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COVID-19 at The Ottawa Hospital — signs of hope one year later

A community that rallied to support our hospital, the impact of caring for COVID-19 patients during unprecedented times and the ...
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CAMIMH – Announces new accessible website and the launch of the 2021 Champions Campaign.

OTTAWA, April 13, 2021 – Today, the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) is pleased to announce ...
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Is Racism Making People Sick?

After the events of 2020, we are no strangers to stress and anxiety. But for Black and brown Americans, that ...
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Exploring partnership-driven, outcomes-focused research

MHRC's SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Webinar Series Mental Health Research Canada (MHRC) is launching a  monthly webinar series, SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH, at the end ...
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Research in nursing: a surprising student placement during the COVID-19 pandemic

Apr 06, 2021 By Paola Carla Meyer The article highlights the importance of nursing research in the health-care industry. Students and ...
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PROMISING PRACTICES – A Podcast about Mental Health and Addictions

Discussing Innovations and promising practices in rural, remote and northern communities Canada’s Premiers have created a podcast dedicated to sharing ...
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Catalyst – March 2021 – The limits of diagnosis

Samaria Nancy Cardinal and the cost of neglecting recovery Samaria Nancy Cardinal learned two important lessons at her father’s knee: ...
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We are all essential: reinforcing the collective value of nurses

By Anthony Renda , Tara Endeman Nurses suffer from lateral violence driven by a perceived hierarchy, suggesting that nurses rank ...
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“Nurses are everywhere” in the health system, and they know how to make it better

By Barb Shellian It’s time nursing expertise was called on in the policy response to COVID-19 It is hard not ...
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Focus Training – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series – Dr. Cory Newman

“Back from the brink: Helping suicidal patients choose to live.” Webinar Dates: Part 1 (April 5, 2021): “Phenomenology and cognitive vulnerabilities” ...
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