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Alberta continues to play a leading role in tracking the evolution of COVID-19 in Canada. Our lead for public health genomics Dr. Matthew Croxen explains how the pandemic has bolstered provincial and national efforts for monitoring disease 👇🧬twitter.com/GenomeCanada/s…Nq5
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Congratulations to the Alberta researchers whose 2021 paper was named article of the year by The Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy. Have a look at their vision for the future of #respiratorytherapy in the province: bit.ly/3gBVsO0 @CJRTeditor
Thank you to everyone for joining us at our live presentation! It’s been great connecting with everyone! #RuralMedicine #AlbertaCanada #BMJlive
#AlbertaHealthServices will be going live in 20 minutes with our Living and Working in Rural Alberta presentation #BMJConference2021 #RuralMedicine #AlbertaCanada #BMJlive
We’re excited to be presenting live today, on day 3 of the #BMJConference2021 #BMJLive
Thank you to everyone who stopped by and visited our booth! We look forward to seeing you tomorrow at our live presentation! #BMJLive
Our live presentation is happening tomorrow! Don’t miss it! #AlbertaHealthServices #AlbertaCanada #RuralMedicine #BMJLive
Questions about working and living in Rural Alberta? Come visit us at our booth #AlbertaHealthServices and discuss the opportunities in #RuralMedicine #AlbertaCanada #BMJLive
We are having a wonderful time at this year’s #BMJConference2021. Thank you to everyone who has visited our booth! #RuralMedicine #AlbertaHealthServices #AlbertaCanada #BMJLive
Day 2 of the #BMJConference2021 is just getting started and we’re excited to be a part of it. Learn more: live.bmj.com #BMJLive
Don’t forget to come visit us at our Alberta Health Services booth to discuss the opportunities to live and work in rural Alberta! #RuralMedicine #AlbertaHealthServices #BMJConference2021 #AlbertaCanada
Visit our #AlbertaHealthServices booth to chat about the current job opportunities in rural Alberta! #BMJConference2021 #AlbertaCanada #RuralMedicine
Visit our booth #AlbertaHealthServices for more information on living and working in rural Alberta. #BMJConference2021 #RuralMedicine #AlbertaCanada
Come join us at our virtual booth, for our live Working in Rural Alberta presentation. #AlbertaHealthServices #BMJConference2021 #RuralMedicine #AlbertaCanada
Alberta Health Services is proud to be a part of the global #BMJConference2021. It starts today! live.bmj.com
Vitamin D status should not be used to help predict a patient’s risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study by APL researcher @ldekoning and colleagues @UCalgaryMed and @UAlberta_FoMD sciencedirect.com/science/articl…
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Patient testing isn’t always done in a lab. On-the-spot diagnostic testing can happen in ambulances, hospitals, care homes and clinics. APL is helping to improve how these tests are delivered here and across 🇨�#WeAreLabaalbertaprecisionlabs.ca/news/Page13932…q9H
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Read the latest MD Culture Shift news, written by physicians for physicians, and register for upcoming events such as Equity and Diversity in Research: bit.ly/3fZPNSu
Research and innovation fuel advances in patient care. Check out some of Alberta’s R & I activity in the most recent Research & Innovation Annual Report bit.ly/3huMkfM #InternationalClinicalTrialsDay #CTD2021
It’s international Clinical Trials Day. Clinical trials are essential for advancing patient care. There are many #clinicaltrials taking place. In Alberta’s cancer care, Dr. Michael Chu, researcher and oncologist, is leading a made-in-Alberta clinical trial for CAR T-cell therapy.
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It’s international Clinical Trials Day. Want to learn more about getting involved in a research study in Alberta? Check out, ahs.ca/participateres…, albertacancerclinicaltrials.ca and bethecure.ca #InternationalClinicalTrialsDay #CTD2021
Additional Albertans are now eligible to book a COVID-19 immunization as part of phase 2C and 2D through AHS online bit.ly/3umCUGs, by calling Health Link 811 or participating pharmacies.
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Oki Siksikawa, tune into the COVID-19 vaccine town hall on Windspeaker radio and online tomorrow at noon. Speakers include Dr. Chris Sarin, Dr. Evan Adams with Indigenous Services Canada and @CMOH_Alberta Please see poster for details.
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When this photo was taken in Calgary in 2017, Darren Bidulka had no idea if the experimental gene therapy he was trying for his Fabry disease would succeed. Now, the results are in: it’s working! bit.ly/3r0cdWM @NatureComms go.nature.com/3dMbsgn #RareDiseaseDay
This week’s Physician Wellness Zoom Room focused on the topic Anti-Bullying in recognition of #PinkShirtDay. Check out the graphic summary!
