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Dec 23, 2019

Keeping a positive outlook encourages an attitude of wellness

"I am grateful for the blessings I have received and reminded of the wonders God has made. With this in mind, I feel that wellness is so important. It is vital as a caregiver, not only as a wife and mother, but as a nurse. One cannot take care of others...

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Dec 19, 2019

The Art of Caregiving

Bill’s dementia took a sharp down turn three years ago. He couldn’t recognize his home, his children, or his wife Arlene.Arlene now drives from Paris, Ontario to visit St. Joseph Healthcare Hamilton’s Seniors Mental Health Behavioural...
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Dec 5, 2019

Looking at addiction in innovative ways wins Dr. James MacKillop the 2019 Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research

Research to understand all types of addiction – alcohol, cannabis, opioids, tobacco, gambling, and even food – using a rarely seen combination of diverse areas of science has garnered Dr. James MacKillop of McMaster University and St....
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Dec 4, 2019

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton: Committed to Excellence. Dedicated to Discovery.

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is committed to providing compassionate care and innovative healthcare solutions. We are excited to once again be named one of the Hamilton-Niagara Top Employers. Over the past 129 years, St. Joe’s has evolved...

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Nov 26, 2019

Hamilton Health Team chosen as one of first in Ontario to move forward with health team model

The Ontario government today announced that Hamilton will be one of the first communities in Ontario to move forward with establishing an Ontario Health Team....

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Nov 25, 2019

When NCR patients disappear from psychiatric care, it’s actually a sign that the system works

Written by: Simon Lewsen | Published November 24, 2019Simon Lewsen is a writer based in Toronto. A version of this essay appeared in The Local. For patients accused of crimes, being deemed not criminally responsible is supposed to be a pathway to healing...

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