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    HWS Field Trips: London  Research hospitals play a leading role in making Ontario healthier, wealthier, and smarter. To demonstrate the world-class hospital-based research happening across our province, we took a field trip to Ontario’s Forest City—London—where researchers at the Lawson Health Research Institute (Lawson) are transforming patient care through discovery and innovation. Click here for […]

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    Patients + Research: Nicole Brady About six weeks after her son was born, Nicole began to develop symptoms of postpartum depression. She shares her experience being involved in research at Women’s College Hospital.

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  • Bringing Evidence to Care: How the Pediatric Rehabilitation Sector is Adopting Evidence-Based Best Practices

    Ontario is home to global leaders in childhood disability research who are doing foundational work in areas including cerebral palsy, autism, and concussion care. The Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services (OACRS) hopes to leverage this world-class resource by bringing together researchers, clinicians, patients and families to facilitate the dissemination and adoption of top research […]

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  • Building a Healthier, Wealthier, Smarter Ontario - Ontario's Research Hospitals Annual Report 2015/16

    CAHO Year in Review 2015-2016

    Year in Review 2015-2016 Discover how Ontario’s 24 research hospitals are building a Healthier, Wealthier, Smarter Ontario

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ARTIC Primary Care Memory Clinics Map
Memory Clinics expanded to underserviced areas in Ontario
New ARTIC project helps patients living with dementia receive care, closer to home Toronto, January 23, 2017 – A model that allows family doctors to care directly for patients with memory problems associated with dementia and other conditions is being expanded to 17 clinics in rural, remote and underserviced communities across the province. Expansion of […] Read more >
Bringing Evidence to Care: How the Pediatric Rehabilitation Sector is Adopting Evidence-Based Best Practices
Ontario is home to global leaders in childhood disability research who are doing foundational work in areas including cerebral palsy, autism, and concussion care. The Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services (OACRS) hopes to leverage this world-class resource by bringing together researchers, clinicians, patients and families to facilitate the dissemination and adoption of top research […] Read more >

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The Case for Evidence-Based Policy: Looking at the Impact of the Ontario Drug Policy Research Network
In 2008, researchers Tara Gomes and Dr. Muhammad Mamdani from St. Michael’s Hospital and Dr. David Juurlink from Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre collaborated with researchers from across Ontario, establishing a research network that could rapidly respond to the policy needs of the Ontario Public Drug Programs. With support from the Health System Research Fund, the […] Read more >
Advancing Senior Friendly Hospital Care in Ontario
Researchers at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and St. Michael’s Hospital have spearheaded a knowledge translation project to move evidence-based care into hospitals across Ontario, establishing lasting improvements for seniors care. With support from the Health System Research Fund, 87 hospitals are participating in the Senior Friendly Hospitals ACTION program. The program is increasing capacity to […] Read more >
Using Research Evidence to Improve Community Mental Health and Addiction Services in Ontario: our best kept secret
Health system research is a vital component to ensuring effective, sustainable healthcare for Ontarians. With a deep understanding of mental health care in Ontario, and a commitment to improving its delivery and efficacy, Steve Lurie, the Executive Director of the Toronto branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association, highlights the value of investing in health […] Read more >
Twins Study Findings Reduce Health Risks and Costs
Researchers at Sunnybrook find no advantage to having a cesarean section over a vaginal birth in terms of mitigating risks for twin births. With an estimated 5,700 twins born in Ontario each year, the recommendation for vaginal delivery could save the system between $3-8 million annually. Read more >

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