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Message to Ontarians: Family Doctors are Here for Your Care - Infographic

Message to Ontarians: Family Doctors are Here for Your Care - Infographic

Your family doctor's office and local emergency department are taking precautions to keep you safe. When you need care, reach out and get the help you need - whatever your health concern.

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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) - Info, Resources & Tips for Family Doctors

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) - Info, Resources & Tips for Family Doctors

View information and resources on COVID-19 from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Public Health, along with OCFP's tips for family doctors to use in your practices. We will keep you informed as the situation evolves. Check our website regularly for more and developing details.

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Patients, Let’s Remain Vigilant Against COVID-19 Infection! - Infographic

Patients, Let’s Remain Vigilant Against COVID-19 Infection! - Infographic

As Ontario’s family doctors, we are doing everything we can to keep you safe in our offices. Here are the actions you can take to keep yourself and others safe too.

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OCFP@OntarioCollege–10.16.2020

The De/Implement series + @afMetaLab is hosting a webinar on advancing audit & feedback and #antibiotic stewardship in primary care! Don't miss this presentation next week (Oct 22 at 9 a.m. ET) w/ @DrKevinSchwartz & Dr. @NoahIvers πŸ‘‡ https://t.co/FMYugedeUS https://t.co/SyGjfdPQC0

OCFP@OntarioCollege–10.16.2020

Thanks to our moderator & panelists – and the hundreds of participants who joined from across the province this morning. Get more info about the #COVID19 CoP and stay tuned for more about our next session coming in November https://t.co/LhcgU9szJH https://t.co/qKMUojI0YK

OCFP@OntarioCollege–10.16.2020

Updated resource from @ChooseWiselyCA can help deal with challenges that are more pronounced during #COVID19, shared by @allan_k_grillMD . Here is algorithm for managing RTIs that is part of the tool ⬇️ https://t.co/6tsiPPhZ2b

OCFP@OntarioCollege–10.16.2020

More best practices for flu shots: moderator @tara_kiran says when drive-through not viable, ie, no parking, strategy could include dedicated flu clinic days or half-days. @davidkaplanmd says having small groups may make sense.

OCFP@OntarioCollege–10.16.2020

Re waiting period after flu shot: 15-minute window is changing. See, for example, guidance from NZ which is included in CEP resource: https://t.co/7Cwhy2MJaR https://t.co/HWgtVBsoYv