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Drs. Chaim Bell and Kaveh Shojania are featured in The Toronto Star article: Chance of dying in hospital on weekend higher – but why?

Read the article in The Toronto Star.

Investigation of early warning signs of problematic behaviours by physicians

Amani Oakley of the law firm of Oakley & Oakley has generously provided C-QUIPS with a $50,000 donation to support patient safety research. This donation came from a medical malpractice settlement involving injuries and unnecessary operations on a large number of women by an individual gynecologist. This donation will be used to support work led by Dr. Chaim Bell.

Dr. Ross Baker, C-QuIPS Director of Graduate Studies, has been named as the new Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Quarterly

Congratulations to Dr. Baker on this exciting new role.  Read more in Healthcare Quarterly.

Congratulations to Dr. Anne Matlow, whose Canadian Paediatric Adverse Events Study was published in CMAJ in July 2012

Co-authored with other C-QuIPS faculty, read more on "Adverse events among children in Canadian hospitals: the Canadian Paediatric Adverse Events Study" in CMAJ.

The Centre was awarded the 2010-2011 Colin Woolf Award for Excellence in Course Coordination for the Certificate in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

Congratulations to Dr. Etchells and the rest of the planning committee!

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© 2012 Gustavo Toledo Photography

Dr. Ed Etchells (Former Associate Director, C-QuIPS) left, Dr. Dimitri Anastakis (Interim Vice-Dean, Continuing Education & Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto) right.