October 26, 2020
The Ministry is providing us lists of COVID-19 assessment centres on a regular basis. The list below will be updated once the information is received. Updates are also on the ministry's site; however, the spreadsheets below might be updated slightly quicker, depending on timing. Resource-
October 14, 2020
Originally posted Mar 10, 2020. Last updated October 21, 2020 *NEW* We have created a list of infection prevention and control tools and resources. New and updated resources will be added to the top of each list as they become available.   IPAC shareables #StoptheSpread campaign communications
September 28, 2020
Resource Includes:  Virtual Mental Health Tools - Togetherall, BounceBack and Beacon Demonstrations Slides
September 22, 2020
Originally posted April 8, 2020. Last updated September 22, 2020. Resources related to COVID-19 to provide comprehensive primary care are listed below. This list will be updated as more resources become available. Jump to Providing Care topics Arthritis COVID-19
September 14, 2020
Hosted by AFHTO  Please join us for some background and live demonstrations of Mental Health tools.  Endorsed and paid for by the Government of Ontario and Ministry of Health, Togetherall (previously known as Big White Wall) is a clinically moderated, online peer-to-peer mental health community
September 09, 2020
Originally posted Mar. 23, 2020. Last updated September 9 Resources related to COVID-19 for the management and operations of primary care team locations are listed below. New and updated resources will be added to the top of each list as they become available. Re-opening Resources   clinical
August 21, 2020
Research paper published in HEALTHCARE POLICY Vol.16 No.1, 2020 Abstract Background: In Ontario, Canada, social workers are employed in a number of primary healthcare (PHC) settings such as Community Health Centres (CHCs) and Family Health Teams (FHTs). However, many aspects of social work
August 20, 2020
Healthy Debate opinion piece by Kate Mulligan and Kavita Mehta The data are in: people living with racism, low incomes and crowded housing are most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The attention it has drawn to these inequities has healthcare providers re-examining their practices with respect
August 12, 2020
Originally posted Mar. 17, 2020. Last updated August 12, 2020 On Thursday, March 19 Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health issued a memo Re: Managing Health Worker Illness and Return to Work COVID-19. In the document he makes recommendations related
August 05, 2020
Resource Includes:  Patient/Client Virtual Care Experience Survey Appendix A - Core 5 Questions