e-link - June 15, 2017

June 15, 2017

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

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A Saskatchewan woman’s lifeline: the Maternal Wellness Program

Becoming a mother is supposed to be one of life’s most wonderful experiences, but for Maria Moheno-Garcia, motherhood was off to a rocky start. Read more about how one RQHR program helped her through it.

Quality and Safety news:

Why admire tomorrow what you can fix today

There’s two common ways to approach a problem: head-on or head-in-the-sand. Cara Benz Tramer, the director of Population and Public Health Services, prefers the direct approach. Read more on how she does this, and why.

HIV testing: The barriers

Part two of a three part series discusses the barriers both clients and health care professionals experience when it comes to HIV and its diagnosis.

Say goodbye to paper! ECGs going digital

Read more on how going digital is putting vital diagnostic information at care providers' finger tips.

Strong leadership wins award

A special award for a special employee. Read more to find out who.

RQHR receives distinction to administer federal research funding

For close to eight years, dedicated professionals in the Research and Performance Support unit have been working towards a goal: achieving the status of “Authorized Institution,” from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). This past week, all their efforts paid off.

Transformation Talk:

New organization means new board of directors

While it is generally invisible, good governance is critical to the success of an organization. RQHR has experienced the positive impact good governance has on our success. Read more.

Coming up:

Save the date: Perinatal Loss conference

Health care professionals caring for families experiencing perinatal loss, this conference is for you.

Did someone say vacation?

Announcing e-link's summer slowdown.