monday, november 2, 2009
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Information Program at WCH – Promoting equity, privacy, patient affairs and our fragrance-free policy. > MORE

At Women’s College Hospital, patient safety is a priority – WCH marks Patient Safety Week by launching our Patient Safety Vision. > MORE

WCH in the Media

Dr. Shari Kirsh, psychiatrist at Women’s College Hospital was featured on Global TV discussing “superwomen” who take on more than they can handle. Click here to view the clip.

The Globe and Mail reports on new breakthroughs helping HIV-positive patients have babies. Dr. Mona Loutfy and the Women’s College Research Institute were featured. To view the article, click here.

Dr. Steven Narod from the Women’s College Research Institute appeared on Canada AM discussing breast cancer and Suzanne Somer’s new cancer book. Click here to view the clip.

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Spotlight on Nursing: A WCH Special Series

A Smear Campaign Against Cervical Cancer
The Bay Centre for Birth Control participates in a national campaign that encourages women without family doctors to receive Pap tests. > MORE


Women's Mental Health in Ontario: Building Networks and Research Capacity – WCH sponsors the first provincial conference on women’s mental health. > MORE

From WCH Foundation

Women’s College Hospital Foundation honoured Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a special screening of Kilimanjaro: The Meaning of the Mountain – chronicling the journey of four breast cancer survivors’ climb up the highest mountain in Africa.  For more information, click here

Take Note

Long Service Awards at Women’s College Hospital
Staff honoured for years of service with ceremony and luncheon. > MORE

Emily Stowe’s Café – Daily menu available online and now offering online ordering for catering services.  Check it out at