The BC College of Family Physicians has compiled a list of COVID-19 resources for both health professionals and patients, which is available at the link below.
COVID-19 Information Links: https://bccfp.bc.ca/covid-19/
The BC Centre for Disease Control is working with provincial and federal partners on surveillance, diagnostic testing and infection control measures for the COVID-19 outbreak. The information below is for primary care providers.
Primary Care: http://www.bccdc.ca/health-professionals/clinical-resources/covid-19-care/clinical-care/primary-care (last updated July 27, 2021)
Further information about supports for all health care providers can be found here.
Health Care Providers: http://www.bccdc.ca/health-professionals/clinical-resources/covid-19-care/health-care-provider-support (last updated June 24, 2020)
Doctors of BC has produced a set of recommendations for expanding in-person care in community-based physician practices. The recommendations can be found at the link below.
The Doctor is In: https://www.cfpc.ca/CFPC/media/Resources/Education/Recommendations-for-expanding-in-person-care-in-community-practice-May-21-DofBC.pdf (last updated May 21, 2020)
Doctors of BC have put together a vaccine roll-out toolkit for doctors’ offices which includes a voicemail script, messages for their websites, FAQs, and information for signs.
Toolkit: https://www.doctorsofbc.ca/sites/default/files/vaccine_toolkit_dec14_id_392322.pdf (last updated March, 2021)
Physicians, medical students and resident doctors can access confidential support through the Physician Health Program. The 24-hour helpline can be accessed at 1 800 663 6729 and more information is available at the link below.
Physician Health Program: https://www.physicianhealth.com/
The BC Ministry of Health has developed a self-assessment tool for residents to assess their symptoms and whether they should seek testing for COVID-19. This self-assessment can be done online or via app.
Online Self-Assessment Tool: https://bc.thrive.health/covid19 (last updated July 19, 2021)
Self-Assessment App: https://bc.thrive.health/
The below link provides general resources from the BC Centre of Disease Control about COVID-19.
The Alberta College of Family Physicians provides COVID-19 Resources which include information on COVID-19 updates, emergency hospital & obstetrics, PPE, business continuity, virtual care, primary care, and physician well-being at the link below.
COVID-19 Resources: https://acfp.ca/tools-resources/covid-19-resources/
The link below provides information from Alberta Health Services aimed at primary care providers. Primary care providers are also recommended to review the information for health professionals linked on the webpage below.
Primary Care: https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page16956.aspx (last updated August 10, 2021)
This link provides resources for Health Professionals from Alberta Health Services.
AHS Staff and Health Professionals: https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page16947.aspx (last updated August 12, 2021)
Alberta Health Services has put in place an online screening tool specifically for healthcare workers and school teachers and staff to determine if they need to be tested for COVID-19. This tool can be accessed at the link below.
Self-Assessment for Healthcare Workers and School Teachers and/or School Staff: https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/HWAssessLanding.aspx
Alberta Health Services has a FAQ resource for staff that includes information on many topics including mental health resources.
FAQ: https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/assets/info/ppih/if-ppih-ncov-2019-staff-faq.pdf (last updated June 30, 2021)
Alberta Health Services provides an online screening tool for all Albertans to assess their symptoms and determine if they should be tested for COVID-19 at the link below.
Self-Assessment Tool: https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx (last updated April 7, 2020)
General information for Albertans on COVID-19 can be found at the following link from the Government of Alberta.
The Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians has compiled a list of resources that they have developed in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Medical Association, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Public Health.
SKCFP : https://sk.cfpc.ca/covid-19/
The link below from the Government of Saskatchewan provides the latest resources for Health Care Providers, including specific information for physicians (includes family physicians).
Health Care Providers: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/health-care-administration-and-provider-resources/treatment-procedures-and-guidelines/emerging-public-health-issues/2019-novel-coronavirus/information-for-health-care-providers
The Saskatchewan Medical Association offers the Physician Health Program to provide assistance to colleagues, physicians in training, and their families who may be struggling with a variety of issues. Learn more at the link below.
