This is a brilliant round table discussion hosted by the College of Family Physicians of Canada regarding safely restarting your primary care clinic. If you like this presentation the next one is coming up on June 18th. Also, consider heading over to the CFPC's TimedRight solution and registering if you haven't already done so to join a dynamic And timely national discussion focused around Primary Care.
The guidelines recommend that infectious diseases consultation (where available) be obtained before any investigational treatment is offered to a patient with COVID-19 outside of a clinical trial, and that informed consent be obtained from the patient or substitute decision-maker.
The purpose of this community of practice is to support primary care providers who are implementing a remote home monitoring system for COVID-19 patients. Members will gain access to information about clinical pathways based on best evidence and other tools and resources. The CoP will use connecting calls and webinars in addition to this online space to support learning and collaboration.
All of our past CoP meetings are recorded and available here https://bit.ly/3e6Jydj (Copy and Paste into your browser)
Wounds Canada is committed to providing the best wound-care resources available to healthcare professionals across Canada. Through our many educational programs, our program directories and our numerous clinician resources, Wounds Canada enables healthcare providers to improve their practice and ensure the best possible care for persons with wounds or at risk for developing wounds. Please explore this section of our website, which is dedicated to healthcare professionals like yourself, for wound-related information and for opportunities for learning, sharing and discovering best practices.
".. This document is the Joint Emergency Management Steering Committee (JEMS) Service Level Evacuation Standards manual, also known as the JEMS manual. It was developed in consultation with First Nations (FN) communities and stakeholders involved in supporting First Nation communities who evacuate due to an emergency. The JEMS manual describes the considerations that inform an effective evacuation of, care for and return of First Nation evacuees, including, but not limited to the circumstances, factors, supports, roles, responsibilities, and decision-making, etc., that are all a part of a successful evacuation, hosting and return process. .."
The OCFP has compiled information and resources to assist you in your screening and infection prevention/control activities for coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Among the resources are some considerations for in-person visits when phone/video isn't enough. This has been developed by family physicians for family physicians.
For the toolkit, the CEP actively pulls together, rethinks and translates the latest information so family physicians and primary care nurse practitioners can make confident decisions in their practice. This toolkit was developed by the CEP in collaboration with McMaster University's Department of Family Medicine, OCFP and NPAO. Check back daily for the latest updates.
This COVID-19 Community of Practice is a joint initiative from the University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) and the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP). Approximately every month, they bring people together virtually and share perspectives from a few practicing family physicians on topics ranging from implementing virtual care, to organizing community collaborations, to supporting patients with mental health and addiction. These one-hour webinars are interactive and questions from participants are be answered in real-time. Answers, resources, and recordings are posted after each session so that the sharing continues in the time between virtual sessions.
OUR COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE CONNECTS YOU WITH OTHERS WHO SHARE YOUR PASSION FOR FALL PREVENTION.
We inform, share ideas and support each other to improve the implementation of evidence-informed fall prevention practices.
We are the voice for fall prevention locally, provincially and nationally.
Together, we can create supportive communities where older adults enjoy independence and health through the prevention of falls.
".. We would like to invite you to join over 400 Family Physicians that contribute EMR data to the University of Toronto Practice-Based Research Network (UTOPIAN)’s EMR Data Safe Haven. We collect EMR data on care as it is managed in our practices.
What is UTOPIAN? UTOPIAN is an initiative of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. UTOPIAN is our ‘living laboratory’, originated by and for Family Physicians and our Teams. It can be used in ways Colleagues approve of, including better care for our patients, Family Medicine research or reports on our healthcare system.
The Mississauga Halton Palliative Care Network strives to deliver on Ontario’s commitment to hospice palliative care together with the Mississauga Halton Central West Regional Cancer Program in partnership with Cancer Care Ontario, and the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network, as funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.
If you are a licensed family doc who is a paid member of the CFPC this is where you want to be reaching out to get advice and support from your colleagues as you try to figure out how to support your patients in this difficult time.
This is the second meeting of the Mississauga Halton Primary Care Network 2.0
We will be focusing on OHT's in the region. As the fall is fast approaching we are all planning to be ready for what it will bring. This is an opportunity to reach out and see where OHTs in the region are at in terms of their own development.
You will be able to register right up to the meeting. Links to the webinar will be emailed out on the day of the meeting.
SCOPE is a virtual interprofessional health team that supports primary care providers through a single point of access. Family physicians and nurse practitioners registered with SCOPE can connect to local specialists, imaging, and community services, to serve their patients with complex care needs.