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Sunnybrook researchers find early physical medicine and rehabilitation consults benefit critically injured patients

Sunnybrook’s Dr. Larry Robinson has shown that among people with traumatic injuries or burns, early consultation with a physiatrist is associated with a shorter hospital stay. Read more... Read more >

Holland Bloorview launches Research Unlocked: Research summaries for families

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital (Holland Bloorview) has launched the first in a series of research lay summaries, co-designed and informed by clients and families. Read more... Read more >

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton using ultrasound to catch arthritis sooner

Dr. Maggie Larché is at the forefront of advancing the use of ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, ultimately helping give patients a better quality of life. Read more... Read more >

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 >

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 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 >

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 […]... Read more >

The Art of the Possible Webcast

CAHO held a webcast on The Art of the Possible: Debunking Common Procurement Myths in Ontario’s Broader Public Sector. The expert panel members examined well-known barriers to innovation adoption in Ontario and strategies to address them.... Read more >

Physicians and researchers partnering to improve care in Northern Ontario

Physicians at Health Sciences North (HSN) are collaborating with researchers at the Health Sciences North Research Institute (HSNRI) to improve care for patients and families in Northern Ontario and across the province. Read More.... Read more >

Using Kingston-made technology to uncover the brain effects of kidney disease

Kidney disease doesn’t just affect a patient’s body, it’s hard on their brain too – but no one really knows to what extent. New research at Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) is offering intriguing insights into the kidney-brain connection that could change the way that kidney disease is assessed and treated in future. Read the […]... Read more >