Physician Health Program: https://www.sma.sk.ca/programs/44/physician-health-program.html
The Government of Saskatchewan provides a self-assessment tool at the link below to determine whether an individual should be tested for COVID-19. It includes specific assessments for members of the public, healthcare workers, and designated family or support people.
Online Screening Tool: https://public.ehealthsask.ca/sites/COVID-19/ (last updated July 22, 2021)
General information from the Government of Saskatchewan about COVID-19 can be found at the link below.
COVID-19 information from the Manitoba College of Family Physicians can be found here.
MCFP : https://mcfp.mb.ca/covid-19/
Shared Health Manitoba provides specific COVID-19 resources for primary care providers and clinics at the link below.
Primary Care: https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/providers/resources-for-providers-and-clinics/ (last updated August 10, 2021)
This link from Shared Health Manitoba provides provincial coronavirus resources for health care providers and staff.
Health Care Providers and Staff: https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/providers/
Shared Health Manitoba provides mental health resources for health-care workers and the public at this link.
Mental Health Resources: https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/providers/mental-health-resources/ (last updated July 23, 2021)
The Government of Manitoba’s COVID-19 screening tool can be accessed at the link below or by calling 1-877-308-9038 for an interactive voice response version of the tool.
Screening Tool: https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool/ (last updated June 29, 2021)
The Government of Manitoba provides general resources on COVID-19 at the link below.
The Ontario College of Family Physicians maintains a list of information and resources for family physicians regarding COVID-19. It is available at the following link.
Resources for Family Physicians: https://www.ontariofamilyphysicians.ca/tools-resources/timely-trending/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov (last updated May 4, 2020)
The Centre for Effective Practice, Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University, Ontario College of Family Physicians and the Nurse Practitioners’ Association of Ontario have developed clinical and practical guidance on COVID-19 for primary care providers, which can be accessed at the link below.
Primary Care Providers: https://cep.health/clinical-products/covid-19/
The Ontario Ministry of Health has prepared a guidance document for health care providers in a community setting available at the following link.
Primary Care Providers in a Community Setting: http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/publichealth/coronavirus/docs/2019_primary_care_guidance.pdf (last updated July 28, 2021)
The Ministry of Health has provided Guidance for the Health Sector available at this link. The link provides updated case definitions, guidance documents, signage and other related information.
Health Sector: http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/publichealth/coronavirus/2019_guidance.aspx (last updated August 12, 2021)
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health offers mental health resources for health care workers at the following link.
Resources for Health Care Workers: https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/mental-health-and-covid-19/information-for-professionals?fbclid=IwAR3p_bmdbD6OXSn6TAd2WZh3vATyk-O-7-6iDtvsGJVGl7Zb8xzmAX60YIA (last updated May 11, 2020)
The Ministry of Health in Ontario has provided a self-assessment tool for COVID-19 at the link below.
Self-Assessment Tool: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/#q0 (last updated July 28, 2021)
General information about COVID-19 from the Government of Ontario can be found at the link below.
The Collège des médecins de famille has provided a list of COVID-19 resources for family physicians to consult on their website.
The Collège des médecins du Québec has put together webinars to support family physicians during COVID-19. This webinar on levels of care can be viewed on YouTube at the following link.
Let’s discuss levels of care: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0m-zs9JU4g&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0ICRZf-XT1mHzZ5p1L-IdHPQj5JzSw64_8gdsu-nzcq-p13d4atPNmbFc
The following link provides information and guidance from the Government of Québec aimed at health professionals.
Health Professionals: https://msss.gouv.qc.ca/professionnels/covid-19/directives-cliniques-aux-professionnels-et-au-reseau/ (last updated August 27, 2020)
This link from Santé et Services sociaux Québec provides information about the case definition, situation in Québec, epidemiology, signs and symptoms, and other information regarding COVID-19.
