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It is a pleasure to connect with you across care, research, and education through this weekly CEO update – all in service of A Healthier World.
As I've said before, I hope all TeamUHN members can take some vacation in the remaining weeks of summer. It is so important to prioritize time to rest, recharge, and connect with friends and loved ones. I will be taking some time off to do just that, beginning after the end of this week. As such, we will pause my Weekly Updates until just after Labour Day. Please enjoy the rest of the summer safely. I look forward to reconnecting after Labour Day.
this wonderful UHN News story featuring three of the 400 screeners who worked at UHN hospital entrances for more than two years of the pandemic. In addition to being among the first to greet patients, visitors, and staff, these dedicated individuals did the often-thankless work of ensuring anyone entering our sites complied with health and safety guidelines. As Brenda Perkins-Meingast, Senior Director of Practice Based Education, told UHN News, "without screeners it would have been very challenging, in fact it would have been chaos." I'm delighted that the experience sparked a passion in some screeners to work in healthcare and that, once the screening program ended, those who wanted to continue working at UHN could apply for a new job in the organization. "It's life-changing to be able to even contribute in a small way to someone's healing and recovery process," said one former screener. We also remain incredibly grateful to the many members of TeamUHN who stepped up in service as volunteers before we were able to hire on screeners.
Read the full story at UHN News.
A team at UHN's Kite Research Institute has launched an impressive and moving new online educational tool to help us all better understand dementia.
Dementia in New Light: A Digital Learning Experience, which builds on the key messages of a theatrical production and film called
Cracked: New Light on Dementia, uses audio and video assets to call on us all to think about how we can help create a better world for those affected by the chronic condition. Congratulations to KITE's senior scientist Dr. Pia Kontos and research associate Romeo Colobong on this impactful project, which you can
read more about online. Those who want to experience the learning tool
can do so here.
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