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Volunteer: The humanization of care

It's important!

Humanization of care is defined as the constant process to improve the quality of all individual and collective interventions, as it applies to all individuals to whom we provide health care services as well as to the doctors, health care workers, support staff, volunteers and administrators who provide or contribute to them.

  • All patient-centred therapeutic activities will reflect the priority given to the safety of our patients and their families, in compliance with the objectives of the CHU Sainte-Justine Quality Program.
  • Communicating with respect, understanding and compassion characterizes the way we interact with our patients and their families, and with each other as colleagues at CHU Sainte-Justine.
  • Providing proper information to patients and their families at the right moment, in a transparent and intelligible manner, is a must for all our health care professionals.

Acknowledging our doctors and staff members for the work they achieve with patients and their families constitutes an essential value of CHU Sainte-Justine.

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It is important to know that we strongly believe that volunteers form an integral part of our humanization of care philosophy. Whether it is by greeting, listening, helping or simply taking the time, volunteers are a very precious resource for the hospital.

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