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Revue de presse – Mars/Avril 2017

Posted by on April 7, 2017 in Uncategorized @en | No Comments

Revue de presse pour mars-avril 2017   Le gouvernement ontarien investit 5,4 millions $ dans les technologies de la santé http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1025948/gouvernement-5-4-millions-technologies-de-lasante   Prendre rendez-vous avec un médecin de famille sur Internet http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1026128/prendre-rendez-vous-medecin-famille-interneten-ligne-acces-services-sante     Where you live in Ontario could determine your risk of a heart attack, study finds https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/04/03/where-you-live-in-ontario-could-determinerisk-of-cardiac-event-study.html   et le reportage de Radio-Canada sur le même sujet ici : http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1025738/les-residents-du-nord-de-lontario-plus-a-risquede-problemes-cardiaques   Aide médicale à mourir : des médecins ontariens demandent plus de protection http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1025385/aide-medicale-a-mourir-des-medecins-ontariensdemandent-plus-de-protection   Les négociations entre les médecins et la province reprennent http://www5.tfo.org/onfr/les-negociations-entre-les-medecins-et-la-province-reprennent/   Un outil en français pour favoriser la santé mentale des employés http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1024601/sante-mentale-travail-employes-employeurssoutienbienetre   Les temps d’attente en santé s’améliorent, mais les inégalités régionales persistent http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1024718/temps-attente-delais-sante-canada-cataractehanche-genou   Pas de réduction d’électricité pour les hôpitaux ontariens http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1024012/pas-de-reduction-electricite-pour-hopitauxontariens   Vivre en français à Toronto : témoignages et enjeux http://ici.radio-canada.ca/emissions/ya_pas_deux_matins_pareils/2015- 2016/chronique.asp?idChronique=4319036   Conseil consultatif des patients et des familles http://health.gov.on.ca/fr/public/programs/pfac/default.aspx     L’Hôpital Montfort 20 ans plus tard : soins, savoir et formation en français http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1023401/sos-montfort-centre-formation-sante-francaisheritage-innovation   Should the wealthy be allowed to buy their way to faster health care at private clinics? https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2017/03/18/should-the-wealthy-be-allowed-to-buytheir-way-to-faster-care-at-private-clinics.html   Sciences infirmières: «Pourquoi étudier en français?» http://www5.tfo.org/onfr/sciences-infirmieres-pourquoi-etudier-en-francais/   Why your doctor may soon go on strike https://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2017/03/09/why-your-doctor-may-soon-goon-strike-hepburn.html   Transferts en santé : 4,2 milliards de plus pour l’Ontario http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1021598/transferts-en-sante-4-2-milliards-de-plus-pourlontario   Trying to ‘change the culture of medicine’ by letting patients decide what gets researched http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/patients-involved-in-all-aspects-of-medical-research- 1.4016312   Vers un divorce entre les libéraux et les Franco-Ontariens? http://www5.tfo.org/onfr/vers-un-divorce-entre-les-liberaux-et-les-franco-ontariens/   Nouvelle ressource pour mieux fournir des soins de santé en français http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1021208/soins-de-sante-en-francais   Health-care workers face ‘epidemic of violence’ https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/03/13/health-care-workers-face-epidemic-ofviolence.html   Les soins en santé mentale seraient un investissement rentable et responsable http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/sante/201703/07/01-5076341-les-soins-en-sante-mentaleseraient-un-investissement-rentable-et-responsable.php   Les services de santé mentale en français sont-ils adéquats dans les universités? http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1022723/les-services-de-sante-mentale-en-francais-sontils-adequats-dans-les-universites...

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News Release Entities and Networks Support Commissioner Boileau’s Recommendations

Posted by on June 8, 2016 in Must-Read Articles, Reflet Salvéo in the Media, Uncategorized @en | No Comments

For Immediate Release   You can find our news release in PDF here.   News Release Entities and Networks Support Commissioner Boileau’s Recommendations     Toronto, June 8, 2016   Ontario’s French Language Health Planning Entities and Health Networks would like to thank and congratulate Ontario’s Commissioner of French Language Services for his annual report, as well as for ihis special report dated May 27 titled ” Active Offer of Services in French: The Cornerstone for Achieving the Objectives of Ontario’s French Language Services Act”.     Ontario’s French Language Health Planning Entities and Health Networks endorse unreservedly the conclusions contained in these two reports. We are particularly enthusiastic with the idea of making Ontario as a whole a designated area. Many Francophones live in non- designated areas, and the lack of services in these regions jeopardizes the safety of Francophone patients. This proposal is in line with the objectives of Bill 210, tabled by the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care on June 2, 2016, “An Act to amend various Acts in the interest of patient-centred care.”     The Commissioner’s special report on active offer builds on targeted efforts by the Networks and Entities to promote the concept of active offer among health services providers. We have supported the latter in engaging in active offer by providing tool kits and workshops that offer simple solutions.     In March 2015, the Entities and Health Networks adopted a common position on active offer of health services in French. We are pleased that the Commissioner noted our expertise in the report’s summary. Active offer of health services in French is the regular and permanent offer of services to the Francophone population. Active offer of services:   respects the principle of equity; aims for a quality of service comparable to that provided in English; is linguistically and culturally appropriate to the needs and priorities of Francophones; and is inherent in the quality of the services provided to people (patients, residents, clients) and an important contributing factor to their     Ontario’s French Language Health Planning Entities and Health Networks  remain ready and willing to work with the Commissioner, the government or any other partner to ensure implementation of active offer where it is needed.   -30-   Ontario’s French Language Health Networks and French Language Health Planning Entities work to improve the health of Ontario’s Francophone communities. Although their spheres of action, accountabilities and funding are different, the Networks and the Entities work together on provincial issues of common interest.                       Contact : Raphaël Lopoukhine Reflet Salvéo Téléphone : 647 345 5502 – ext : 224 rlopoukhine@refletsalveo.ca  ...

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