Site of the Quarter Award for Quarter 1, 2015

In recognition of the hard work required for successful recruitment, we are excited to announce the “Site of the Quarter” award winners for Quarter 1, 2015.

As a reminder, the categories are: Top Recruiting Site: The winner in this category demonstrated the ability to recruit the highest number of patients in the last quarter. Most Consistent Recruiting Site: The winner in this category successfully maintained a recruitment rate of at least one patient per month and was the most consistent recruiter throughout the last quarter. Most Improved Recruiting Site: The winner in this category improved their recruitment significantly during the last quarter.

The winners are: 

St.Boniface General Hospital, Winnipeg for Top Recruiting Site

“Thanks we are trying our best to recruit & both of us have enjoyed this study”

A three-way tie for Most Consistent Recruiting Site

Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

 ” Thank-you for the recognition! Our recruitment success is attributed to early identification of possible MiTy participants and  attending to their and their partner’s concerns and questions about the trial.”

CHU Sainte Justine, Montreal

“One women at a time”

Alberta Health Services, Calgary

“Involving Obstetricians in the MiTy trial is a key factor in recruitment”.


Vancouver Island Health Research Centre, Victoria for Most Improved Recruiting Site

“Perseverance, secret of all triumphs.” Victor Hugo
We recruit through our Gestational Diabetic Education Centre at the Victoria General Hospital. Carol identifies the potential participants and introduces the study to them. If the potential participant is interested I meet with them, and inform the endocrinologist of her interest.



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