monday, august 8, 2011
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Get a Running Start - Join Team Women’s College TODAY! – On Sunday, October 16, take action.  Run, walk or wheel for Women's College Hospital at the 2011 Scotiabank Group Charity Challenge. 
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Redevelopment Update

REMINDER: We want to keep you informed! For regular updates, pictures and videos about the progress of our construction project, please visit our redevelopment website regularly.

 
 
 
100th Anniversary

100th Birthday Party to celebrate you! We could not have achieved 100 years of women’s health without WCH’s incredible staff, physicians and volunteers.  So we’re planning a party to celebrate all that you do.  Get involved by nominating a colleague for a Century Tribute, participating in Women’s Got Talent or submitting photos showcasing your experiences at Women’s College.  Click here for more information.

 
 
 
Take Note

Women’s College Hospital’s Centre for Headache tackles long wait-list with educational seminars – A new active wait time strategy to care for patients before their first visit. > MORE

Women’s College Hospital helps minimize emergency room wait times –
New partnership with Mount Sinai Hospital helps reduce emergency room visits.
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WCH in the Media

Dr. Valerie Taylor, psychiatrist in chief at Women’s College Hospital discusses congnitive behavioral theory to help achieve weight-loss in an article posted on BestHealthMag.ca.  Click here to read the story. 

Lili Shalev Shawn’s appointment to chief of communications and marketing at WCH is featured on MarketingMag.ca.  Click here for more information.

For up-to-date WCH news articles, visit
http://www.womenscollegehospital.ca/news/

 
 
 
From WCRI

WCRI’s summer students strut their stuff at Student Research Day – This year’s summer students highlight their work at event on July 21. > MORE

 

 
 
Women’s Health Matters

In July, Women’s Health Matters’ guest expert was Dr. Catherine Classen, clinical psychologist and director of the Women’s Mental Health Research Program at Women’s College Research Institute. Read her responses to readers’ questions about trauma here.