monday, august 19, 2013
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Top News

Another first for Women’s College Hospital and women’s mental health – Anne Oakley and Shirley Addison of Brief Psychotherapy Centre for Women and others recently published an outcome study on brief relational-cultural therapy. > MORE


Access + Innovation Report 2013

This is the future of healthcare – Women’s College Hospital’s newest publication is now available online. Click here to read our Access and Innovation Report 2013.


Change Champions

Women’s College Hospital staff embrace change with positive spirit during a time of transition – Change Champions initiative recognizes WCH staff for supporting and inspiring one another. > MORE

Women’s Health Matters

This month, Women’s Health Matters spoke with Women’s College Hospital cardiologist Dr. Jacob Udell about his research showing that fertility treatment is not associated with any excess cardiovascular risk later in life.


Take Note

Future leaders graduate from this year’s Rising Stars program – Seven participants from Women’s College Hospital developed leadership skills over 10 months. > MORE



Women in urban areas show high rates of postpartum depression, study finds – New study led by Dr. Simone Vigod found that women living in large urban areas are at a significantly higher risk of postpartum depression after five to 14 months of giving birth compared to those living in rural areas. > MORE


From WCH Foundation

Run, Walk or Wheel with us! Join Team Women’s College in the 2013 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Sign up for the 2013 Scotiabank Charity Challenge before it’s too late! > MORE

WCH in the Media

Dr. Sheila Dunn receives media attention for her newest study about the benefits of onsite colposcopy clinics. Click here to read.

Dr. Simone Vigod’s latest research linking geographic location and postpartum depression received international coverage. Click here for more.

For more WCH news articles, click here.


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