Inner City Health Blog
- Aug. 8: Welcome to the St. Michael’s inner city health blog!
- Sept. 19: Patient-centred care: Ten tips for caring for a diverse population
- Oct. 2: What’s your ethnicity, income, sexual orientation? Asking personal questions
- Oct. 7: Recognizing the humanity in all of our patients
- Oct. 29: Why so few South Asian-Canadian women are screened for cervical cancer
- Nov. 6: Taking care of vulnerable soon-to-be mums
- Nov. 14: Homelessness and mental illness: the At Home study on film
- Nov. 27: Offering homeless patients a gentler place to land after being discharged
- Dec. 23: Seven ways to provide better care to homeless individuals at end-of-life
- Jan. 15: Children from low-income families need free dental care
- March 14: St. Michael's welcomes new Inner City Health program director
- June 25: Meeting the end-of-life needs of the homeless and vulnerably housed
- Dec. 11: Recognizing elder abuse among our patients
About St. Michael's Hospital
St. Michael’s Hospital provides compassionate care to all who enter its doors. The hospital also provides outstanding medical education to future health care professionals in 27 academic disciplines. Critical care and trauma, heart disease, neurosurgery, diabetes, cancer care, care of the homeless and global health are among the hospital’s recognized areas of expertise. Through the Keenan Research Centre and the Li Ka Shing International Healthcare Education Centre, which make up the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, research and education at St. Michael's Hospital are recognized and make an impact around the world. Founded in 1892, the hospital is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto.