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COVID-19 vaccines for Ontario


Vaccines are safe, effective and the best way to protect you and those around you from serious illnesses like covid 19.

Vaccines work with your immune system so your body will be ready to fight the virus if you are exposed. This can reduce your risk of developing covid 19 and make your symptoms milder if you do get it.

Our supply will not arrive all at once, so distribution will happen in stages. The goal is for everyone in Ontario to be able to get a covid 19 vaccination if they want one, as soon as enough doses are available from manufacturers.


Covid-19.Ontario.ca

 
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HFAM Assessment, Monitoring and Management of COVID


You have symptoms and are concerned you may have COVID-19. Now what?


CPSO COVID-19 Resouces


The CPSO’s expectation during a public health emergency is that physicians act in the best interests of their patients and support the provision of care directly or, where necessary, indirectly by supporting their colleagues and the larger system in responding to the emergency.


 
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Covid Scrub: How to clean you hands - YouTube Video from the Covid Airway Safety Course


ECHO Ontario Coping with COVID Registration Form


ECHO Ontario Coping with COVID offers a place to share and learn about ways to build your personal/professional resilience and wellness through didactic lectures and case-based discussions. Whereas other ECHOs within ECHO Ontario Mental Health tend to focus on client cases and well-being, this new ECHO focuses on provider well-being. Please note that this program was initially launched for hospital-based health care providers and is now being offered to all health care providers across Ontario who are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.


 
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CCO Cancer Screening During Covid-19


These screening tests are starting up slowly to keep you and the healthcare staff safe, and to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The gradual reintroduction of routine cancer screenings is consistent with the Ministry of Health’s directionsOpens in a new window to gradually start offering services that have been delayed because of COVID-19.


 
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Practical Considerations for Ramping Up Your Office during COVID-19


Critical Care COVID 19 Resources U of Toronto


Guidance and Protocols, Visual Aids, Order Sets, Checklist, Ontario Clinical Practice Guidelines for Antimicrobial and Immunomodulatory, Therapy in Patients with COVID-19, Podcasts and Webinars, Quick ICU training, Wellness


U of Toronto

 
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Canada's COVID-19 Immunization Plan


Answering questions about COVID-19 vaccines: a guide for healthcare providers


COVID-19 Vaccination Recommendations for Special Populations


This document contains recommendations based upon the best current available scientific knowledge for COVID-19 vaccination in special populations and expert clinician advice. Certain populations were not included in the Phase III clinical trials for current COVID-19 vaccines, or had very small representation, and require special consideration for COVID-19 vaccination. Evidence from clinical trial data is limited due to limitations in the size and duration of follow-up of trial populations; however, studies are ongoing. The evidence on COVID-19 disease and vaccines is evolving. 


 
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Toolkit: COVID@Home Monitoring for Primary Care


How to care for someone with COVID-19 at home


QHR ACCURO COVID-19 Tools


EMR resource


https://www.ontariomd.ca/

 
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TELUS PS COVID-19 Tools


EMR resource


https://www.ontariomd.ca/

 
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ABELMed EMR COVID-19 Tools


EMR resource


https://www.ontariomd.ca/

 
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OSCAR COVID-19 Tools


EMR resource


https://www.ontariomd.ca/

 
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COVID-19 Integrated Testing & Case, Contact and Outbreak Management Interim Guidance: Omicron Surge Dec30th Rev


Version 1.0 – December 30, 2021 
This guidance document provides basic information only. It is not intended to
provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment or legal advice. 
In the event of any conflict between this guidance document and any orders or
directives issued by the Minister of Health or the Chief Medical Officer of Health
(CMOH), the order or directive prevails.

Alert - new versions will be published frequently. If you locate a newer version please add it's web URL using primaryON.ca/websites/new  and we will update this document.

 


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You’ve been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 on PCR, rapid molecular, or rapid antigen test. Now what?


Public Health Ontario (PHO) COVID 19 At-a-glance document - updated daily


Govt of Canada Coronavirus web page


PHO Public Health COVID 2019 Page


Canadian Physchological Association COVID-19 Public Resources Landing Page


".. The information that follows is intended to help people cope psychologically in the face of health risks like COVID-19. It does not convey important information that you should know about how the virus is contracted, its signs and symptoms, how to decrease your risk of contracting the virus and how the virus is treated. .."

credits: Canadian Psychological Association


Canadian Psychological Association

 
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Emotional and Psychological Challenges Faced by Frontline Health Care Providers During the COVID-19 Pandemic


Hospital Employee Sick Pay COVID-19 HR Recommendations - Ontario Health


Release date: April 4, 2020

REVISED – April 21, 2020

This document has been revised to amend the expiry date of these recommendations from April 30, 2020 to May 12, 2020.


