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2011 revised version of the NDDS for the 18 month visit.
The Ontario Version of the February 2014 RBR (English) Guide IV: visits from 18 months to five years of age.
This workbook outlines all of the fundamental information required to understand the concept of Advanced Access and Efficiency as well as the tools, measures and techniques which can be utilized to assist with implementation. The information is presented in a practical format and backed by the experience of numerous clinicians and change management consultants.
A printable version of the Ontario Lung Association's Asthma Action Plan that can be customized for your asthma patients' needs.
Brief 2-page Fact Sheet with recommendations and information for health care workers in acute care settings. Also available in Web Version. You can also order paper copies or a pad of 100 sheets.
Interview guide designed to help you ask the right questions when discussing a possible development problem with a parent.
A supplemental handout to the online program providing definitions, prevalence, key points and much more about infertility and the online course.
This guide has been developed to provide healthcare professionals with a quick-reference summary of the most important recommendations from the 2010 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Osteoporosis in Canada. For more detailed information, consult the full guideline document at www.osteoporosis.ca.
Information about the Paediatric Emergency Department Asthma Care Pathway background and the tools you need to implement it in your healthcare setting.
As a health professional, your patients may ask you about the health risks of radon, and the need to test their homes. This fact sheet provides you with some information you can use to answer their questions.
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