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COVID-19 Information and Resources

Resources for Patients

  • The Department of Community and Family Medicine at the University of Toronto and the Ontario College of Family Physicians are pleased to introduce a new series of resources to help patients make sense of the latest guidance around COVID/Omicron.
  • Ask the experts video series: COVID-19 vaccines questions [Health Canada]
    Medical experts share answers to common questions about COVID-19 vaccines. Transcriptions are included for each video.

CFPC Webinars

The CFPC has produced a series of live-stream webinars to support family physicians as they work to provide continuous care to their patients and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. For a list of recorded and upcoming webinars, visit the CFPC’s Clinical Live-Stream Webinars page.

Treatment Options for COVID-19 in the Community: What family docs need to know

Streamed live on March 1, 2022
Presenters: Dr. Brenda Chang (Pharmacist), Dr. Allan Grill, Dr. Kate Miller

The COVID-19 Pivot: Vaccine Update for Family Physicians, Part II

Streamed live on March 23, 2021
Panel: Dr. Isaac Bogoch, Dr. Noni MacDonald, and Dr. Morgan Price

The COVID-19 Pivot: Vaccine Update for Family Physicians

Streamed live on January 12, 2021
Presenters: Dr. Gerald Evans, Dr. Mike Kolber, and Dr. Caroline Quach-Thanh
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Provincial/Territorial Resources

Provincial and Territorial Information and Resources
The CFPC has compiled a list of resources and information available, grouped by province and territory, for use by health care providers and/or patients.

The Doctor is In
Recommendations for expanding in-person care in community-based physician practices. Produced by the Members of the BC Community-Based Physician COVID Task Group of Doctors of BC.

My Family Doctor Cares
The BC College of Family Physicians launches campaign to highlight importance of safe and ongoing access to family physicians.

Date modified: 2022-07-15

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