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Issue 3 | June 2023

Supporting high-quality and inclusive perinatal, newborn, child and youth healthcare Subscribe to Milestones In This Issue Annual Report 2022/23 now available In case you missed it, our 2022/23 annual report was released last month.  It highlights our wide-ranging initiatives in the past year, including how we worked to address the healthcare needs of equity-deserving communities […]

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Annual Report 2023 now available

June 2023 | Issue 3 Learn about PCMCH’s wide-ranging work in our recently released 2022/23 annual report. In it, you will read about how we engaged in the design of system planning tools, such as levels of care criteria and the emergency department paediatric readiness checklist, and the generation of resources and webinars that support

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2SLGBTQIA+ Inclusivity in Perinatal Care: Michael Garron Hospital’s Approach

In March 2023, PCMCH released the Providing Inclusive, Affirming and Safer Perinatal Care to 2SLGBTQIA+ Individuals tip sheet, a resource that supports perinatal healthcare providers, teams and organizations in advancing high-quality care for 2SLGBTQIA+ parents and families throughout the pregnancy, birthing and postpartum periods. As the tip sheet promotes, efforts to provide inclusive, affirming and

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Online Learning: PCMCH Paediatric Diabetes and Obesity Webinars

March 2023 | Issue 2 Unable to attend one of PCMCH’s recent Paediatric Diabetes and Paediatric Obesity Management webinars? Not to worry – recordings of the following webinars are now available on our website: Evaluation of a Province-Wide Type 1 Diabetes Care Plan for Children in the School Setting Traditional Knowledge-based Lifestyle Interventions in the

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Issue 2 | March 2023

In this Issue New Resources Support Healthy Pregnancies for People with Disabilities Three new evidence-based resources for healthcare providers, administrators and pregnant people that support healthy pregnancies, birthing experiences and postpartum outcomes for people with disabilities have been released by PCMCH and the University of Toronto. Read more… PCMCH, Regional Networks & BORN: Working together

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On the Website: Neonatal Follow-up Program Resources

March 2023 | Issue 2 Neonatal follow-up plays a critical role in Ontario’s healthcare system, monitoring and offering early intervention for high-risk infants with varying diagnoses. In 2017, PCMCH developed resources to support standardization and collaboration across clinics in Ontario, and also support parents and families to help them better understand their journey through the

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PCMCH, Regional Networks and BORN: Working together to drive evidence-informed quality improvement

March 2023 | Issue 2 Established by PCMCH in 2021, the Regional Networks Operational Forum (RNOF) is a provincial community of practice that supports local planning, coordination among healthcare providers, and implementation of provincial standards and guidelines in Ontario. Comprised of the six perinatal-newborn-child health regional networks, Ontario Health regions, PCMCH and BORN, its aim

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New Resources Support Healthy Pregnancies for People with Disabilities

March 2023 | Issue 2 Three new Disability and Pregnancy resources are now available to support healthcare providers, administrators and pregnant people with disabilities. Over the last year, PCMCH collaborated with Dr. Hilary Brown, Dr. Yona Lunsky, Dr. Lesley Tarasoff and their team from the University of Toronto to develop evidence-based resources that support healthy

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