All News at CHE

Here is a list of news items associated with CHE (reverse chronological order):

  1. News Item – Contact tracing as a strategy to combat spread of COVID-19 (19 October 2020)
  2. News Item – Expert in contact tracing blames provincial leadership, not health units, for shortfalls (14 October 2020)
  3. News Item – Expert suggests skipping holidays this year as COVID-19 looms over Thanksgiving dinner (10 October 2020)
  4. News Item – Hundreds of federal staff now helping provinces do contact tracing (5 October 2020)
  5. Press Release – Connaught Global Challenge: How big data can help athletes and sports teams play smarter (5 October 2020)
  6. News Item – Confusion around the second COVID-19 wave (1 October 2020)
  7. News Item – Toronto officials push province for new restrictions as rate of new COVID-19 infections soars to highest ever (1 October 2020)
  8. News Item – Stuck in lockdown limbo? Here’s what to expect in the second wave (30 September 2020)
  9. News Item – A little engineering, a lot of customer service: What it will take to fix COVID-19 test lineups (27 September 2020)
  10. News Item – Canada’s death toll could hit 16,000 by the end of 2020, new modelling warns (26 September 2020)
  11. News Item – Community spread’ is driving Ontario’s second wave — here’s why that leaves more questions than answers (23 September 2020)
  12. Press Release – U of T researchers receive federal funding for research on social, cultural, economic impacts of COVID-19 (21 September 2020)
  13. Press Release – Connaught New Researcher awards boost data-driven decision making and machine learning research (17 September 2020)
  14. Press Release – U of T Engineering community rallies together to record messages of support for Back to Skule™ (10 September 2020)
  15. News Item – Will my kids be safe? (7 September 2020)
  16. News Item – Where are you most likely to encounter COVID-19 in Toronto? Check our interactive map (3 September 2020)
  17. News Item – Are U of T’s fall reopening plans safe? No, say some community members (28 August 2020)
  18. Academic publication – Modelling resource requirements and physician staffing to provide virtual urgent medical care for residents of long-term care homes: a cross-sectional study (20 August 2020)
  19. News Item – Ontario optometrists are redirecting patients to ERs to protest underfunding (10 August 2020)
  20. Press Release – Five MIE professors receive promotions this summer (7 August 2020)
  21. News Item – What Doug Ford and Ontario got right – and wrong – in four months of fighting COVID-19. We asked seven experts to weigh in (18 July 2020)
  22. News Item – COVID-19: A second wave? (10 July 2020)
  23. News Item – MIE students and Prof. Scott Sanner collaborate with LG Sciencepark and win Continual Learning competition at international conference (8 July 2020)
  24. News Item – Why Canada must stand on guard for possible second wave (26 June 2020)
  25. News Item – Will Canada see a second wave of COVID-19? This is what other countries are seeing (25 June 2020)
  26. News Item – Is Toronto really ready to reopen? These 4 charts explain why some experts are urging caution (22 June 2020)
  27. Opinion – Why is Ontario still locked down? (20 June 2020)
  28. News Item – After months of criticism, Ontario is overhauling COVID-19 data collection. Here’s why some say it could be a game-changer (18 June 2020)
  29. News Item – Data collecting method called ‘among worst’ in country (1 June 2020)
  30. News Item – Four ways Ontario has made it harder to know how COVID-19 is hitting the province (31 May 2020)
  31. News Item – Timing of reopening muddies testing’s waters: Rollout of economy may make it hard to track possible second wave (19 May 2020)
  32. News Item – Why Ontario’s expanded COVID-19 testing will make it harder to assess the economy’s reopening (17 May 2020)
  33. News Item – This end to COVID-19 lockdowns could only have been made in America (8 May 2020)
  34. News Item – For Canada to reopen, these COVID-19 unknowns must be considered (29 April 2020)
  35. News Item – Predicting COVID-19’s path is tough. So is it fair to say Ottawa ‘botched’ it? (27 April 2020)
  36. News item – ‘Hardest, Saddest’ week (26 April 2020)
  37. News Item – Tough to predict virus path, but it appears we botched it (26 April 2020)
  38. Press Release – U of T Engineering team develops redeployment tool to optimize hospital staffing amid COVID-19 (23 April 2020)
  39. Press Release – Fourteen engineering professors and staff members honoured for excellence by the Faculty (22 April 2020)
  40. News Item – Ontario says COVID-19 community cases peaked. What does that mean for Canada? (21 April 2020)
  41. Podcast – Ontario COVID-19 community spread has peaked (20 April 2020)
  42. News Item – Expert warns pandemic modelling far from exact science as B.C. prepares to release new projections (17 April 2020)
  43. News Item – BC announces the latest data model (17 April 2020)
  44. Press Release – COVID-19: How pandemic models predict a virus spread (15 April 2020)
  45. News Item – Thousands of people are still infected, and if we start relaxing the restrictions put in place to slow disease spread, the disease will just take off again (14 April 2020)
  46. News Item – ‘We should not sell out our lives for short-term economic gain’: Despite ‘glimmer of hope’ in COVID-19 battle, far too soon to return to normal, pandemic expert says (13 April 2020)
  47. News Item – Ottawa releases national COVID-19 projections (9 April 2020)
  48. News Item – Everything you need to know about grocery shopping during COVID-19 (8 April 2020)
