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BC Mental Health
March 21, 2012
A new online tool, embedded into the Pacific Post Partum Support Society’s new website, will help women deal with the sadness and anxiety that can accompany the birth of a new baby.
March 16, 2012
The BC Patient Safety Quality Council has presented PHSA teams with awards recognizing their excellence and leadership in quality.
March 14, 2012
As a result of industry-leading programs for recruiting and retaining new Canadians, the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) has been recognized for the second year in a row as a top employer for new immigrants.
BC Children's and Sunny Hill
March 13, 2012
Now, a new resource is available to BC parents and caregivers of children to help educate and prevent serious burn injuries before they occur.
BC Transplant
March 8, 2012
March 8 is World Kidney Day and in communities across British Columbia, special events are planned to help raise awareness of kidney disease and the importance of our kidneys in maintaining our health.
BC Renal Agency
March 8, 2012
In British Columbia, twice as many women as men offer themselves as living kidney donors, giving hope to people whose kidneys have stopped working and need dialysis or a transplant to survive.
March 5, 2012
Two e-learning videos are now available to help people who have experienced a heart attack or are living with heart failure to understand and manage their health. This innovative project, a collaboration involving Interior Health patients and staff, was made possible through an innovation grant provided by Cardiac Services BC.
BC Cancer
February 24, 2012
Fraser Valley residents now have a direct opportunity to help prevent cancer and chronic diseases for future generations.
BC Women's
February 13, 2012
Dr. Jan Christilaw has won a Distinguished Alumni Award in the Faculty of Science from the University of Waterloo. She is the first woman to receive this award.
BC Cancer
February 7, 2012
BC Cancer Agency has made contacting a number of patients assessed by the Hereditary Cancer Program a top priority after it realized patient files contained incomplete documentation.

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