Group Medical Visits in Primary Health Care Implementation Guide
A comprehensive guide to support primary health care providers and teams to implement Group Medical Visits.
Group Patient Education
Group patient education is a session that involves a group of patients and/or caregivers receiving health care education virtually. Group patient education sessions may be:
Self-referred or voluntary group patient education: Health care providers are not required to register patients. Patients can choose to attend these sessions as it relates to their health and wellness.
Referred group patient education: Health care providers are required to register patients. Patients are required to attend as part of their care plan.
Hand Hygiene Education + Training One Pager (ROP)
Hand hygiene is considered the single most important way to reduce health care-associated infections. Cost estimates of health care-associated infections significantly exceed those related to hand hygiene.
Health Care Provider / Administrative Assistant Resources
IM/IT Virtual Care Services have developed education and training resources for the use of Nova Scotia Health and IWK Health providers and administrative staff.
Healthy Eating in the Real World
A summary, including actionable tips, about realistic healthy eating goals.
Healthy Eating Recommendations
Healthy eating recommendations from Canada's Food Guide.
Heart and Stroke Resources for Stress at Work
Stress is present in our everyday environment, including the workplace. There is positive stress and negative stress. Examples of positive stress can be expectations, deadlines, or motivating factors in our lives. Without positive stress, we would not accomplish anything we wanted or needed to do. It is negative stress, which when excessive, can contribute to health problems.
Heat Stress Guidelines
Guidelines from Nova Scotia Labour and Advanced Education covering heat stress.