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Building a stronger health-care system

Building a stronger health-care system

Jeremy Stevenson CEO North East LHIN Aanii, Our strength is in our people. That’s why at the North East Local Health Integration Network (NE LHIN) we put people first in… Read more »

LU researcher gets $2 million to study Aboriginal kids’ health issues

LU researcher gets $2 million to study Aboriginal kids’ health issues

University researcher Nancy Young has received a $2 million Health System Research Fund (HSRF) grant for Health Promotion from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. reprinted from sudbury.com University… Read more »

North East LHIN recognizes Donna Stewart as Healthy Change Champion

North East LHIN recognizes Donna Stewart as Healthy Change Champion

Donna Stewart has worked in the social services sector for over 20 years. For as long as she can remember, she has wanted to help address challenges in order to… Read more »

Strasser: Partnering with First Nations

Strasser: Partnering with First Nations

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) has engaged First Nations and Métis peoples from communities across Northern Ontario from the very early stages of development. In fact, Indigenous organizations… Read more »

Nursing stations equipped with i-STAT devices

Nursing stations equipped with i-STAT devices

A nurse can do a blood test and know within two minutes if the patient is having a heart attack. BY NORM TOLLINSKY Six remote Health Canada nursing stations in… Read more »

Cultural mindfulness training fosters understanding

Cultural mindfulness training fosters understanding

NE LHIN programming being rolled out to hospitals, health-care organizations BY LINDSAY KELLY A new training program to help health-care practitioners become more mindful when working with Aboriginal patients is… Read more »

NAN stresses link between food and Indigenous health

NAN stresses link between food and Indigenous health

The Nishnawbe Aski Nation’s annual Food Sympossium brings together delegates from across NAN territory to address the region’s food challenges and learn about traditional food preparation. Solutions include more generous… Read more »

Cancer screening targets Indigenous communities

Cancer screening targets Indigenous communities

Cathy Paroschy Harris with the Screen for Life Coach. The coach plays a key role in providing more access to cancer screening to everyone across northwestern Ontario including Indigenous communities…. Read more »

Stars align for health care transformation

Stars align for health care transformation

Flood of new programs and services announced GOntario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Dr. Eric Hoskins, Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and Minister of Indigenous Services Dr…. Read more »

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