ONTARIO HEALTH

 
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PHO Synopsis of Key Articles – Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)


WHO Global research on coronavirus disease (COVID-19)


Grief During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Considerations for Palliative Care Providers


The COVID-19 pandemic is anticipated to continue spreading widely across the globe throughout 2020. To mitigate the devastating impact of COVID-19, social distancing and visitor restrictions in health care facilities have been widely implemented. Such policies and practices, along with the direct impact of the spread of COVID-19, complicate issues of grief that are relevant to medical providers. We describe the relationship of the COVID-19 pandemic to anticipatory grief, disenfranchised grief, and complicated grief for individuals, families, and their providers. Furthermore, we provide discussion regarding countering this grief through communication, advance care planning, and self-care practices. We provide resources for health care providers, in addition to calling on palliative care providers to consider their own role as a resource to other specialties during this public health emergency.


Wallace CL, Wladkowski SP, Gibson A, White P. Journal of Pain and Symptom Man...

 
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Resources for Professionals Providing Grief and Bereavement Services During and Following the COVID-19 Pandemic


"Long COVID" in Primary Care - Infographic and BMJ Podcast


BMJ infographic on assessment and management of patients with post-acute COVID-19.


 
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Suggested In-Person Primary Care Services during COVID-19


A resource developed by the West Region Primary Care Council. It was designed as a guide to help balance the daily new needs of patients while working through the backlog on important preventative care and chronic disease management.


West Region Primary Care Council

 
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Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Fact Sheet


The PrOTCT PLAN for the COVID-19 vaccine discussion


“What do you think of the new vaccine(s)? Do you think I should get it? Is it safe? "

When patients ask these questions, it may be tempting to dive into answering. This framework will help approach these conversations thoughtfully to achieve a positive, effective interaction that builds trust while sharing important information. 


CEP

 
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CMPA COVID Vaccination FAQs page


As the COVID-19 vaccination rollout expands, there are a number of medical-legal considerations physicians will want to be aware of.


CMPA

 
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THE COVID-19 VACCINE COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK


Full-Dose Heparin Best for Moderate COVID-19 Regardless of D-dimer


Full-dose prophylactic anticoagulation held substantial benefit for moderately ill COVID-19 patients regardless of initial D-dimer level, according to interim pooled results from the ACTIV-4a, ATTACC, and REMAP-CAP trials.


 
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Hospitalized elderly and frail patients with a severe COVID-19 infection.


Elderly and frail patients with serious comorbidities and no COVID-19 Infection


Long term care home with a mild COVID-19 infection


Therapeutic Management of Adults With COVID-19


NIH Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Treatment Guidelines


The official landing page for the the National Institutes of Health collection of COVID 19  therapeutic recommendations.


 
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AMITA Health - covid-19 post discharge anticoagulation recommendations


A very good discharge algorithm for VTE is located on page 16


AMITA Health

 
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Community of Practice for COVID@Home


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)


quorum.hqontario.ca

 
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Region of Peel - Public Health: COVID-19 Mapping Dashboard


Data-Driven Visualization of COVID-19 Cases in the MH region


 
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FaceTime - BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


SMS Text Messaging - BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


Virtual Faxing - BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


Signal App- BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


BC's BHSA's Advice to health care providers on a) when to use Signal, b) best use cases, c) technical requirements, d) privacy and security and e) risk and limitation.


Provincial Health Services Authority - BC

 
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Zoom - BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


Emailing - BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


Skype for Business - BC Provincial Health Service Authority Primer


Casirivimab (casirivimab) and imdevimab (imdevimab)


Monograph for Casirivimab (casirivimab) and imdevimab (imdevimab) PDF


Ontario COVID results portal at ehealthontario.ca


Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table Omicron Edition


Clinical Pathway

Level 1 PPE by OxStar - University of Oxford


Clinical Guideline

Updated IPAC Measures for COVID-19 – March 10, 2020 TECHNICAL BRIEFUpdated IPAC Recommendations for Use of Personal Protective Equipment for Care of Individuals with Suspect or Confirmed COVID-19


