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Meet Dr. Gurprit Randhawa, Project Coordinator for Knowledge Mobilization Training at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation (HLI) at St. Paul’s Hospital.
The historic transplant of a pig kidney to a human is a “milestone” event that could one day address the shortage of donor organs, says Dr. John Gill, a research scientist and physician with St. Paul’s Hospital’s Division of Nephrology and professor of Medicine at the University of British Columbia.
The name Helen didn’t really work. Neither did other typical names, such as David or Susan. But Giggles just seemed the perfect fit to Jim Mann. He is a patient partner — diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s 15 years ago — and study co-lead for a new project looking at how robots can be used to reduce social isolation in long-term care (LTC).
October is Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month. Many of us are still working from home and eliminating commutes, which decreases our daily physical activity. Below are tips for incorporating more steps into your day, and find out the optimal number of steps/day you should be taking (spoiler: there is no magic number).
Ideas: Forward is a place for all PHC staff, medical staff and researchers to go when they have a great idea, but aren't sure how to make it a reality.
“I was picked up by an ambulance, but I had my little dog, Lucky, with me,” says Faris. “I was living at a place with the cheapest rent possible and not great neighbours. I was scared for my own health and I was scared for Lucky. It was not a good situation.”
The time is right to match our identity to our maturity, our increased global reputation and our impressive track record.
As a medical coordinator in the long-term care residence at Holy Family Hospital, Dr. Eileen Wong has seen it first-hand. “During team conferences with long-term care residents and their families, food was a frequent topic of concern,” she says.
By Katrina Besler, Naomi Potter, and Ivan Leversage
On behalf of the PHC Research Challenge Advisory Committee, funding for 15 diverse and dedicated teams of point-of-care clinicians has been announced in the 2021 cohort.