CHE obtains grant to study Mackenzie Health’s “Smart Hospital”
CHE is excited to partner with Mackenzie Health Richmond Hill Hospital to develop a simulation model of their Innovation Unit. Read more
Six engineering professors at U of T, three of whom being affiliated to CHE, receive prestigious Discovery Accelerator Supplements.
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Systematic Interruption Management in Intensive Care
Observations showed that a LED display could be used by nurses performing severe tasks to mitigate non-urgent interruptions. Read more…
MIE Professor Dionne Aleman, faculty affiliate of CHE, was recently honoured with the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) 2015 Moving Spirit Award.
Read full article at MIE News
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