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Patient Safety in the News - January 22, 2020

➡️ Coronavirus: What Canadians need to know
➡️ Some of Ontario's biggest hospitals are filled beyond capacity nearly every day
#Sepsis has tripled in Australia and these small caps are tackling it head on


Created: 1/22/2020 2:55 PM
A broken hip, and a needless death

​My Grandma Emilie was 97 years old when she passed away due to complications from a broken hip. Unfortunately, what caused her broken hip and ultimately her death was the result of preventable healthcare harm.

Created: 1/21/2020 11:28 AM
#PatientSafety in the News - January 20
✔️Top headlines:

➡️It’s the world’s leading cause of death — and it’s not getting the medical attention a new study says it deserves
➡️Long road ahead for Restigouche Hospital in ending culture of silence, ombud says

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Created: 1/20/2020 11:57 AM
It’s in the Insulin

​My mom passed from pancreatic cancer. She had diabetes for my whole life and was always in and out of the hospital for diabetic complications.

Created: 1/15/2020 12:56 PM
#SHIFTtalks: You’re never too young to speak up and be a part of your healthcare team

​"As a 14-year-old, you don't expect to use the health system and you truly can't picture what it's like to have doctors not know how to treat you. In my case I was lucky. From the time I became ill, through to my diagnosis and to my treatment today, my parents have been huge advocates."

Created: 1/8/2020 8:41 AM
Antidepressant nightmare

​​"After my divorce my doctor put me on antidepressants and long story short I didnt react well."

Created: 1/6/2020 9:21 AM
40 hour day surgery

​"I was in a hospital for day surgery, and as a healthy 19 year old female, I was expected to make a speedy recovery from the procedure. The procedure itself went fine, but after the surgery I was provided with pain medication."

Created: 1/3/2020 8:32 AM