Month: November 2022

Finding Our Footing: Self-care & self-compassion for healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic

This free event will include: A research presentation on the mental health impacts of the pandemic on HCPs, and how they are coping and caring for themselves A panel discussion with mental health researchers who are studying the pandemic, which will focus on self-care and self-compassion practices for HCPs — and how organizations can support …

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Infection Prevention & Control Online Professional Development Course

Queen’s Infection Prevention & Control (IPAC) Online Professional Development Course is a fully online program with interactive content for health professionals who are new to or are about to enter into the practice of IPAC. The purpose of the course is to introduce learners to the practice of IPAC and to increase participants’ knowledge and …

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Health Workforce in Canada, 2021: In Focus

The digital report provides information on how the pandemic has impacted health care workers and the care they deliver to Canadians. The interactive Quick Stats tool provides customized visualizations on provincial and territorial trends in supply, workforce, direct care and inflow/outflow for physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and pharmacists, along with graduate migration data and …

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Canadian Cancer Statistics 2022 Special Report

The Canadian Cancer Society has released the Canadian Cancer Statistics 2022 special report on the prevalence of cancer in Canada. Highlights from the 2022 report: Number of people living with and after cancer in this country continues to grow to over 1.5 million people. It is estimated that 233,900 people will be diagnosed with cancer …

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