Providing Comprehensive Care during COVID-19

July 10, 2020

Originally posted April 8, 2020. Last updated August 10, 2020.

Resources related to COVID-19 to provide comprehensive primary care are listed below. This list will be updated as more resources become available.

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General Information

Guidance documentation is available on an ongoing basis from:

 

For patient and public-facing resources, see the COVID-19 information for Patients, Caregivers and the Public page


Arthritis Patients

Resources

 


Cancer Patients

Resources

 


Cardiac Health & Rehab

Resources

 


Children and Pregnant women 

Resources
Webinars

 


COVID-19 Care

Resources
Webinars

 


Crohn's & Colitis 

Resources
Webinars
  • Crohn's & Colitis Canada is hosting biweekly webinars with IBD experts, upcoming webinars and recordings can be found here

Diabetes 

Resources

Food & Nutrition

Resources 

Chronic Kidney Disease

Resources

 


Lung Health

Resources
Upcoming Webinars

 


Mental Health & Addictions 

Resources
Webinars

 


Occupational Therapy

Resources
Webinars

 


Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning 

Resources
Webinars 

 


Social Prescribing 

Webinars

Past Webinars


Vulnerable Patients

Resources

Webinars:


Wound Care

Resources

 

For patient-facing resources, see the COVID-19 information for Patients, Caregivers and the Public page

 

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Disclaimer: The information in this resource centre represents general guidance developed by AFHTO and their partners, gathered through a rapid, non-systematic scan of relevant and valuable guidelines with an intent to support you in a timely fashion. The information reflects best knowledge at the time of writing and is subject to revision based on rapidly changing circumstances and conditions. As new best practice evidence emerges, recommendations may evolve. The resources above should be considered supplementary guidance and are not meant to replace clinical judgement or organizational directives.