Thursday, September 26, 2019
Our research and academic mandate is strong and growing,
and is impacting health and wellbeing inside the hospital and
beyond our walls. We work with more than 90 academic partners and are involved in several research programs to improve
the quality of care for our patients. 
NH team’s work published
in national medical journal
Dr. Jennifer Tsang, Research Lead, Intensivist and Co-Director, Critical Care Research at Niagara Health, and Paige Gehrke, a Registered Nurse in the ICU at our St. Catharines Site recently published an article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. 

Learn more about their work focused on the benefits of research in community hospitals.     Read more
Simulated scenarios provide real-life benefits
The importance of using simulation as a training tool for our healthcare providers and medical learners was on display at our Simulation Day event. Simulation Day is one of the many ways we partner with McMaster University to further our research and academic mandate and foster safe spaces for learning.
"Simulation is an opportunity for
our learners to practice, experience
and get good at what they’re doing
in a safe environment."
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