On the occasion of the one year anniversary of responding to COVID-19 in our communities, RPPEO Medical Director, Dr. Richard Dionne, took some time to speak directly to paramedics in Eastern Ontario.
Hear from Dr. Dionne as he reflects on the past year, on current practice in 911 paramedicine and on what paramedics are facing as we continue to respond.
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MyGriefToolbox.ca helps paramedics respond to palliative care calls and expands their capacity to provide quality care.
The first seven modules provide paramedics with:
The provincial Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) on Monday, February 22, 2021 released its latest update on considerations for paramedics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This memo replaces both the May 6th, 2020 and the January 4th, 2021 considerations documents and memos.
Remember when you could bring a page of notes into your math exam? Having all the formulas written out in your teeny-tiny scribble really helped not to forget that r was squared and c was a constant equal to the speed of light.
Now you've got a similar tool integrated into the Ontario Paramedic Clinical Guide.
The new tool isn't for math, though. The Ontario Base Hospital Group put the key highlights for applying the prehospital Canadian Triage and Acuity Score (CTAS) to your adult patients into graphic form.