Cdn ICU Week Spotlight Challenge Award Recipients
Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON: The Hospital for Sick Children Critical Care Unit Flash Mob on October 29th was a success! Paired with additional Critical Care Week events in the atrium of the hospital, interprofessional members of the critical care team came together "spontaneously" at noon to perform a choreographed dance to Pharrell William's "Happy." Participating in the dance were nurses, respiratory therapists, fellows and staff physicians, as well as managers and administrative staff. Following the Flash Mob, photos were shared on a projected screen showcasing the past 40 years of critical care at Sick Kids. Thank you to the CACCN for supporting the events of critical care week at the Hospital for Sick Children! Flash Mob video.
CNA/L'AIIC - Survey on Primary Healthcare/Sondage sur les soins de santé primaires
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