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Webinar: How Medical Device Integration can improve quality

Health systems around the world, including Canada and the United Kingdom, are under great pressure. With an ageing population and advancements in medical treatments, maintaining high-quality care is possible but challenging for clinical staff. Patients often have complicated needs, and...

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Holland Bloorview scientific team given award by Governor General

TORONTO – An inter-professional team of Toronto-based scientists, including a biomedical engineer and music therapist, has been recognized with one of Canada’s highest honours – the Meritorious Service Cross (Civil Division), presented by the Governor General of Canada. The decoration...

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Mastering health law with an LLM

TORONTO – Whether you’re a lawyer, doctor or seasoned healthcare sector executive, Osgoode’s LLM in Health Law will give you a deeper understanding of the leading topics in health law, along with the skills to tackle issues you currently face...

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Hospitality Network, iMD bring education to bedside

TORONTO – Hospitality Network & iMD Health are pleased to announce that they have formed a strategic partnership in which the iMD educational software platform will be made available to all of the Hospitality Networks digital hospital customers. Launching in...

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College offers degree bridging medical technology & leadership

The new medical technologies responsible for the ongoing transformation of healthcare systems are often credited, alongside incredible clinical breakthroughs, for extending both the quality of patient care and lifespans. It is also within this framework that society has come to...

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College offers degree program in health-tech mgmt

OSHAWA, Ont. – Durham College (DC) is proud to announce that it will offer its first degree program, the Honours Bachelor of Health Care Technology Management (HCTM), beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. The first program of its kind in Canada,...

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Dalhousie using new technique to screen for med school

HALIFAX – The medical school at Dalhousie University is now screening prospective students for character traits such as empathy and integrity, and has reviewed its admissions process for the first time in 10 years, following high-profile cases at the Halifax...

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Workshop: Risk management in cloud environments

TORONTO – Organizations face numerous risks when outsourcing IT, including costly business interruptions, security breaches and data loss. Can you confidently manage and mitigate Cloud and SaaS risks? Osgoode Professional Development has announced the day-long 2017 Guide to Legal & Business...

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NAIT and CAE enter medical simulation partnership

EDMONTON and MONTREAL – CAE Healthcare and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) announced today that they have entered a simulation research partnership to improve healthcare education and patient safety, including support for NAIT’s simulation research initiatives. “This new partnership...

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Telus provides Ubik to Laval pharma students

QUEBEC CITY – Telus Health and Université Laval are joining forces to provide state-of-the-art, comprehensive simulation teaching facilities to the university’s pharmacy faculty. Through an investment of more than $300,000 from Telus Health, Laval pharmacy students will gain hands-on experience throughout...

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