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National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)

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Patient Education

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National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)

Want to provide your patients who have an eating disorder a resource to help them manage?

 

The National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC) provides information, resources, referrals and support to Canadians affected by eating disorders.

Tags: Mental Health

Body Brave

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Patient Education

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Body Brave

Need to refer your patients who have an eating disorder to an online help resource?

 

Body Brave is an online resource that offers treatment, training and education to people who have eating disorders. The site is available for those aged 17+, is weight inclusive and 2SLGBTQIA+ friendly. Their services are all virtual, and free of charge or are covered by OHIP.

Tags: Mental Health

Anxiety Canada

Type:

Patient Education

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Anxiety Canada

Looking for a resource to support your patients who suffer from anxiety disorders?

 

Anxiety Canada is a registered charity and non-profit organization that raises awareness about anxiety. The organization provides support to people with anxiety via access to proven resources and treatment. The website offers services and programs such as an app, online courses, and online group therapy.

Tags: Mental Health

Bringing Mindfulness to Parenting

Type:

Patient Education

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eMental Health

Need a resource to refer your patients who are experiencing challenges in parenting?

 

eMental Health has developed this online resource for parents who might benefit from being more mindful in their parenting. The site offers information about mindfulness in parenting, and several resources for help/support.

Tags: Mental Health

#315 The LARC (long-acting reversible contraception) Song: Is the etonogestrel implant a hit?

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PEER Tools for Practice

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PEER Tools for Practice

How does the etonogestrel implant (Nexplanon®) compare to other long-acting reversible contraception?

 

This PEER Tool for Practice provides the latest evidence on the etonogestrel implant (Nexplanon®) for contraception, as compared to the low-dose levonorgestrel intrauterine device. Refer to this article if you need support for conversations around long-acting and reversible contraception.

Tags: Obstetrics/Gynecology, Sexuality/Sexual Health

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) in Adults: Information for Primary Care

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Resource

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eMental Health

Looking for information on Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)?

 

eMental Health has compiled a list of resources for clinicians and their patients in assessing, identifying and managing Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). The site contains a primary care guide, screening tools, patient handouts, referal resources, and letters of support among other useful information.

Tags: Mental Health

#316 To Pee or Not to Pee: Combination agents for benign prostatic hypertrophy

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PEER Tools for Practice

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PEER Tools for Practice

Is combination therapy with alpha-blockers and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors (5ARI) more efficacious than alpha-blockers alone for patients with benign prostatic hypertrophy?

 

This PEER Tool for Practice provides the latest evidence that adding 5ARIs to alpha-blockers reduces the number of men with clinical progression, and the number needing BPH surgery. However, drug-related adverse effects are increased with combination therapy.

Tags: Urology

Grief recovery: How to help a colleague

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Resource

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Canadian Medical Association

Are you and/or your colleagues struggling with grief?

 

The Canadian Medical Association posted this article about grief, given that physicians have been losing patients at higher rates than before due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The article discusses this new reality, and offers tips for dealing with your own feelings of grief and for helping colleagues cope with theirs.

Tags: Mental Health, Physician Wellness

Grieving – where to go when you’re looking for help

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Resource

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CAMH

Are you and/or your patients struggling with the aftermath of a personal loss?

 

CAMH has put together a resource for anyone facing grief after a loss, to help them process their feelings. The resource offers a list of support options for individuals, such as counselling, group meetings, bereavement programs, and other types of support.

Tags: Mental Health, Physician Wellness, Practising Well

GriefWords Library

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Resource

When you or your patients need help processing grief

 

SickKids has compiled a list of thoughtful articles to provide guidance and direction for anyone touched by grief. The articles provide many practical suggestions to help you or your patients move toward healing in your unique grief journey.

Tags: Mental Health, Physician Wellness, Practising Well

Resources for Professionals Providing Grief and Bereavement Services During and Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Resource

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Ontario Palliative Care Network

Are you or your patients struggling with grief due to a loss because of Covid-19?

 

The Ontario Palliative Care Network has compiled a list of resources to support providers who are involved in providing grief and bereavement support/services to families, as well as support with their own coping and well-being.

Tags: Mental Health, Physician Wellness, COVID-19

Grief and Bereavement: Information for Primary Care

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Resource

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eMental Health

Looking for support resources to help your patients experiencing grief process their loss?

 

eMentalHealth has assembled a group of resources to help primary care physicians support patients through the grief process. The site contains a primary care guide, patient handouts, referral options, practice guidelines, and links to other grief support websites.

Tags: Mental Health, Physician Wellness, Practising Well

MyGrief.ca

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Resource

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Canadian Virtual Hospice

Looking for support resources for your grieving patients?

 

This online resource is intended to help people move through their grief from the comfort of their own home, at their own pace. It was developed by people who have experienced the death of someone important to them and grief specialists. It complements existing community resources and helps address barriers to grief services.

Tags: Mental Health, Physician Wellness

KidsGrief.ca

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Resource

Source:

Canadian Virtual Hospice

Looking for support resources to help your grieving patients under 18 years of age?

 

These learning modules will help you understand how children (ages 0 to 18) grieve and how to support them as they face the life-limiting illness, dying and death of someone important to them. It offers both structured and general guidelines for providing grief support to students under varying circumstances.

Tags: Mental Health

PEER simplified chronic pain guideline

Type:

Guideline

Source:

Canadian Family Physician

Looking for a guideline on how to manage chronic pain in your patients?

 

This guideline for the management of chronic pain, including osteoarthritis, low back pain, and neuropathic pain, highlights best available evidence including both benefits and harms for a number of treatment interventions.

Tags: Chronic Pain, Neurology, Rheumatology

PEER simplified chronic pain guideline - 1 page Summary

Type:

Guideline

Source:

Canadian Family Physician

Looking for a guideline on how to manage chronic pain in your patients?

 

This 1-page summary summarizes the simplified guidelines for the management of chronic pain. It includes a listing of treatment interventions for osteoarthritic, chronic low back and neuropathic pain, along with their benefits.

Tags: Chronic Pain, Neurology, Rheumatology

Comparing Treatment Options for Pain: The C-TOP Tool

Type:

Clinical Tool

Source:

PEER

Need a tool to help you determine treatment options for patients who suffer from chronic pain?

 

This calculator shows the potential benefits and possible harms associated with different treatments for pain. It also highlights key things to consider when choosing treatment, including the most common side effects or cost.

Tags: Chronic Pain, Neurology, Rheumatology

Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast

Type:

Resource

Source:

Therapeutics Education Collaboration

Need to hear what your peers think of the PEER Simplified Pain Guidelines?

 

The Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast has a 4 part series (episodes 506-509) discussing the PEER Simplified Pain Guidelines.

Tags: Chronic Pain, Neurology, Rheumatology

Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale (Y-BOCS)

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Clinical Tool

Need an assessment tool to help diagnose OCD?

 

This psychometric rating scale is designed to rate the severity and type of symptoms in patients with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). This rating scale is intended for use as a semi-structured interview.

Tags: Mental Health

#317 Antihistamines for allergic rhinosinusitis: 'Achoo'sing the right treatment

Type:

PEER Tools for Practice

Source:

PEER Tools for Practice

Wondering if oral antihistamines improve symptoms in adults with allergic
rhinosinusitis?

 

This PEER Tool for Practice provides the latest evidence for oral antihistamines to reduce rhinosinusitis symptoms. Refer to this article when considering antihistamines to treat your patients who suffer from allergic rhinosinusitis.

Tags: Clinical Immunology or Allergy, Otolaryngology

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