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The NPRC will attend the "Minding your brain" event

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

Published: 4 Oct 2023

September 2023 - New books available at the NPRC

Come visit us and borrow the books below today from room 354 at The Neuro:

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

Published: 28 Sep 2023

Discover our list of accommodations near the Neuro

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.

Published: 23 Aug 2023

Finding reliable health information

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?”

Published: 15 Aug 2023

New brochure on delirium at the hospital

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.

Published: 11 Aug 2023

July 2023 - New books available at the NPRC

Come visit us and borrow the books below today from room 354 at The Neuro:

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

Published: 17 Jul 2023

Books to highlight Stroke Awareness Month and ALS Awareness Month

We selected books from our collection to highlight Stroke Awareness Month and ALS Awareness Month, both happening in June.

We also have free resources that you can get at the Neuro-Patient Resource Centre (room 354).

In addition, our website contains information that is freely accessible:

Published: 20 Jun 2023

June 2023 - New books available at the NPRC

Come visit us and borrow the books below today from room 354 at The Neuro:

Prenez votre coeur à cœur par Jacques Fricker et Patrick Assyag

Les Organisations de soins de longue durée : points de vue scientifiques et critiques sur les CHSLD et les EHPAD par Collectif

Quand les neurones ne répondent plus : mieux comprendre la maladie d'Alzheimer et de Parkinson par Pascal Mespouille

Published: 14 Jun 2023

May 2023 - New books available at the NPRC

Come visit us and borrow the books below today from room 354 at The Neuro:

Le Coeur, notre autre cerveau : stress, palpitations, hypertension... se soigner avec l'hypnose et la cohérence cardiaque par Mathieu Bernard

Quand le deuil se complique par Danielle Maltais et Jacques Cherblanc

L'Anxiété apprivoisée : transformer son stress en ressource positive par Amélie Seidah et Isabelle Geninet

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Published: 24 May 2023

The NPRC'S movement disorders information cart

Did you know that the Neuro-Patient Resource Centre (NPRC) brings an information cart to five ambulatory clinics and the Neuro Day Centre, at least twice a month for each clinic?

For the movement disorders clinic, the two NPRC library assistants, Natasha Williamson and Amber Perry-Marinov, carefully select books, brochures, and other resources about Parkinson’s disease and other disorders for patients and their families.

Published: 23 May 2023

New Parkinson’s resource: TAVIE™ in motion

"TAVIETM in motion is a support intervention developed with people living with Parkinson’s disease and care partners by researchers from the Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CR-CHUM).

Published: 3 May 2023

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