Joining forces in November: Pledging to prevent falls
November is a month that not only marks Change Day Ontario’s celebration of pledges, but also Fall Prevention Month. We're teaming up with Fall Prevention Month this month to spread awareness about the potential dangers of falls. It takes a community to keep us all safe!
Samantha’s inspiring road to becoming a Registered Nurse
Samantha Sinopoli was born with a lot of, what society would call, problems, but she likes to think of them as awesome differences. SickKids was her second home, with the staff there becoming her second family. Samantha became a Registered Nurse to be the positive impact that the doctors, nurses, and surgeons had on her, for someone else. Read more about her story and her pledge.
Building Momentum for Quality Improvement at Kensington Health
The team at Kensington Health is proud to be involved in an initiative like Change Day. They truly believe that no matter the size of your organization, every little change can help to collectively improve compassionate quality health care. Read more about what they're doing to encourage their team to be agents of change.
WellFort’s Change Day Journey from 2014-Today!
The team at WellFort has been involved with the Change Day movement since it's inception in 2014. Over the years, they've seen an incredible amount of engagement, energy, and enthusiasm towards change! They view pledging as important because it allows us to commit to taking one action that will ultimately improve the patient's’ experiences.
Clerks at The Ottawa Hospital take on #HelloMyNameIs
Staff at The Ottawa Hospital work hard to give patients the same type of care that we would want for our loved ones. They firmly believe a smile and a “Hello my name is…” is a key first step when meeting people. Members have now formalized their commitment to this by making this their pledge for Change Day Ontario.
YorkU Nursing Students Pledge for Change
At the School of Nursing at York University, approximately 500 senior nursing students were given the assignment to critically analyze a nursing issue and were encouraged to tie their projects to the Change Day Ontario initiative. Students researched and analyzed issues, and then created a change initiative/pledge on how they would begin to address the issue.
Join our Twitter Party at #ChangeDayON!
Next Friday (Nov. 17) at 12:15 pm we will be hosting a celebration and a discussion on Twitter to acknowledge your involvement in what has become a global social movement to help improve the experience of health care for patients and providers alike. Join Dr. Joshua Tepper and Gail Paech next Friday at 12:15 PM at #ChangeDayON to celebrate the achievements of Change Day Ontario and provide feedback.
Change Day Ontario: The Difference is You
To improve any health care system change must occur.
Change can be incremental or dramatic, but without it we cannot improve the quality of the health care system in Ontario or the health of those who live here. Individuals and teams who work within the health care system must feel empowered to make changes that can make a difference. So today we are asking you: what would you change?