The week of March 6th-10th is Social Workers Week at Saint Elizabeth. This year’s theme is: "Social Workers: Real Expertise. Real Life. Real Impact.” This is a perfect theme that reflects the work of our social work team. By working within the framework of the determinants of health, social workers make the necessary links between the physical, social, emotional and economic impacts of health.
The National theme for Nutrition Month this March is “Take the Fight out of Food”. That is where SE Registered Dietitians play a role. SE Registered Dietitians (RDs) are regulated Health Professionals who translate scientific research about food and nutrition into practical solutions for individuals, families and communities.
At Saint Elizabeth Health Career College, we are preparing a new generation of health care providers to support the aging population and find a career they love. SEHCC is proud to support a new generation of students – Health Care Assistants in British Columbia, and Personal Support Workers in Ontario – with financial awards. Our student scholarships represent our commitment to educating for excellence.
In the lead-up to National Family Caregiver Day on April 4, Elizz has launched a Student Video Contest to capture the many faces of caregiving, through the eyes of millennials. There is $5,000 in prizes available to the top three winning producers.
Saint Elizabeth is pleased to announce that Ursulla Aho-Glele has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Michael Decter Scholarship for Health Leadership and Policy Studies.