In the heat of the action: the espiratory therapy profession
In the heat of the action: the espiratory therapy profession

Daphnée Houle, Respiratory Therapist at the RVH, is at the heart of an article written by the Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec - OPIQ, which was featured in the January 30, 2024 edition of La Presse + in the XTRA COLLÉGIAL section, écran 3.  MUHC photographer, Frank Pavan, can be credited for the beautiful photos.

Melanie Jade shares her story with Dutch nurses
Melanie Jade shares her story with Dutch nurses

Nursing in Québec is being recognized internationally through one of our own nurses. Melanie Jade Boulerice, Nursing Resource Manager at the MUHC, was featured in the magazine of the Dutch professional organization for nurses, NU’91. Through positive and inspiring stories, the publication provides nurses with an insight into the possibilities in healthcare

Five years after his heart transplant, Liam is doing better
Five years after his heart transplant, Liam is doing better

Liam received a new heart at the Montreal Children's Hospital five years ago. Today, the 13-year-old wants to show his gratitude to the hospital staff, as reported by TVA. For his last report after nearly 40 years in the newsroom, journalist Harold Gagné decided to revisit this story that has left a deep impression on him.

King Charles undergoes surgery for enlarged prostate
King Charles undergoes surgery for enlarged prostate

MUHC urologist Dr. Serge Carrier says that nearly a quarter of men will require surgery or treatment for enlarged prostate as they age. CTV News.

Let children play!
Let children play!

Preventing children from taking part in certain outdoor activities for fear of injury is detrimental to their development, according to a new study by the Canadian Pediatric Society. Liane Fransblow, Trauma Coordinator at the Montreal Children's Hospital, provides an update. CBC

From healing patients to healing the planet: Montreal’s Royal Victoria Hospital revitalized
From healing patients to healing the planet: Montreal’s Royal Victoria Hospital revitalized

Wallace Immen of The Globe and Mail describes how McGill University will transform the "castle-like" old Royal Vic into a global research and teaching hub dedicated to sustainability and public policy.