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1. Environmental Health Reports

...Creating healthier environments for those with ES/MCS can benefit everyone in the building. The Environmental Health Clinic has released a paper entitled Guidelines to Accommodate Students and Staff...

2. Referrals to Environmental Health Clinic

...If you do not have a family doctor, please make an appointment with a family doctor of your choice to establish ongoing care and obtain a referral. The Environmental Health Clinic does not provide ongoing...

3. Environmental Health Clinic provides “green” health care at Women’s College Hospital

April 16, 2012 Did you know that over one million Canadians have been diagnosed with environmental health-related illnesses such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and environmental sensitivities? People...

4. Promoting environmental health awareness

from the May 16, 2011 issue of Connect Promoting environmental health awareness Over the last 65 years, we’ve seen the introduction of approximately 82,000 chemicals in commercial use in North America...

5. Environmental News

Environmental News is a newsletter issued twice a year by the Environmental Health Clinic at Women's College Hospital. It contains articles written by health-care professionals about the environment and...

6. Environmental Health Clinic

The Environmental Health Clinic (EHC) is a unique multidisciplinary clinic and the only one of its kind in Ontario. It was established in 1996 by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to be a provincial...

7. Healthy Children, Healthy Future

from the May 3, 2010 issue of Connect Healthy Children, Healthy Future Over one million Canadians over the age of 12 suffer from environmental sensitivities (ES). While the number of children with ES...

8. The effects of invisible waves

June 11, 2012 The world is becoming dominated by wireless technology which is constantly emanated as micro, radio and extremely low frequency waves through the air. Researchers are studying the effects...

9. Study at Women’s College Hospital clinic finds fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome limit physical and emotional health

By Patricia NicholsonResults of a new study highlight the impact of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple chemical sensitivity on Canadians. People with one or more of these conditions often...

10. WCH’s Dr. Riina Bray speaks at a Montreal conference

September 5, 2016 By Atifa Hamir Dr. Riina Bray Women’s College Hospital’s (WCH) Dr. Riina Bray recently gave a presentation at the Ecosphere Environmental and Ecohousing Fair, part of the World Social...

11. Milestones

Throughout our history, Women's College Hospital has embarked on numerous research programs relating specifically to women's health. The hospital has claimed numerous "firsts" of which it can be proud...

12. Programs on the Move

from the November 29, 2010 issue of Connect Programs on the Move As construction progresses on our new facility, some programs are getting ready to move. But moving programs is about more than relocating...

13. What happens when breast cancer treatment ends?

October 29 2018By Jennifer Lee  When patients are going through cancer treatment, most of the emphasis is on getting through surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. As this time draws to a close, however, many can...

14. What happens when breast cancer treatment ends?

October 29 2018By Jennifer Lee  When patients are going through cancer treatment, most of the emphasis is on getting through surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. As this time draws to a close, however, many can...

15. Women’s College Hospital’s Infection Prevention and Control liaison team enhances safety and spreads awareness

June 16, 2014 Women’s College Hospital (WCH) is committed to keeping patients, staff and volunteers safe. The Infection Prevention and Control (IP&C) liaison team plays a vital role in making this...

16. Women’s College Hospital staff embrace change with positive spirit during a time of transition

August 19, 2013 From helping each other pack for the move to the new building, to supporting one another in their daily work, and adjusting to the new facility, Women’s College Hospital (WCH) staff...

17. Women’s College Hospital staff embrace change with positive spirit during a time of transition

August 19, 2013 From helping each other pack for the move to the new building, to supporting one another in their daily work, and adjusting to the new facility, Women’s College Hospital (WCH) staff...

18. What happens when breast cancer treatment ends?

October 29 2018By Jennifer Lee  When patients are going through cancer treatment, most of the emphasis is on getting through surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. As this time draws to a close, however, many can...

19. TRAM working group honoured with inaugural Joan Lesmond Quality Excellence Award

Nov. 28, 2011 Born out of Women’s College Hospital’s (WCH) outstanding success during Accreditation 2010, the Joan Lesmond Quality Excellence Award was spearheaded by Jane Mosley, chief nursing executive...

20. Why scent-free makes sense

By Patricia Nicholson You may have noticed that a growing number of organizations – workplaces, schools, public spaces and health-care facilities – are adopting scent-free policies, and asking employees...

21. Environmental Health: How Complex Health Issues May Be Linked to Our Air, Food and Water

Author: Patricia Nicholson According to the World Health Organization’s 2006 report Preventing Disease through Healthy Environments, almost one-quarter of the global disease burden can be attributed...

22. Change Champions

July 8, 2013 In May, as part of our Operational Readiness project, we launched our Change Champions initiative as a way of recognizing individuals who rise above the pressure and maintain an infectious...

23. Careers at Women's College Hospital

At Women's College Hospital, our greatest strength is in our people. We recognize this, and are committed to our strategic goal of being an employer of choice through creating a work environment based...

24. From the WCH Archives: Trailblazers in the field of women’s health research

March 6, 2017 By Heather Gardiner “Among the many fields that have opened up for women in this century none have offered greater opportunity for accomplishment and satisfaction than medical research...

25. Environmental Health

Our guest experts in August 2010 were members of the Environmental Health Team from Women’s College Hospital’s Environmental Health Clinic. Women’s College Hospital’s Environmental Health Clinic...

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