Site of the Quarter Award for Quarter 4, 2014

In recognition of the hard work required for successful recruitment, we are excited to announce the “Site of the Quarter” award winners for Quarter 4, 2014. 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:

Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto for Top Recruiting Site AND Most Improved Recruiting Site

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IWK Health Centre, Halifax for Most Consistent Recruiting Site

                                          And..

Scarborough Hospital, Toronto for Most Consistent Recruiting Site

Congratulations to our winners! Thank you to the teams for sharing their tips for success below:

“Thank-you for the acknowledgment! Our recruitment success is due to the strong team effort between the study members and the medical assistant to identify potential participants at the point of referral”
- The Mount Sinai Hospital team

“Successful recruitment is a team effort. The Prenatal Clinical Team’s engagement in the importance of research at the IWK are at the core of our success”
- The IWK Health Centre team

“The Scarborough Hospital MiTy team strongly believes the MiTy study will prove positive outcomes for pregnant women with Type2 diabetes during pregnancy taking Metformin along with insulin. Our team members: RN, RD, site investigators and our secretary keep a close eye on incoming patients’ referrals and screen immediately for a possible MiTy participant. Good communication and collaboration is crucial. As soon as new patient, woman with Type 2 diabetes, meets the criteria for participating in the study we spend time with the patient  discussing benefits of participating in study.”
- The Scarborough Hospital team

Keep up the great work!

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