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The library is a searchable online bilingual database of peer-reviewed literature, grey literature, as well as data resources on all matters related to health human resources within and concerning Canada.

Observateur de la qualité: Les soins de santé en Ontario 2008: Vue d'ensemble

Ce document constitue le troisième rapport annuel du Conseil ontarien de la qualité des services de santé. Notre mandat est de rendre compte de la qualité des soins de santé offerts dans la province et de la rehausser. Nous saluons le bon travail accompli ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2008

Observateur de la qualité: Les soins de santé en Ontario 2009: Vue d'ensemble

financé par les deniers publics en Ontario. Nous y examinons les conclusions précédentes et faisons le point sur ces conclusions, et ajoutons quelques nouveaux indicateurs (aspects des soins de santé que nous pouvons mesurer et suivre) pour donner aux Ont ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2009

Observateur de la qualité: Les soins de santé en Ontario 2009: Vue d'ensemble

financé par les deniers publics en Ontario. Nous y examinons les conclusions précédentes et faisons le point sur ces conclusions, et ajoutons quelques nouveaux indicateurs (aspects des soins de santé que nous pouvons mesurer et suivre) pour donner aux Ont ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2009

Observateur de la Qualité: Rapport annuel 2010 sur le système de santé de l'Ontario

En Ontario, nous avons la chance d’avoir un système de santé financé par les deniers publics qui fournit une vaste gamme de services à tous. Pour assurer le bon fonctionnement du système, le gouvernement a créé le conseil ontarien de la qualité des servic ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2010

Observateur de la qualité: Rapport annuel 2011 sur le système de santé de l'Ontario

En Ontario, nous avons la chance de bénéficier d’un système de santé financé par les deniers publics qui fournit une gamme complète de services à tous. Pour assurer le bon fonctionnement du système, le gouvernement provincial a élargi le mandat du Conseil ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2011

Observateur de la qualité: Rapport de 2007 sur le système de santé de l'Ontario

Les Ontariens et les Ontariennes partagent la même vision d’un système de santé très performant. Nous voulons un système de santé qui soit à la fois accessible, efficace, sûr, axé sur le patient, équitable, efficient, adéquatement outillé, intégré et cent ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2007

Observateur de la qualité: Un rapport sur la réseau de soins de santé de l'Ontario

En 2006, le Conseil ontarien de la qualité des services de santé a fait une tournée de la province pour discuter avec la population ontarienne. Les citoyens ont exprimé le désir d’avoir un système de santé qui leur offre les bons soins, au bon moment, au ...

Language:French
AuthorQualité des services de santé Ontario (QSSO)
Year2007

Observer, Coacher, Assister et Rapporter (OCAR)/Observe, Coach, Assist and Report (OCAR)

Presentation outline Background Case study of unregulated workers’ role Personal support workers and best practice stroke care Thinking beyond task-based care activities Summary, conclusions & next steps Plan de présentation Contexte Étude ...

Language:Directory
AuthorPaul Holyoke
Year2014

Obstetric services in small rural communities: What are the risks to care providers?

INTRODUCTION: In spite of a sharp decline, since 2000, in the number of rural communities in Canada that offer local maternity care, there remain significant numbers of small rural maternity services that provide elective maternity care without on-site ac ...

Language:English
AuthorKornelsen J A, Grzybowski S W
Year2008

Obstructed labour, race and gender in the re-emergence of midwifery in Ontario

Responding to the admonition of numerous scholars that contemporary social and political formations in the West must be viewed in relation to histories of colonialism and contemporary relations of neo-colonialisrn, this study undertakes a contrapuntal rea ...

Language:English
AuthorNestel S
Year2000

Obtaining effective medical output into regional decision-making

11 Regional Health Boards (RHBs) and 34 Community Health Councils (CHCs) were established in BC on April 1, 1997. These health authorities are responsible for the funding and governance of acute, long-term, and community-based health services and, collect ...

Language:English
AuthorBritish Colombia Medical Association (BCMA)
Year2000

Occasioning dialogic spaces of innovation: The pan-Canadian EHR, infoway and the re-scripting of healthcare

The Canadian public healthcare system appears to currently be under considerable strain. Escalating costs, dwindling budgets and growing patient dissatisfaction are just a few of the systemic pressures that have called into question our current ways of de ...

Language:English
AuthorSaeed A M
Year2010

Occasioning learning in the workplace: The case of interprofessional peer collaboration

In this study, we explore the potential of peer collaboration as a means of promoting continuous learning at work. Six peer collaboration groups comprised of 18 employees in a large urban health region in Canada participated in small collaborative inquiry ...

Language:English
AuthorPhelan A M, Barlow C A, Iversen S
Year2006

Occupational health and safety: A guide for ONA members

The objectives of Occupational Health and Safety: A Guide for ONA Members are to: •Provide ONA members with a basic understanding of occupational health and safety law and principles and how they apply to health care workplaces. •Empower members with me ...

Language:English
AuthorOntario Nurses' Association (ONA)
Year2010

Occupational health nurses’ roles, credentials, and continuing education in Ontario, Canada

The role of the occupational health nurse is broad and includes health care provider, manager/coordinator, educator/advisor, and case manager and consultant, depending on the type of industry and the country in which the nurse practices. Regardless of the ...

Language:English
AuthorAlleyne J, Bonner A
Year2009

Occupational Regulation and Foreign Qualification Recognition: An Overview

The theory and practice of occupational regulation are outlined together with associated issues regarding foreign qualification recognition. Trade-offs between public safety and the monopoly power inherent in occupational regulation are highlighted, toget ...

Language:Directory
AuthorSweetman A, McDonald JT, Hawthorne L.
Year2015
Type of Data Source

Occupational stress among Canadian orthodontists

The occupational stress associated with many professions, including general dentistry, has been well researched. An anonymous, self-administered, mail-out survey was distributed to Canadian orthodontists. The survey included 67 potential stressors, an ove ...

Language:English
AuthorRoth S F, Heo G, Varnhagen C, Glover K E, Major P W
Year2003

Occupational stress and job satisfaction among Canadian orthodontists

An anonymous, self-administered, mail-out survey was distributed to Canadian orthodontists to evaluate occupational stress (OS) and job satisfaction (JS). The survey collected demographic information, evaluated OS using a list of potential stressors in or ...

Language:English
AuthorRoth S F
Year2002

Occupational Stress Management and Burnout Interventions in Nursing and Their Implications for Health Work Environments: A Literature Review

This article reports on a literature review of workplace interventions (i.e., creating healthy work environments and improving nurses' quality of work life [QWL]) aimed at managing occupational stress and burnout for nurses. A literature search was conduc ...

Language:Directory
AuthorNowrouzi B, Lightfoot N, Lariviere M, Carter L, Rukholm E, Schinke R, Belanger-Gardener D.
Year2015
Type of Data Source

Occupational Therapists in Canada (database)

The health care workforce is composed of a variety of occupations that provide health care services to Canadians. Effective management of the Canadian health workforce requires access to accurate, comparable and timely data. CIHI responds to this need by ...

Language:English
AuthorCanadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)
Year2013
Type of Data Source