Eight world leaders in Patient and Family Centred Care were at our hospital last week.
Staff and advisors from the Georgia Health Sciences Health System (GHS) were here on a mission. Over two days they held workshops with our staff and physicians to share what they've learned over the years....Read more
A new research network focused on improving healthcare for an aging population positions Canada as a global leader in providing the highest quality of care for the seriously ill elderly.
Daren Heyland, Queen's professor of medicine will lead the Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network (TECH VALUE NET) as its...Read more
This year's Simulation Olympics were a bigger event than ever.
Nineteen teams and 85 participants competed last week. The action took place over three days at the Clinical Simulation Centre in the new Queen's School of Medicine building.
Over 25 KGH registered nurses and respiratory therapists were able to take...Read more
National Nursing Week is a great chance to celebrate the hundreds of nurses who work at KGH. It's also an opportunity to shine the spotlight on a smaller group of nurses in our hospital, nurse practitioners (NP).
At the moment there are eight of them working in a range of...Read more
Marla Rosen spends about 70 hours a month at KGH, but she's not a paid employee. She's a patient experience advisor who works with hospital staff and administration to improve policies, programs and services that affect patients and their families.
Last week, Rosen received the Human Touch Award in recognition...Read more