Given updated information on COVID‑19, Droplet and Contact Precautions continue to be recommended for the routine care of patients with suspected or confirmed COVID‑19.  Airborne Precautions should be used when aerosol generating medical procedures (AGMPs) are planned or anticipated to be performed on patients with suspected or confirmed COVID‑19.


publichealthontario.ca

 
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CPSO COVID-19 FAQs for Physicians


Palliative Care COVID-19 Resources (passcode required)


COVID CPR Algorithm PDF by Heart and Stroke


Summary of adjustments to CPR algorithms in suspected or confirmed COVID-19 patients.


heartandstroke.ca

 
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NICE.org.uk COVID-19 landing page


Care of the Adult Suspected Confirmed COVID-19 ILI Patient in the ER or UC


Intention for use:

  • To guide all providers of ED/UCC care in Alberta as to the basic care of adult patients with known or suspected COVID-19 infection to ensure such patients receive optimal, consistent and equitable care throughout the ED/UCCs of Alberta.
  • Recognize that the application of the guidance in this document will need to be adapted to the characteristics of each individual site, zone and department. 

alberta health services

 
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Modification to Public Hands-Only CPR during the COVID-19 pandemic


" .. Note: These recommendations are intended for public/bystanders. If you are a healthcare professional, please refer to the fundamental CPR knowledge you learned from your certification course with the additional directions from your institutions during COVID-19.

...

The recommendations ... are based on expert opinion. They will reduce the risk of the public responder getting the virus from the person when providing CPR and using an AED during cardiac arrest.

.."


HeartandStroke.ca

 
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Hospitalized patients with a mild COVID-19 infection


CEP's COVID-19 Vaccines landing page


This resource is revised often and new content is added regularly to guarantee that the latest evidence and regulatory recommendations are included. The CEP is committed to ensuring this information is accurate and up to date.

Centre for Effective Practice: CEP

 
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Screening for and Managing At-Risk Drinking and Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) During COVID-19


".. This resource is designed to support family physicians and primary care nurse practitioners in screening, diagnosing and treating at-risk drinking and AUD in adults (>18 years) during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.. "

Centre for Effective Practice: CEP

 
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Caring for Immunocompromised Patients in the COVID-19 Context


Managing Type 2 Diabetes During COVID-19: a Guide for Primary Care Providers


".. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we should be taking a virtual-first approach to diabetes care. The relative benefits and risks of an in-person versus virtual diabetes visit will depend on several factors, including an individual’s capacity for using technology, the extent of their disease and local COVID-19 prevalence.."


Centre for Effective Practice: CEP

 
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Management of Youth and Young Adult Mood Disorders (Anxiety and Depression) During COVID-19


You’ve been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 on PCR, rapid molecular, or rapid antigen test and you work in a highest risk setting.* Now what?


CEP COVID-19 Resource Centre


Ontario Science Table CPG recommended-drugs-and-biologics-in-adult-patients-with-covid Jan 8th 2022


This document changes frequently - monitor the Science table website for updates.


Scince Table

 
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CDC COVID Guidelines


COVID-19 Guidance: Primary Care Providers in a Community Setting - November 9 2020


Highlights of changes

  • Reference to Ontario Health’s document on Optimizing Care Through COVID-19 Transmission Scenarios.

  • Importance of in-person care where essential and for those conditions and instances where patients may not benefit from virtual care (Bullet 4)

  • Reference to COVID-19 Screening tool for Children in School and Child Care (Bullet 14)

  • Change from 14 to 10 days of self-isolation following symptom onset, provided that the individual is afebrile, and symptoms are improving (Bullet 14)

  • Importance of not delaying assessment and treatment of issues which have symptoms that overlap with those of COVID-19 but are clinically evident of a different diagnosis (Bullet 20)

  • Reference to Considerations for Community-Based Health Care Workers on Interpreting Local Epidemiology (Bullet 20)

  • Reference to Guidance for Immunization Services During COVID-19 (Bullet 28)

Updated November 9th, 2020


Ministry of Health

 
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CMPA COVID Hub


The CMPA is here for you — with timely advice, support and medical-legal information — so you can focus on what you do best.


CMPA

 
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Ontario MOH COVID-19 Guidance for the Health Sector


Resuscitation network safety protocol during coronavirus


CEP Tool Kit


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.


CEP

 
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Choosing Wisely Canada Advice On Using Limited Health Care Resources Wisely


The COVID-19 pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge to the capacity of health care systems and providers around the world. Now, more than ever, stewardship of limited resources is critical.

