e-link - December 8, 2016

December 8, 2016

e-link is an online, weekly newsletter for Regina and area employees, physicians and volunteers of the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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Quality and Safety news:

Quality and safety is everyone's responsibility. Our goal is to ensure the safety of all those who use our services and provide care within it.

Achieving perfection one compression at a time

Perfection (per-fek-shuh n) is defined as the highest degree of proficiency, skill or excellence. It’s a level that few people ever achieve. But for one Regina EMS Paramedic, Rob Snell, perfection is going to save lives in downtown Regina. Read more.

Five-month old baby’s emergency journey

A parent never wants to call 9-1-1, but when your five-month old baby is struggling to breathe, you do it. Read more.

New and improved Antimicrobial Stewardship Program five minute update

This month’s highlighted intervention: Asymptomatic Bacteriuria. Read more.

What's new with the Enovation Replacement Project

Providing safe, high quality care to our patients is our priority and we are moving forward to ensure that the Sunrise Enterprise Registration (SER) system implementation results in a dependable, high-quality system that supports the safest care possible continues.

Region award winners and fundraisers:

Movember fundraiser winners, great work from EMS

Here's some more amazing work coming from Regina's EMS team. Take a look.

Regina surgeon receives prestigious prize

The Council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan presented Dr. Corrine Jabs, department head of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the region, with the prestigious Dr. Dennis A. Kendel Distinguished Service Award. Read about the great work Dr. Jabs has done.

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