Improved patient safety and access to care make such a huge difference for our patients and their loved ones. Thank you @HQCA for this recognition and sharing our story. See also: bit.ly/3p5mRd4 twitter.com/HQCA/status/13…
2020 will be a year the world will never forget. Siksika Cares is a documentary that focuses on Siksika Nations' response in the first 125 days of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will be premiering the documentary on Friday, January 29 at 7:00pm. #SiksikaCares #SiksikaStrong
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Care at the end-of-life resources now available in French on MyHealth Alberta thanks to a grant from #HealthCanada / Ressources sur les soins de fin de vie disponibles en français sur MyHealth Alberta grâce au financement reçu de #SantéCanada bit.ly/39OAgk6
Since March, AHS has supported the launch of almost 160 COVID-related research studies. These collaborations with Alberta’s universities are why AHS remains among Canada’s top 40 Research Hospitals as ranked by Research Infosource. @R_Infosource. bit.ly/3a1bter
AHS staff, physicians and volunteers are committed to partnering with patients and families in their personal healthcare journey. Learn more: ahs.ca/pfccweek #PFCCWeekAB
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Join our AAES livestream on Friday, October 30th, with @drrobbietee, @guyfelicella and @nursegills as they discuss "Recovery 101". Click here to join: livestream.com/accounts/39230… or email [email protected] for more information.
Alberta Health Services and the University Hospital Foundation are celebrating a major milestone. The Alberta Kidney Care – North program now has 100 patients receiving life-saving hemodialysis care in the comfort of their own homes.
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Congratulations to #yeg virologist Dr. Michael Houghton, who has been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in honour of his discovery of the hepatitis C virus. nyti.ms/3iAebrY
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(1/2) We are excited to announce the release of the blog series "Painfully Aware"✒️about life w #ChronicPain, in the eyes of a young person➡️bit.ly/33e6F1r This series aims to connect #youth🤝by sharing what living w#painn is really like. Teaser⤵️ #ItDoesntHaveToHurttN
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Last chance to register for the virtual AHS i4 Conference Oct. 6 & 7! Register at: albertahealthservices.ca/news/page12782…
Today is #WorldCancerResearchDay, recognizing the work of cancer researchers around the globe. We are proud to support our many experts doing innovative research close to clinical practice today and every day, within Cancer Care Alberta @AHS_media @albertacancer
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Did you know that newborn screening is available throughout the province? Visit AHS.ca/newbornscreeni… to find out more.
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Continuing care residents at Didsbury hospital decided to write a song for their favourite singer, @BarbraStreisand. Supported by the facility's music therapist, the residents wrote the music and words. Watch the complete story here: youtu.be/3frUQUpOhQk
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July 28th was #WorldHepatitisDay2020. #HepatitisC is dangerous, but it can be cured in as little as 8 weeks. Many people with this condition don’t know they have it. If you are at risk due to medical history or lifestyle, talk to your healthcare provider.
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We invite you to join the virtual AHS i4 Conference 2020 on health innovation & ideation. Learn more at: albertahealthservices.ca/news/page12782… @i4_2020
Prevent the spread. Practice physical distancing. Stay home if sick or feeling unwell. Wash your hands. AHS is helping businesses re-open safely. Do your part and be #covidsmart
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Join us for our final  #AAES program Friday June 19, 9 a.m. to noon with @drrobbietee @BCCSU Dr. Annabel Mead, Dr. Lisa Graves and @CUPSCalgaryAB Dr. Laura Evans discussing addiction during pregnancy. @SOGCorg  livestream.com/accounts/39230…
D’Arcy and Vicki Duquette understand all too well the long-term impacts of delirium in the Intensive Care Unit. Today the Health Quality Council of Alberta recognized AHS with a Patient Experience Award for its work in the area. bit.ly/2XrL2b6 & bit.ly/3dvMAGE
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Patients such as Chris Goodbrand with implanted cardiac devices can get easy access to care, thanks to a remote monitoring program recognized today with a Patient Experience Award from the Health Quality Council of Alberta. bit.ly/3cwytzk & bit.ly/3dvMAGE @HQCA
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Did you know? All Albertans are eligible for testing for #COVID19, whether they are symptomatic or not. Testing can easily be booked online by visiting ahs.ca/covid. If internet is not an option, 811 can book an appointment online for individuals who want to be tested.
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Want to get involved in COVID-19 research in Alberta? You might be eligible to take part in a study; see what’s available at bethecure.ca #CTD2020 #COVID19AB #InternationalClinicalTrialsDay
Dr. Kevin Hildebrand, Calgary orthopedic surgeon, is the principal investigator for a multi-centre clinical trial that may hold promise for patients with severe elbow injuries. #CTD2020 bit.ly/2TnvN0p #InternationalClinicalTrialsDay
On May 20, 1747, James Lind launched his famous scurvy clinical trial by giving citrus fruits to sailors. Right now in Alberta, there are about 1,100 clinical trials assessing the latest medical advances. #CTD2020 #InternationalClinicalTrialsDay
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