General: https://msss.gouv.qc.ca/professionnels/maladies-infectieuses/coronavirus-2019-ncov/ (last updated July 22, 2021)
Newfoundland and Labrador
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador provides a self-assessment tool for residents to assess their symptoms and determine whether they should be tested for COVID-19.
Self-Assessment Tool: https://www.811healthline.ca/covid-19-self-assessment/
Information about COVID-19, how to self-isolate, self-monitor, and social distance, as well as other resources from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador can be found here.
The New Brunswick Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health has put out a self-assessment for individuals to evaluate their symptoms and whether they should be tested for COVID-19.
The New Brunswick Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health provides updates on cases and testing, actions being taken by the government, and details on the current situation among other resources at the link below.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority Department of Family Practice provides updates at the link below. Information can also be accessed through a mailing list which includes mental health resource for physicians.
Family Practices: https://myemail.constantcontact.com/COVID-19-Family-Practice-Update-January-8--2021.html?soid=1128231921083&aid=_FfY-CHxc64 (last updated January 8, 2021)
Nova Scotia Communicable Disease Prevention and Control has published re-opening guidance for health care services delivered by regulated and non-regulated health care professionals working in community and private practice.
Re-opening Guidance for Health Care Services Settings: https://novascotia.ca/dhw/cdpc/documents/Re-opening-Guidance-HCP.pdf (last updated June 3, 2020)
Nova Scotia Health provides a COVID-19 Hub for Nova Scotia health team members and physicians, including specific resources for family practices and primary health care, at the links below.
COVID-19 Hub: https://covid19hub.nshealth.ca/covid-19
Family Practice and Primary Health Care: https://covid19hub.nshealth.ca/covid-19/care/familypractice
The Government of Nova Scotia provides information on how the health care and continuing care sectors are working to increase health system capacity and control the spread of COVID-19 at the link below.
Health care and Continuing Care: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/healthcare-and-continuing-care/
The Government of Nova Scotia provides alerts and notices, COVID-19 testing data, information on when to seek help and how to protect yourself, as well as other resources related to COVID-19 at the link below.
Prince Edward Island
The Government of Prince Edward Island provides information and resources for Health Care Workers at the link below.
Health Care Workers: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/topic/for-healthcare-workers
The Government of Prince Edward Island provides information on COVID-19 at the link below including FAQs, tips for protecting yourself and others, information for travellers, supports and services, and other information and resources.
The Government of Nunavut has provided information about COVID-19 at the below link including information about risks, symptoms, what to do if you become ill, and other resources.
The following document from Yukon Communicable Disease Control provides guidance for clinical staff working in family physicians’ offices.
Family Physicians: https://yukon.ca/sites/yukon.ca/files/hss/hss-imgs/covid-19_guidance_for_clinical_staff_in_family_physician_offices_final_june_4_2020.pdf (last updated June 4, 2020)
Information for health professionals from the Government of Yukon can be found at the link below.
Health Professionals: https://yukon.ca/en/health-and-wellness/health-concerns-diseases-and-conditions/find-information-health-professionals (last updated August 17, 2021)
The Government of Yukon’s self-assessment tool allows residents to assess their symptoms and evaluate whether they should be tested for COVID-19.
Self-Assessment Tool: https://service.yukon.ca/en/covid-19-self-assessment/ (last updated September 24, 2020)
The Government of Yukon provides information on how to protect yourself, information for travellers, and other resources regarding COVID-19 at the link below.
General: https://yukon.ca/en/covid-19-information (last updated October 6, 2020)
The following link from the Government of the Northwest Territories provides information for health professionals about COVID-19.
Health Professionals: https://www.hss.gov.nt.ca/professionals/en/services/coronavirus-disease-covid-19
The Government of the Northwest Territories’ Self-Assessment Tool can be used by residents to assess their symptoms and determine whether they should be tested for COVID-19.
The Government of the Northwest Territories is providing information on the current risk in NWT, updates, and resources among other information at the webpage below.
General: https://www.hss.gov.nt.ca/en/services/coronavirus-disease-covid-19 (last updated May 5, 2020)
Date modified: 2022-02-17