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  • May 05, 2021 12:01 AM | Ruslan Tarasov (Administrator)

    Shaping the future of quality and safety. Together.

    Participate in #CleanYourHandsDay

    May 5, 2021

    For Clean Your Hands Day this May 5, we want to thank everyone who’s making a difference by following public health measures, including cleaning their hands.


    We’ve cleaned our hands, stayed home, provided care, worn masks, practised physical distancing and now we’re getting vaccinated too. Together, our efforts have saved lives, protected those who are vulnerable and supported friends, families and neighbours in our communities.


    This May 5 and every day, join us in celebrating everyone who is making a difference by following local public health guidance.   

    Communications Toolkit 

    Access your free Communications Toolkit full of information on how to participate in the campaign. It includes downloadable images, drafted social media messages, and a drafted newsletter article.


    Communications Toolkit

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    Visit to learn more about Clean Your Hands Day and to access and share hand hygiene resources to keep yourself and others safe.

    Updates from the Canadian Patient Safety Institute or Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (or maybe both). We look forward to continuing to shape the future of quality and safety. Together. 

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  • April 10, 2021 7:00 AM | Ruslan Tarasov (Administrator)

    The St. Boniface Hospital Cardiology Technologists swept the ACS Heart Attack Days Quality Challenge awards. Winning both categories, Audience Favorite and Steering Committee Choice for their video depicting the ACS challenge of completing efficient stat EKGs for Acute Coronary Syndrome suspects. By numbers they performed 624 ACS 25 EKGs in the SBH Emergency Department Triage EKG stretcher. A sampling clocks them in at under 4 minutes from first patient contact by EKG to printed quality EKG. Sets the bar pretty high!

    The Manitoba ACS Heart Attack day was a great education opportunity with multiple interactive sessions. The EKG interpretation session was mastered by the Manitoba techs who participated!

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