Book Review on The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Plan & Cookbook, one of the many books available in our collection
"It's a very good introduction to anti-inflammatory meals," said a staff member at one of our clinics. "I borrowed it for my sister who has MS, but I ended up following the recipes myself. The grocery lists make it so easy to plan ahead and everything tasted great."
Feel free to drop by the Neuro-Patient Resource Centre (room 354) to borrow the book!
The Neuro's critical care team in collaboration with the McGill University Health Centre has created a series of videos to educate patients and their loved ones about what they can expect at the hospital. In this video, we meet the Neuro’s Neurocritical Care team and learn their individual roles:
To highlight Health Literacy Month happening in October, the MUHC Patient Resource Centres and Libraries will have information kiosks for patients, visitors and healthcare professionals at various MUHC hospital sites.
You will find the details and schedule here:
Information Kiosk at The NeuroNeuro Medical Library Neuro-Patient Resource Centre
Date and time: October 25th 2023 from 10am to 1pm
The Neuro-Patient Resource has created reading lists for each of the Neuro's outpatient clinics. Come borrow the books in room 354!
Download the PDF version of a reading list below:
Reading list about Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Reading list about Brain tumours
We are thrilled to be a part of the Minding Your Brain free bilingual event for patients and caregivers presented by The Neuro and the
Être du monde by Maryse Rouy
Voir la mer by Ruth Fitzmaurice
Epilepsies de l'enfant, de l'adolescent et de l'adulte : de la physiopathologie à la prise en charge by Sophie Dupont
Les Épilepsies N. éd. by Nathalie Tordjman
It can be hard for family members to find accommodations while their loved one is hospitalized at The Neuro (Montreal neurological Institute-Hospital).
The Neuro-Patient Resource Centre has created many years ago a list of accommodations near The Neuro and keeps it updated.
Finding reliable health information online can be difficult.
The MUHC Patient Resource Centres, including us, created a list of questions to ask yourself to help see if the information is reliable.
Our first question: “Who produced the information?”
We have a new brochure available in French and in English for our NPRC users. It talks about delirium in the hospital and gives tips for families and friends. Feel free to come see us in room 354 during our opening hours to take a copy.
We also brought copies of the brochure to inpatient units of The Neuro for staff to deliver directly to family and friends.
La jungle alimentaire: Comment s'y retrouver par Julie DesGroseilliers
Les Aliments qui soignent l'hypertension : toutes les clés pour des artères souples par Gabrielle Sarrazin
Accompagner un jeune en deuil par Josée Masson