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Ontario Pain Management Resources

Source:

Health Quality Ontario and organizations across the province 

Description:

A collaboration of organizations across Ontario offering a coordinated program of supports to help family doctors, nurse practitioners and other primary care clinicians manage their patients’ pain, including the appropriate use of opioids.

Category:
Opioids & Pain Management,

Pediatric Nutrition Guidelines (Birth to Six Years) for Health Professionals - 2019

Source:

Ontario Dieticians in Public Health

Description:

Evidence-based nutrition and feeding guidelines along with red flags for healthy, full-term infants and children up to 6 years of age.

Category:
Infant & Child Health,

PPI Deprescribing

Source:

RxFiles

Description:

Approaches for stopping or dose reduction of PPIs in those who may not need lifelong treatment

Category:
Deprescribing, Senior & Elderly Care,

Prenatal Screening Ontario

Source:

Prenatal Screening Ontario

Description:

Resource for patients, families and providers looking for information and updates related to prenatal screening.

Category:
Women's Health,

Prevention and Management of Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Primary Care: Evidence Review

Source:

Toward Optimized Practice

Description:

Supplement to the Clinical Practice Guideline which offers evidence review of 12 key clinical questions.

Category:
Chronic Disease Management,

Primary Care Asthma Program

Source:

Ontario Lung Association

Description:

A model for providing evidence-based respiratory primary care.

Category:
Chronic Disease Management,

Primary Care of Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - 2018 Canadian Consensus Guidelines

Source:

College of Family Physicians of Canada

Description:

Outlines standards of care to support clinical decision making, focused on health issues specific to adults with IDD.

Category:
Social Determinants of Health,

Recommendations for Preventing Fracture in Long-Term Care

Source:

Dr. Alexandra Papaioannou et al | Osteoporosis Canada

Description:

The fracture rate for adults living in long-term care (residents) is two to four times that of adults of similar age living in the community, and one-third of older adults who experience hip fracture are residents in long-term care. This document provides guidance regarding strategies for the prevention of fractures directed
toward inter-professional teams caring for frail older adults in long-term care.

Category:
Chronic Disease Management, Senior & Elderly Care,