If you only have time to read one Twitter thread, here is one worth considering.
It’s me, the respiratory therapist and the bedside nurse gowning up together. Only 3 of us will do this to reduce the risk of exposure. Despite the layers of protective clothing between us she can see the concern in my eyes, and I see the fear in hers.
Even though we are in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Luke was able to have a very special birthday. Thanks to the Calgary Fire Department for making this a possibility. Check out the full story here.
If you have not yet put Alpha House’s Encampment Team and DOAP Team’s numbers in your phone, please do so now. 403 805 7388 and 403 998 7388 respectively. The coming cold snap will be especially serious for individuals experiencing homelessness #SeeSomethingSaySomethingpic.twitter.com/OGGKq6BMaU
Oft times, corporations are seemingly so focused on their bottom line that they forget about the human side of their business and indeed the people whom they are working with and for. Fortunately, such was not the case for Disney, who granted five-year-old Ellery a special wish.
PHSA's #IAmYourNurse campaign has reached more than 1.25 million people, and now it's won three @IABC Silver Leaf Awards, for Employee Engagement, HR & Benefits Communication and Audio Visual. Congrats to all involved, especially @junipil and the nurses who inspired the video! pic.twitter.com/4CuEZXeNTT
As part of Patient & Family Centred Care Week, which goes from November 6th-10th, 2017 and Change Day, which occurs on November 17th, 2017, the Calgary Zone of Alberta Health Services has initiated a “Lived Experience” activity. For one day, healthcare professionals will walk in the shoes of a patient as a way of gaining greater insight, understanding, and compassion for what it is their patients live each and every day.
Click on the image below to see what shoes Paul and some other healthcare professionals will be walking in.
In the wake of President Trump’s recent travel ban, which prohibits individuals from seven countries from entering the United States, Canada has extended a helping hand. In particular, recognizing that some of these banned individuals are children requiring medical attention, these children may be obtaining the treatment they require in Canada.
As Eric Hoskins, Ontario’s Health Minister, states: