monday, november 30, 2009
Connect - keeping you informed and up-to-date

Top News

F.M. Hill Lecture Focuses on Caring for Breast Cancer Survivors
Dr. Patricia Ganz speaks at annual Women’s College Hospital lecture. > MORE

 
 
Spotlight on Nursing: A WCH Special Series

Nursing in Phototherapy Education and Research Centre
PERC nurses help educate patients on the treatment and management of skin diseases. > MORE

 
 
 
From WCRI

WCRI Provides Home to Graduate Program in Women’s Health Research
The Collaborative Graduate Program in Women’s Health provides interdisciplinary training for University of Toronto students. > MORE

 
 
 
From WCH Foundation
 

Help the Stars Shine at WCH this Holiday Season!
The 2009 Celebrate a Star campaign is in full swing – posters are up and buttons have been distributed. More info on how staff can get involved will be attached to the Dec. 3 pay stubs. Celebrate your stars and support our hospital at www.celebrateastar.ca 

 
 
Take Note

Women’s Health Matters Website All A-Twitter
Website team launches new feature on womenshealthmatters.ca > MORE

We Remember December 6, 1989
Please join us for the National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women on December 4, 2009. For more information, please click here.

Women’s College Hospital Holiday Party
Follow the link for the details.

 

 
 
WCH in the Media

canoe.ca reports that U.S. breast cancer screening advice is now in line with Canadian guidelines. Dr. Lavina Lickley comments.

Marilyn Emery among high-powered group of women running major Toronto hospitals. Read about them in a healthzone.ca report.

Philanthropy in Action profiles Dr. Leonard Sternberg and the ground-breaking Women’s Cardiovascular Health Initiative. Click here to read the article which first appeared as a special report in The Globe and Mail.

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