Women's College Research Institute

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Learning Health System Seminar Series

A virtual LHS Seminar Series where speakers are invited each month to share their experiences with a learning health system.

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Research and Innovation at WCH

We are home to the Women’s College Research Institute (WCRI) and the WCH Institute for Health System Solutions and Virtual Care (WIHV)

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Sex and Gender based analysis plus

A strategy to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in health research

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At-home Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Depression in Pregnancy

Participate in a clinical trial to investigate the effects of Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for depression in pregnancy.

Educational Placements

The Learning Institute at WCH oversees a range of placement opportunities for students and learners in both clinical and non-clinical professions. Fully affiliated with the University of Toronto we are an internationally recognized academic health sciences centre.

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First of Its Kind Study on For-Profit Virtual Care and Patient Data

First of Its Kind Study on For-Profit Virtual Care and Patient Data

9 February 2024

Virtual care has become the new norm in healthcare and the emergence of for-profit, direct-to-consumer virtual care has raised concerns regarding patient…
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Inaugural Breakthrough Challenge a Success – See List of Winners

6 December 2023

On November 29, Women’s College Hospital (WCH), in partnership with Women’s College Hospital Foundation (WCHF), hosted the first inaugural Breakthrough…
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Recognizing World Aids Day – Let Communities Lead!

30 November 2023

December 1st marks World AIDS Day. First established in 1988, it aims to honour the lives and advocacy of individuals living with HIV and to remember those…