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Drs. Trey Coffey and Brian Wong are featured in The Globe and Mail article: Conversations key to patients’ health in handover processes

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RIP Rounds: Friday, Apr 4th, 2014 @ 12-1PM

Speaker: Christine Soong Title: Reducing inappropriate urinary catheter use among general medical inpatients Description: Responsible resource utilization is…

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Invited Speaker Rounds: Tuesday, Jan 28th, 2014 @ 9-10AM

Speaker: Andrea Bishop Title: Building the Connection for Patient Safety Description: Greater engagement of patients in their care…

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Invited Speaker Rounds: Tuesday, Jan 14th, 2014 @ 8-9AM

Speaker: Tobias Everett Title: Do Pediatric Operating Room Critical Event Checklists Improve Patient Safety? Description: Adult operating room…

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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?

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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…

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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…

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Invited Speaker Rounds: Thursday, May 2nd 2013 @ 12-1PM

Speaker: Martin Marshall Title: Research and evidence in guiding innovation and health policy in the NHS Description: Professor…

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RIP Rounds: Friday, April 26th, 2013 @ 12-1PM

Speakers: Tania Principi and Jerome Leis Title (Tania Principi): The Effective Care Project – developing a novel…

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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.

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