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Caring for LTC Residents with Frontal Dementias: Hopes, Challenges and Strategies

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DementiAbility Implementation at Royal Rose Place

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Addressing Abusive Behaviour in Long-Term Care​: Opportunities for Change

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2018 Budget Boosts Access to Health Care for Kingston Families Ontario Investing in Redevelopment of the Kingston Health Sciences Centre

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South East LHIN Board of Directors announces new Board Member, Jo-Anne Brady

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Ontario Making Historic Investment in Mental Health Care

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Ontario Making Treatment Faster for Hip, Knee and Lower Back Pain

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Health Quality Ontario and the Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario are pleased to announce ARTIC’s 2018 Call for Proposals.Supported by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, ARTIC (Adopting Research to Improve Care) is a proven program that accelerates the spread of evidence-based...
Therapeutic Interventions for Older Adults with Anxiety DisordersAN ONLINE WORKSHOP FOR HEALTHCARE & OTHER PROFESSIONALS  When: Monday, February 5th to Sunday, March 4th, 2018 (4 weeks) ONLINE weekly at your discretionCost:    $240 (Students/Seniors $120) Registration Dea...
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