. This dialogue coincides with the recent publication by the British Medical Bulletin of Sir Al Aynsley-Green’s paper on why adults caring for dying patients should always ask what the death means for children in the family. This in turn was…Voir les détails »
WEBINAIRE: Pediatric Clinical Deterioration: When things go from bad to worse – Parents & Providers Working Together
During this webinar we will welcome Sabina Robin to share her experience with failure to recognize clinical deterioration and have an understanding of the scope of this problem in Canada. You will also hear from colleagues at Sick Kids about their Bedside PEWS (Pediatric Early Warning System) and from CPSI regarding additional tools and resources to support parents and providers working together to improve awareness regarding recognition of clinical deterioration.Voir les détails »
Join us for a discussion of how participating in a collective impact initiative can deepen public health’s commitment to community engagement and health equity.Voir les détails »
WEBINAIRE: Using Routinely Collected Health Data for Research and Quality Improvement: The Importance of Methodology, Validation, and Transparency
Routinely collected health data (such as health administrative data, electronic health record data, registries, and other databases) are increasingly being used in Canada and internationally for research, performance measurement, and quality improvement. However these data and their nature of being routinely collected, often lack quality control and may not reflect reality. In this lecture, Dr. Eric Benchimol (@ericbenchimol) will emphasize the advantages of using these data to improve quality and perform research, but also review the perils and pitfalls of…Voir les détails »