In response, this list was developed to raise awareness about the need to use limited health care resources wisely.


https://choosingwiselycanada.org

 
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COVID-19 Resources for primary care providers in SW Ontario


IPAC-Canada.org COVID-19 provincial guidance documents organized by province.


Caring for bereaved family members during the COVID-19 pandemic: before and after the death of a patient.


Bereavement care is considered an integral component of quality end-of-life care endorsed by the palliative care movement. However, few hospitals and health care institutions offer universal bereavement care to all families of patients who die. The current coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has highlighted this gap and created a sense of urgency, from a public health perspective, for institutions to provide support to bereaved family members. In this article, drawing on the palliative care and bereavement literature, we offer suggestions about how to incorporate palliative care tools and psychological strategies into bereavement care for families during this pandemic.


 
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Level 2 PPE by OxStar


Hand Hygiene advice collated by OxStar - University of Oxford


Clinical Management of Patients with COVID-19–2nd Interim Guidance August 2020


SOGC Statement on COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy


Ministry of Health: COVID-19 Vaccine-Relevant Information and Planning Resources


This is a continually curated collection of all official MOH 'How-To PDFs' that apply to any public sector health care worker or organization involved in COVID vaccine rollout.  


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CMPA Podcast: COVID-19: Reasonable care


A public health emergency may force a shift away from the usual patient-first ethics, to a public-first approach. Such a shift in mindset is difficult for everyone involved. In this podcast, CMPA Physician Advisor Dr. Yolanda Madarnas and CMPA Director of Practice Improvement Dr. Steven Bellemare discuss the stress generated by the sudden need to ration resources and restrict access to certain treatments in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Listen to them discuss the concept of reasonable care and the patient’s best interests to help you make sense of the unusual demands the COVID-19 pandemic may place on you.


CMPA

 
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Long term care home with a severe COVID-19 infection.


NIH - The COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel’s Interim Statement on Patient Prioritization for Outpatient MAB When There Are Logistical or Supply Constraints


Last Updated: December 23, 2021

The COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel (the Panel) has recommended several therapeutic agents for the treatment and prevention of SARS-CoV-2 infection in individuals who are at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19. These anti-SARS-CoV-2 therapeutics are of greatest benefit for nonhospitalized patients who have risk factors for progression to severe COVID-19. The risks for progression are substantially higher for those who are not vaccinated or who are vaccinated but not expected to mount an adequate immune response to the vaccine.


NIH

 
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Summary Of Systematic Review

Cochrane Special Collections Coronavirus (COVID-19)


".. The aim of this collection is to ensure immediate access to systematic reviews most directly relevant to remote health care through telehealth. The measures adopted internationally to curb the spread of COVID-19 have led to significant changes in how health care is accessed and provided. As face-to-face consultations between healthcare workers and patients pose a potential risk to both parties, remote care and telehealth offer alternatives. .."


Cochrane Library

 
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Key Study

COVID-19 Evidence Alerts from McMaster PLUS


Oxford COVID-19 Evidence Service


".. Rapid evidence reviews, data analysis and thought-provoking writing relating to the coronavirus pandemic updated regularly.

The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences in the University of Oxford is an academic-led centre dedicated to the practice, teaching and dissemination of high-quality evidence-based medicine to improve healthcare in everyday clinical practice..."


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NIH's National Center for Biotechnology Information COVID-19 Page


Dexamethasone in Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19


Service

OTN.ca COVID Landing Page with great Telemed FOAMED


Virtual care is a powerful tool in Ontario’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Phone consultations, emails, text messaging, remote monitoring and video visits allow care providers and patients to connect safely at a distance, minimizing the risk of community infection.


OTN.ca

 
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Toronto Region COVID-19 Assessment Centre Locations


No interactive map but very solid advice on locations, testing criteria and contact info for triaging.


 
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Halton COVID-19 Testing Centres


".. We operate COVID-19 Testing Centres in Oakville, Milton and Georgetown.

For your safety testing is done by appointment only.

TELEPHONE BOOKING: Call the COVID-19 Booking Line at 905-203-7963.

ONLINE BOOKING: Please book an appointment online (see below) .."


