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Joint report focuses on quality and safety of childbirth, and on better protecting mothers and their babies

Some 380,000 children are born in Canada each year. Childbirth is the primary reason for hospitalizations. A comprehensive new report – the first of its kind in this country– makes a number of recommendations to improve processes surrounding labour and delivery in the hospital setting, and facilitate more positive outcomes for mothers and their children.

C-Section Workshop

Date: Monday, November 21st

Time: 8:30am for registration;

Workshop starts at 9:00am
Lunch and materials included

Location: Ivey Tangerine Leadership Centre, Toronto

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Salus Global today announced the release of the 15th Edition of Obstetrical Clinical Content prepared exclusively for their flagship OB safety and performance program MOREOB.

In recognition of this 15th release, there are 15 updates or enhancements including not only the incorporate of current information into chapters, posters and quizzes but also new workshops on Skin to Skin in the OR and new videos on breech and shoulder dystocia.

The annual review process is overseen by the Obstetric Content Review committee of the Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (SOGC). The updates consider the worldwide literature and reader feedback.  With MOREOB’s innovative Online platform, members can hyperlink to new information and content using ‘what’s new in this edition’.

Salus Global takes great pride in being a partner in patient safety, risk management and quality.  Continuously striving to contribute to safer care for mothers and babies.

Salus Global, the leader in the effective management of obstetrical risk is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s MOREOB Patient Safety Awards.

Open to current MOREOB Program participants, the coveted Patient Safety Award is presented annually and recognizes healthcare teams who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to improving patient safety within their obstetrical unit.

To qualify for the award, teams must demonstrate exceptional team effort in the innovative application of learnings and concepts from the MOREOB Program which contributed to quality improvement, culture change and/or improved clinical outcomes.

This year’s winners are:
•   Hôpital Brôme-Missisquoi-Perkins, Cowansville, CIUSSS Estrie-CHUS in in Quebec
•   North Bay Regional Health Centre in Ontario
•   Joint submission by Royal Columbian Hospital and Peace Arch Hospital in British Columbia

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