• Patient Harold Black sits with his doctors from The Ottawa Hospital.

    Research could help people with cancer avoid life-threatening blood clots

    Harold Black suffered a life-threatening blood clot soon after being diagnosed with cancer. He survived the clot and today, people like Harold have a much better chance of avoiding blood clots, thanks to research done at The Ottawa Hospital. Read more

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  • Two men demonstrating app.

    Lawson explores technology to support youth mental health

    Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are partnering with industry to develop a unique approach to connect technology and mental health care. TELEPROM-Y is a mobile-based study that looks to leverage technology to improve access to specialized services and reduce inpatient mental health admissions for youth. Read more

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  • SickKids PGCRL Lab

    SickKids leading medical breakthroughs in child health

    Behind the doors of The Hospital for Sick Children’s (SickKids) state-of-the-art Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning (PGCRL), more than 2,000 researchers, trainees and staff are collaborating and conducting cutting-edge research to tackle some of the toughest challenges in child health. Read more

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  • Baycrest rendering of promenade at new Kimel Family Centre for Brain Health and Wellness

    Baycrest announces plans for first-of-its-kind brain health facility in Canada

    Baycrest researchers remain at the forefront of leading the fight to prevent dementia. Baycrest shared its plans on the launch of The Kimel Family Centre for Brain Health and Wellness, a unique research and care facility that will be a shining example of what is possible in the realm of brain health and aging. Read […]

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Patient Harold Black sits with his doctors from The Ottawa Hospital.
Research could help people with cancer avoid life-threatening blood clots
Harold Black suffered a life-threatening blood clot soon after being diagnosed with cancer. He survived the clot and today, people like Harold have a much better chance of avoiding blood clots, thanks to research done at The Ottawa Hospital. Read more Read more >
Two men demonstrating app.
Lawson explores technology to support youth mental health
Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are partnering with industry to develop a unique approach to connect technology and mental health care. TELEPROM-Y is a mobile-based study that looks to leverage technology to improve access to specialized services and reduce inpatient mental health admissions for youth. Read more Read more >
SickKids PGCRL Lab
SickKids leading medical breakthroughs in child health
Behind the doors of The Hospital for Sick Children’s (SickKids) state-of-the-art Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning (PGCRL), more than 2,000 researchers, trainees and staff are collaborating and conducting cutting-edge research to tackle some of the toughest challenges in child health. Read more Read more >

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CAHO Pre-Budget Submission for 2018 Ontario Budget
CAHO Recommendations for 2019 Ontario Budget
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 31, 2019 TORONTO – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) provided its 2019 pre-budget submission to the Minister of Finance, Hon. Victor Fedeli, containing the following recommendations: An increase of 3.45%, a total of $656M, in operational funding for hospitals for 2019-2020, echoing the recommendations of the Ontario Hospital Association. Maintain […] Read more >
CAHO is calling all innovation brokers
Ontario Hospitals are Driving Health Research in Canada
Toronto, November 8, 2018 – Ontario is home to nearly half of Canada’s top research hospitals according to a new report published today by RE$EARCH Infosource. The report, Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals 2018, shows that 19 of Canada’s top 40 research hospitals are Ontario-based and members of the Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario […] Read more >
CAHO hospitals are driving safer prescribing practices for Ontarians
Ontario research hospitals are helping physicians and health care professionals change prescribing practices to help patients take only the medications they need, reducing the medication burden in Ontario while improving the quality of life for seniors. Read More. Read more >

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