With 2018 coming to an end, we can take this opportunity to reflect on all the great things that have happened over the past year and all the even greater things to come.
The QI Challenge is an eight-month professional development program designed for all Providence staff who want to learn how to use the PHC QI Framework to make lasting improvements in their work.
This fall, a dozen of PHC volunteers, called hand hygiene ambassadors, were trained by Infection Control Practitioners, to educate fellow volunteers on the importance of hand hygiene.
Learn more about our Automated Unit Dose Project (AUD) in this week's PHC News.
October 29 to November 2 is Patient Safety in Canada. Read up on what defines our patient safety culture here at PHC (and print off the handy infograph so that this info is never far from reach!).
This week is Canadian Patient Safety Week (CPSW), a national, annual campaign to inspire extraordinary improvement in patient safety and quality. This year's focus is on medication safety with the goal of reducing medication errors across Canada.
The Doctors Are In podcast returns in this final installment of a three-part series.
Over the summer, we’ve been working hard to consolidate our plans for bringing CST to Providence. Here’s an update of all the activities that have happened so far.
Five questions about CST answered in five minutes (or less!).
The newly updated patient hand hygiene pamphlet, “Keep Your Hands Clean,” is now available -- just in time for National Infection Control Week!
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