Highlights: Health Choices First is a website provides a wealth of high quality patient education with exclusive health videos on different topics, which provide an overview of conditions and treatment options. Furthermore, it also provides a real-life case studies forum for doctors and patients to join in.
Highlights: These resources are provided from TAPMI (hosted by Women's College Hospital). Please scroll down to the bottom for the resource list.
Ontario Pain Management Resources - A Partnership to Help Clinicians Support their Patients
Highlights: A coordinated program of available pain management supports provided by Health Quality Ontario and organizations across the province to help family doctors, nurse practitioners and other primary care clinicians to manage their cases relating to pain, including the appropriate use of opioids.
META: PHI (RAAM Clinic) - Mentoring, Education and Clinical Tools for Addiction: Primary Care-Hospital Integration
Highlights: META: PHI is a project to support clinicians in delivering high-quality care to patients with substance use disorders in all care settings. It provides care model, clinical addiction tools for health care providers, and resources for patients, information and locations of RAAM Clinics (rapid access addiction medicine clinics) across the province. NO Referral or appointment needed and sees all kinds of addictions. Please find out more on clinic model and locations.
Highlights: Family physicians, executive directors of family health teams and community health centres can learn about their care patterns, in relation to your peers, data about their opioid prescribing patterns, as well as suggestions to support them in improving patient care by signing up for a confidential report.
Highlights: The Centre for Pediatric Pain Research is an international leader in children's pain research. It provides health care providers, families and caregivers the information on current research activities at the centre, as well as links to useful resources on pain assessment and management in children.
Highlights: Enter location and choose distance to search within Ontario. You can narrow it down by area, health concern, language, accesibility and payment, etc.
Hightlights: The National Guidelines - Fibromyalgia provides guidelines for the diagnosis and management of fibromyalgia syndrome in adult.
Highlights: This provides the access to The 2017 Canadian Guideline for Opioid for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain, as well as some tools on Opioid Tapering (for patient), Opioid Manager and Opioid Manager Switching Opioids Form (for providers).
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