monday, january 9, 2012
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Top News

Saying goodbye to Burton Hall
Women’s College Hospital commemorates beloved building with ceremony and time capsule extraction. > MORE

 
 
WCH in the Media

Dr. Christine Lay makes headlines across the country in a story about migraines. Click here to read more.

Dr. Steven Narod comments in the National Post about a study showing some breast cancer tumours vanish on their own. To read the story, click here.

Making international news, Dr. Janice Du Mont receives media coverage about her editorial in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) calling for a morale and political movement to end violence against women and girls. Click here to learn more.

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From WCRI

The power of the unpublished word – One Women’s College scientist is making sure that research that’s out of sight isn’t out of mind. > MORE

Anticipating an aging population - How one Women’s College scientist is helping to prepare our health-care system. > MORE

 
 
 
Take Note

New wait times initiative a hit with patients – Project by osteoporosis team cuts wait times in half and significantly increases number of new patient referrals. > MORE

 

 
 
Spotlight on Nursing

Women’s College nurse paves way for revolutionary program – Input by Judie Surridge led to creation of George Brown College Family Practice Program. > MORE

 
 
 
Women’s Health Matters

This month, Women's Health Matters launches a new series called A Question of Health. Every month, a Women's College expert will answer a question about a health issue that's in the news or on women's minds. In January, we asked Dr. Danielle Martin, a family physician with the Women's College Hospital Family Practice Health Centre, for some realistic health resolutions for 2012. Read her top three resolutions here.