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COVID-19 Immunization Reconciliation ToolOverview & FAQs PDF


The eHealth Centre of Excellence(eCE) has launched a new process to help primarycare efficiently document their patients’ COVID-19 vaccinations within their electronic medical records(EMRs).


ehealthce.ca

 
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Ontario Patient COVID Test Result Portal


COVID-19 assessment centres in Ontario


There are several organizations that assemble lists of test centres including PrimaryON but to date, no one does it better than the CEPCheck it out.


https://cep.health

 
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Ontario Health Data Platform COVID-19


Ontario Health Data Platform COVID-19

The Ontario Health Data Platform (OHDP) is being built to better detect, plan and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.

This is a collaborative effort by leading public sector organizations to accelerate research and analytics within Ontario to help the province better manage and respond to the pandemic.


ComputeOntario.ca

 
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Health Canada's COVID Alert App


 
COVID Alert uses Bluetooth to exchange random codes with nearby phones. It does not use or access any location data. COVID Alert works by determining how far away other phones are by the strength of their Bluetooth signal.

 


Shopify, RIM and Gov't of Canada

 
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COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians UofT DFCM and OCFP


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.


 
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Peel Region COVID-19 Vaccine 3rd Dose Referral Form


York Region COVID-19 Guidance


U of T Continuing Professional Development office UpSkilling Portal


The Continuing Professional Development office is working closely with our Academic and Clinical partners to provide important COVID resources for our community.

We are developing a database of resources and need your help. If you have an important resource for Health Professionals that you think should be included in our listing, please let us know.

Content is updated daily.


 
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Find your lcoal CMHA branch DURING COVID-19


LOCAL CMHA BRANCH SERVICES DURING COVID-19

CMHA branches are open but many are offering alternative service delivery at this time. Service delivery may be in person, by phone or the following virtual ways:

PCVC – Personal computer video conferencing
OTN – Ontario Telemedicine Network
ZOOM –  Video/web conferencing platform


CMHA

 
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COVID Savvy Heart and Stroke Interim Courses & Virtual Offerings


"..During this time of crisis, Heart & Stroke is making new course types available as a temporary measure to respond to requests from healthcare partners in helping them maintain the capacity of healthcare services to essential and critical areas during COVID-19. Our objective is to ensure that through virtual means, healthcare providers can be quickly and effectively trained to be ready to work in needed healthcare services.."


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Workplace PPE Supplier Directory - Ontario.ca


Review a list of companies that sell personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies to keep your employees and customers safe from .


Ontario.ca

 
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COVID-19 vaccine billing codes for primary care


Strategies to Support Indigenous Participation in Ontario’s COVID-19 Response


Cough and Cold Clinic and COVID@Home referral PDFs


OTN - Ontario Telemedicine Network - Training Centre


".. Resources to help you get started using Direct-to-Patient Video Visits—from benefits to billing to implementation and best practices.."


OTN.ca

 
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Sign up for ILI and LTC service readiness - How You Can Help Support Our Mississauga Halton Community During COVID-19


In the MH region, In order to best support patients and providers in our community we have stepped forward to work with local OHTs in gathering this information so that personnel can be quickly deployed where required. By having this centralized collection point, it will help us coordinate and avoid individual physicians from having to complete this information for several different sources.


PCN

 
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Undefined

Osler Law's - The Employer’s COVID-19 Return to the Workplace Playbook


"... Having a rational and documented plan in place for reopening will be necessary to ensure a smooth transition back to work..."


Osler.com

 
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COVID-19 vaccine information sheet for pregnant or breastfeeding individuals


This information sheet is being given to you because you indicated you are pregnant or breastfeeding and are interested in receiving more information about the COVID-19 vaccine.


Unity Health

 
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COVID-19 Guidance for Individuals Vaccinated outside of Ontario or Canada


Editorial note from the staff at PrimaryON.ca. This article establishes basic principles but leaves the actual documentation and vetting to your local public health unit (PHU). The fastest way to find your PHU to begin this process is through the PHU itself. Your PHU can be located on Ontario's PHU listings or by navigating the online booking portal as though you were booking then seeing which PHU your postal code pulls up.

excerpts from this linked guidance document..

" .. This document is intended to provide health care providers and Public Health Units (PHUs) with approaches for individuals who have received COVID-19 vaccination outside of Ontario or Canada...

This guidance provides basic information only. This document is not intended to provide or take the place of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or legal advice..."

This links to ... V. 1.0 June 4, 2021


https://www.health.gov.on.ca

 
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COVID-19 Vaccination Supports for Primary Care


The eCE Automates team at the eHealth Centre of Excellence has launched a new bot process that will help primary care clinicians to seamlessly and efficiently document their patients’ COVID-19 vaccinations within their electronic medical records (EMRs).