  49. Press Release – Compute Canada Federation celebrates Canadian researchers working on COVID-19 (6 April 2020)
  50. News Item – Dionne Aleman, PhD, P.Eng. is using industrial engineering techniques to track COVID-19’s spread (5 April 2020)
  51. News Item – The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada – Canada News (5 April 2020)
  52. News Item – The inexact science involved in predicting the likely path of COVID-19 (4 April 2020)
  53. News Item – Ventilators in some sites already at capacity (3 April 2020)
  54. News Article – Steer away of public parks if you want to survive the coronavirus pandemic (3 April 2020)
  55. News Item – One GTA health region has already exhausted its supply of ventilators. Experts say this should be a ‘red alert’ (2 April 2020)
  56. News Item – New ventilators can’t come fast enough, says pandemic expert (1 April 2020)
  57. News Item – Western Canada: Death of an Alberta man in his 30s underscores that young people are not immune from COVID-19 (1 April 2020)
  58. News Item – Coronavirus: Here’s why experts, health officials want you to stay away from public parks (1 April 2020)
  59. News Item – COVID-19 kills Alberta man in his 30s as officials warn that young people are not immune (31 March 2020)
  60. News Item – Who gets a ventilator in the COVID-19 crisis? (31 March 2020)
  61. Press Release – U of T at the forefront of COVID-19 research (29 March 2020)
  62. News Item – COVID-19 : 10 000 respirateurs artificiels seront fabriqués en Ontario (27 March 2020)
  63. News Item – What role is there for engineers in pandemic preparedness and response? (26 March 2020)
  64. News Item – Dionne Aleman, on tracking the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic (25 March 2020)
  65. News Item – ‘Slow and steady’ approach key to preventing second wave of COVID-19: experts (25 March 2020)
  66. News Item – ‘Early and bold interventions are best’: U of T researcher on simulating a pandemic response (19 March 2020)
  67. Press Release – COVID-19 and the ‘what if machine’: How simulations and models help predict pandemic spread (19 March 2020)
  68. News Item – Addressing the ventilator supply in Canada (19 March 2020)
  69. Press Release – Google recognizes machine learning and computer systems experts with Faculty Research Award (28 February 2020)
  70. News Item – Using ‘serious games’ to monitor memory and cognitive health (27 February 2020)
  71. Press Release – AEDs save lives. By mapping them, you can help save more (12 February 2020)
  72. Event – Third Annual Research Roundtable on “Data Analytics in Healthcare” (Mar. 9) (11 February 2020)
  73. News Item – The need for AED in Toronto (21 January 2020)
  74. Press release – CHE affiliate elected Fellows of the Engineering Institute of Canada (13 December 2019)
  75. Press Release – From automated vehicles to operating rooms: Human Factors researcher Birsen Donmez studies human and technology integration (10 December 2019)
  76. Press Release – Vector Institute names 29 new faculty affiliates (16 October 2019)
  77. News Item – Choosing the right placement for public access defibrillators can help save more lives (23 September 2019)
  78. Press Release – Study: Better-placed AEDs could save more lives (16 September 2019)
  79. Press Release – Nine U of T Engineering researchers supported by Canada Research Chairs program (17 June 2019)
  80. Press Release – Student Christopher Sun (IndE PhD 1T9) featured in Grads to Watch (10 June 2019)
  81. Press Release – U of T Engineering to launch new AI research centre (8 May 2019)
  82. Press Release – It’s all fun and brain-games: Using simulations and games to improve health in older adults (7 May 2019)
  83. Press Release – Meet the U of T Engineering alumnus who dedicated his career to helping patients breathe easier (15 April 2019)
  84. Press Release – Carter, Gomis win 2019 UTAA Awards of Excellence (15 March 2019)
  85. News Item – Regina hosts showcase to highlight innovative technology for older adults (14 March 2019)
  86. Press Release – Falling through the cracks: The tragic story of a life failed by the heathcare system (15 January 2019)
  87. Press Release – Maximizing Life Saving through Better Placement of Defibrillators (2 January 2019)
  88. Press Release – Two faculty affiliates of CHE receive Dean’s Spark Professorships (20 November 2018)
  89. News Item – Así ha pasado la inteligencia artificial de diagnosticar el cáncer a tratarlo (18 October 2018)
  90. Event – Centre for Healthcare Engineering 10-Year Celebration (Oct. 1) (3 October 2018)
  91. Press Release – Professor Scott Sanner named Vector Institute Faculty Affiliate (28 September 2018)
  92. Press Release – Michael Carter elected Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (14 September 2018)
  93. News Item – Focus On: Drone applications in health care (31 August 2018)
  94. Press Release – Finding the right fit (15 August 2018)
  95. Press Release – Smarter cancer treatment: AI tool automates radiation therapy planning (1 August 2018)
  96. News Item – AI designs radiation therapy treatment plan for cancer in twenty minutes (1 August 2018)
  97. Press Release – CHE affiliates part of a multidisciplinary team to launch a global network (20 July 2018)
  98. Press Release – Major collaborative healthcare engineering project begins (1 May 2018)
  99. Live-Stream Recording: Engineering the Future of Health Care (16 January 2018)
  100. Event – Engineering the Future of Health Care (Jan. 16) (3 January 2018)

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