Nurse manager and nurses with dolls
(L to R) Nurse Manager Janet Pilgrim and nurses Adriana Iacob, Rhoda Gacusana and Tashi Lhamo of Toronto Western Hospital’s General Internal Medicine (GIM) 8B unit, hold baby dolls used as a therapy for patients with dementia. Since adopting the therapy, the team has seen a consistent decrease in agitated and aggressive  behaviours, allowing patients to be discharged sooner. (Photo: UHN)

2018 Year in Review – As Canada's largest academic health sciences centre, UHN is committed to patient care, research and education. At UHN News, we're looking back at some of our top stories over the past 12 months, using those three pillars as the guide.

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