monday, june 27, 2011
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A Thousand Voices for Women’s Health: an award-winning campaign – Women’s College Hospital’s pioneering study receives three prestigious awards. > MORE

Under/Never Screened initiative: addressing the needs of marginalized communities – Women’s College Hospital introduces a new clinic reaching out to marginalized populations who often receive little or no health care. > MORE

 
 
100th Anniversary

Health care through a new lens – Women’s College Hospital hosts Being She – a 100th anniversary photo-based art exhibit at the Gladstone Hotel. > MORE

 

 
 
From WCRI

New study: patients at high risk for hospital readmission need special care
Identifying high-risk patients allows health-care professionals to provide improved post-discharge care. > MORE

 
 
 
WCH in the Media

Women’s College Hospital’s newest program, the Centre for Ambulatory Care Education (CACE) Complex Care Clinic, is featured in the Globe and Mail.  To read the story, click here

A recent study by Dr. Lorraine Lipscombe was featured in the Toronto Sun, as well as other publications across the country.  The research suggests that thyroid supplements – highly prescribed potent medication – should be monitored closely by a doctor.  To read the story, click here.

Women’s College Hospital’s 100th anniversary continues to garner media attention, with a feature on Chatelaine.com.

For up-to-date WCH news articles, visit
http://www.womenscollegehospital.ca/news/wch-in-the-media.html.

 
 
 
From the Foundation

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.  Learn More >>

 

 
 
Take Note

Women’s College Hospital celebrates at annual staff barbecue
Hundreds of staff, physicians, volunteers and students gathered to enjoy summer.
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Excellent care for all – Women’s College Hospital honours its commitment to patients with a new Declaration of Patient Values. > MORE