Quality Safety & Patient Care

Taking healthy eating to an unhealthy extreme

Helen Yeung | February 6th, 2018

As a dietitian working with children, youth, and families for over 20 years, I have observed orthorexia, a phenomenon where…

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REPOST: Indoor trampoline parks – a word of caution from an ER doctor

Richard Chan | January 23rd, 2018

A father from Vancouver Island has died this weekend after being at a trampoline park in Richmond. In light of this incident, we are re-running Dr Richard Chan’s post regarding the risks of using both indoor and outdoor trampolines.

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Why I took the “My VCH” Survey and why you should too

Roy Mundheim | September 28th, 2017

Have you taken the “My VCH” Survey that came out recently? Are you optimistic for the result of being heard…

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Indoor trampoline parks: a word of caution from an ER doctor

Richard Chan | August 25th, 2017

I would emphasize to everyone that serious injuries can and do occur regularly at indoor trampoline parks, and to exercise extreme caution if they choose to visit these facilities.

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Jeremy Devine’s op-ed raised serious concerns for me

Shannon Riley | March 17th, 2017

Harm reduction, as it relates to people with dependencies on substances, is a philosophy that supports people.

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