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  September 15, 2020  
Honouring Residential Schools survivors—ancestors, family and those who also perished— with the Grandfather Drum and Jingle Dress Dance »
  Active screeners at screening booths
A silver lining: How COVID-19 helped reduce TAPMI’s waitlist »
  A group of hospital staff at Kensington Gardens Long Term Care facility
Register for the META:PHI Conference 2020 »
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Missed the Virtual Town Hall? Watch it online »
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GoodLife corporate memberships available »
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Staff wellness resources »
Meet Melanie Henry »
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WCH Institute for Health System Solutions and Virtual Care 
Ending the digital divide »
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Association of Volunteers
Support the Association of Volunteers and their Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon fundraiser »
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Join us at the Black Healthcare Summit this October »
Women’s Health Matters
A WCH dermatologist shares three ways to keep your hands moisturized »
  Women’s Health Matters
WCH in the media

Dr. Michael Gardam – CBC – Late-stage COVID-19 vaccine trial on pause due to possible seriousside effect. Here's what that means   
Dr. Aisha Lofters comments on the latest outbreak – CBC –  The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Sept. 10  

Dr. Amanda Selk – Best Health –  5 Myths About Your Lady Parts Debunked 

Health System Solutions 
Dr. Danielle Martin – Healthy Debate – Quarterbacking healthcare: The central role of family doctors 

WCH Careers

The Women's College Hospital team is revolutionizing the future of healthcare. We value leadership, innovation, collaboration, relationships, equity and safety - and are guided by these values in everything we do. Visit our Internal Jobs Postings* and Careers page to see what positions are available right now.


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This week at WCH

Reminder: Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), please refrain from holding in-person meetings and instead use the phone or the video-conferencing tools available to all WCH staff and clinicians through Microsoft Teams.

Thursday September 17
Women’s Mental Health Program Virtual Grand Rounds
Dr. Kathryn Graham
Drunk and dangerous: The impact of alcohol on intimate partner violence by men toward women
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Join Microsoft Teams Meeting | Conference ID: 721 941 403#
Endocrine Grand Rounds
Dr. Afshan Zahedi
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Endocrine ZOOM Link | Meeting ID: 871 3309 0304 Password: 296820