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The MUHC celebrates its volunteers

The MUHC thanks all of its volunteers for their unwavering dedication, support and compassion toward patients, family and staff.

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

March is Nutrition Month

The Montreal Children's Hospital tackles childhood weight problems.

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

Montrealers embrace first 'Caring For Kids' radiothon

The "Caring For Kids Radiothon," the first such event to benefit a children's hospital in Quebec, was recently broadcast live by Standard Broadcasting from the Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre.

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

Awards and appointments

Awards and appointments.

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

News briefs

Leprosy susceptibility genes identified. Stealth technology improves sinus surgery.

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

March is National Women's History Month

March is National Women's History Month and this year the theme is "Women Inspiring Hope and Possibility."

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

Bursaries help MUHC nurses obtain Canadian Nurses Association certification

Two years ago, the Royal Victoria Hospital Foundation decided to start donating $67,500 every year, for five years, to McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) Nursing education.

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Published on : 07 Apr 2004

MUHC Sickle Cell Transition Clinic eases adolescents' transfer

The Sickle Cell Transition Clinic transfers the care and management of the adolescent patient to the RVH and it also introduces the adolescents to the nurses and doctors at the adult hospital, all before the patient turns 18.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

Stroke Awareness

The hectic rush out of the house and the morning drive have left you more than exhausted. You also have a headache and your vision is a little blurred. You attribute this to fatigue, but it may be much worse - you may be having a stroke.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

Yes! There are alternatives to hysterectomy

Dr. Togas Tulandi, McGill University Health Centre associate director of the McGill Reproductive Centre, says today there are often alternatives to having a hysterectomy.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

Awards and Appointments

Awards and Appointments

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

11 year-old boy raises $500 for MUHC Volunteer Cuddles Program

Three years ago, Scott Tomalty's mother started giving him two dollars every time he got a touchdown. As a personally made rule, Tomalty has saved up his touchdown earnings each season and given it to a charitable organization. This year, family, friends and others caught wind of Tomalty's charitable effort and pitched in.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

Dr. Harry Rosen - an artisan builder

Dr. Henry Rosen is an artisan builder in search of permanence, whether performing dental restorations or, in his free time, constructing epic creations with stone, a practice he euphemistically calls his "hobby."

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

Heart disease - a silent killer of women

As a co-investigator, Dr. Louise Pilote of the MUHC was recently given a grant from the Canadian Institute of Health Research to research gender differential in heart disease and access to congestive heart failure clinics.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004

MUHC HR team heads to Switzerland

This past October, representatives from the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) Human Resources department - Josée Lizotte, Stella Lopreste, and Jasmine Boyer - traveled to Lausanne, Switzerland to recruit Quebec-trained nurses.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2004