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Clinical learner placements – guidelines are now available for maintaining hospital-education activities during Wave 2: Read the guidelines here
[Editor's Note: Link is no longer available] developed by TAHSN (Toronto Academic Health Science Network) and the Toronto COVID-19 Hospital Education Table. If you have questions, please contact Mandy Lowe (Senior Director, Clinical Education –
UHN adjusted access for Essential Care Partners to all hospital sites – effective Oct. 9. This is due to the increase in community spread of COVID-19 and Toronto Public Health's withdrawal from contact tracing. These changes were made in alignment with the Toronto Regional Table and peer hospitals. Learn more about what this means here
[Editor's Note: Link is no longer available]. (Corporate Intranet > COVID-19 Preparedness page > Patient Information > Materials for Communication with Patients and Visitors > Staff Tip Sheet: Essential Care Partners Visiting UHN during COVID-19 (Phase 2A)).
International Day of Older Persons was observed on Oct. 1. UHN is deeply committed to the well-being of seniors and older persons and working hard to support a seniors friendly organization – as well as supporting long-term care facilities during COVID-19.
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