Quality Improvement

120 articles
by Madhav Sinha

Quality management principles lacking in health-care planning

Canada's response to the pandemic has ignored the principles of quality-control planning and quality management. Having one could have saved us over $100 billion.

by Natasha Milijasevic Shannon Maier Terence Tang

Joy in work on a COVID Unit? Yes, Really

The leadership team knew that without creating a safe environment for our healthcare workers – both physical and psychological – we would not achieve the goals we had set for the newly implemented COVID wards

by Sarina R. Isenberg Stephanie Saunders Maya Stern Ramona Mahtani

Raising the bar on our haphazard end-of-life transition from hospital to home

by Darren Cargill

Palliative care needs better PR

by Timothy Jackson

Cracking the code for surgical success

by Joshua Tepper

We Can’t Go Back

by Anna Foster

Let’s acknowledge the challenges of rural nursing

While the vast and diverse opportunities draw many nurses to rural practice, this setting is accompanied by stressors that are often overlooked by urban-focused policy makers.

by David Dorian Ryan Hinds Serena Thompson

The controversy around estimating deaths from medical error

by Alison Lai Jeremy Petch Serena Thompson

Twenty years of patient surveys: What’s not working and how to improve the process

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