Invitation to Participate in Working Group: Developing a pediatric growth monitoring algorithm
Purpose: The aim of this project, funded by the MoH, is to create an on-line algorithm for family physicians for pediatric routine growth monitoring and management of overweight and obesity.
Who can participate: Any physician with current license to practice in the Province of British Columbia whose patient panel includes children and youth.
What is involved: 4 virtual meetings (30-60 min. each) and testing the algorithm in your office setting. Remuneration will be provided.
When does this project take place? From now until September 15, 2020.
Where does this study take place/location? Physicians from across BC are invited to participate virtually.
PANdemic BC Virtual Care Study
Family physicians are invited to participate in the University of British Columbia’s PANdemic BC Virtual Care Study. The province-wide study aims to determine how BC family doctors are adapting to virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Click here to take the survey.
Assessment of practitioner needs for providing virtual maternity care in rural and remote communities in British Columbia
Researchers from the University of British Columbia and the Centre for Rural Health Research are seeking rural and remote maternity care providers in British Columbia to take part in a study to identify the needs for and barriers to practitioners providing virtual maternity care. The results will be used to inform the development of an optimal platform to meet the needs of patients and practitioners in a rural context.
Click here to participate. Participants can enter a draw for one of three Amazon gift cards.
For more information, contact Christine Carthew at email@example.com.
The Canadian Anterior Cruciate Ligament Primary Care Survey
This 15-minute survey aims to better understand how Canadian primary point-of-care practitioners (physiotherapists, family medicine, sport and exercise medicine physician or emergency physicians) approach the diagnosis and management of ACL tears. This information will inform professional development programs.
On completion, you will be able to download a current evidence summary about ACL tears, and an accompanying infographic.
You can learn more and participate in the survey here.