 
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OCFP COVID-19 Resources for Family Physicians


OCFP's COVID-19 Landing Page


 
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Pallium Canada Palliative Free, Online Modules


Free LEAP courses – Pallium Canada has opened up a number of LEAP modules for free online access during COVID.


 
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Dr. Sohal Goyal (OMA) being interviewed May 13th by sauga960am about PPE and Primary Care Challenges related to COVID-19


OCFP: Community Supports for Special Populations


The OCFP's Community Supports for Special Populations links page.


 
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Review: COVID Risk Calculators


Official Ontario Vaccination Booking Portal


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Public Health Updates for Halton Physicians: Focus on COVID-19 vaccination

Feb 17, 2021, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: CPD in the Mississauga Halton Region 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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UHN ECHO COVID Series

Apr 13, 2021, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm  | Announcement  | Team: Featured External Events 


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UHN ECHO Managing COVID-19 in Primary Care Weekly Series Oct-Nov

Oct 12, 2021 - Nov 30, 2021  | Series  | Team: Featured External Events  > Featured ECHO FOAMED series offered by Ontario based organizations
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and COVID-19: Considerations for Health Care Workers

Jul 29, 2020, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm  | Module  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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Ready Set Open

Jun 02, 2020, 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm  | Meeting  | Team: CPD in the Mississauga Halton Region  > PCN Meetings
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, Technology, COVID-19 
Tags: CME COVID


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Primary Care Forum - September 29th 7:00-8:30pm

Sep 29, 2020, 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm  | Meeting  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, COVID-19 
Tags: Return to School


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Halton Community Physician Town Hall

Jan 20, 2021, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm  | Meeting  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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COVID@Home 101: Managing the Continuum with Primary Care

May 18, 2021, 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: CPD in the Mississauga Halton Region 
Audience: Primary care practitioners, Allied health  
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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Pandemic Recovery and Chronic Disease Management: Primary Care for Adults with Asthma

Aug 19, 2021, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 
Tags: Asthma


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Part 2: Are We All in this Together? Health Inequity, Discrimination, Xenophobia and Allyship during COVID-19

Jul 30, 2020, 3:00 pm to 3:00 pm  | Announcement  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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COVID-19 and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Ethics

Sep 01, 2020, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm  | Module  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, COVID-19 


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COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians

Oct 16, 2020, 9:00 am to 10:00 am  | Meeting  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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A Practical Approach to Managing Respiratory Tract Infections in the Era of COVID-19 and Virtual Care: How ...

Oct 22, 2020, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Researchers and academics, Primary care practitioners, Admin and policy makers, Allied health  
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians

Nov 13, 2020, 9:00 am to 10:00 am  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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COVID-19 Wave Two: Will we sink or swim?

Dec 10, 2020, 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm  | Meeting  | Team: CPD in the Mississauga Halton Region  > PCN Meetings


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Why Hesitate? - Let's Vaccinate!

Jan 26, 2021, 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm  | Webinar  | Team: CPD in the Mississauga Halton Region 
Audience: Primary care practitioners, Allied health  
Focus areas: Patient care, Health systems, COVID-19 


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Recognizing and Managing Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Feb 09, 2021, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care, COVID-19 


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The COVID-19 vaccine: New vaccines, building vaccine confidence, and more

Feb 05, 2021, 8:00 am to 9:00 am  | Lecture  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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Cervical Cancer Screening Primary Care Provider Webinar

Feb 23, 2021, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: CPD in the Mississauga Halton Region 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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Delirium – A New Quality Standard for an Important Health Concern

Mar 17, 2021, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians

Mar 26, 2021, 8:00 am to 9:00 am  | Series  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: COVID-19 


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Health Care Provider Town Hall – Adverse Events Following COVID-19 Immunization

Jun 24, 2021, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Focus areas: Patient care, COVID-19 


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Applying the Ontario Health Asthma Quality Standards for Children and Adolescents in your practice

Aug 12, 2021, 8:00 am to 9:00 am  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 
Tags: Asthma


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Health Care Provider Town Hall – Immunizing the under 12 population against COVID-19

Oct 06, 2021 - Oct 05, 2021  | Webinar  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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Featured ECHO FOAMED series offered by Ontario based organizations

Posted: Jul 31, 2021  | Series  | Team: Featured External Events 
Audience: Primary care practitioners 
Focus areas: Patient care 


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