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A Guide for Primary Care Providers for Supporting Patients in Distress During COVID -19  Normalize and validate  Stress, anxiety, fear, sadness, and anger are all natural responses to difficult situations  Some anxiety and fear is normal during times like these  Common stressors include: fears of infection, frustration and boredom, disrupted routines, […]


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NON-MEDICAL MASKS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED FOR: • people who suffer from an illness or disability that makes it difficult to put on or take off a mask • those who have difficulty breathing • children under the age of 5 years DON’T JUDGE OTHERS FOR NOT WEARING A MASK. Kindness is important as some people […]


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Document #: CO -1 Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for: Protocol Swabbing (Adult & Pediatric) Status: v. 3 Revised: Nov. 25, 2020 Note: latest updates will appear in blue For COVID -19 Page 1 of 4 The Process: Step Instructions Before You Start • Assemble all supplies such as PPE, transport medium, and flocked swab. o […]


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How can I stay healthy? • Clean your hands often with soap andwater or hand sanitizer. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. • Avoid close contact with sick people. • Get vaccinated! Talk to your health care provider to see what’s right for you. When you are at a clinicor health care facility […]


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Tuesday, March 17, 2020 1 COVID -19 – Emergency Preparedness & Privacy and Security Considerations Though trustee obligations under PHIA remain static even during a public health event such as the COVID -19 pandemic, trustee capacity to meet policy direction on secure communication methods may be challenged as more people are advised to stay home […]


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1 www.aicr.org/foods-that- fight- cancer , American Institute for Cancer Research 2 Rock CL, Doyle C, Demark-Wahnefried W et al. Nutrition and phy sical activity guidelines for cancer survivors. CA Cancer J Clin, 2012; 62(4):243 -74 3 www.bccancer.bc.ca Put in Search bar: complementary and alternative medication, click on Complementary and Alternative Medication FAQs, click on Flaxseed […]


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Alternative Isolation Accommodations (AIA) AIA Health Care Support Staff Orientation Package June 2, 2020 AIA Manager Phone Number XXX -XXX -XXXX (24 hrs.) Clean Copy AIA H ealth Care Support Staff Orientation Package Page 2 of 10 OUTLINE – Confidentiality – COVID -19 Screening P rocess for AIA Staff and Hotel S taff – Roles […]


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Home Clinic Client Summary FAQ 1. What is a Home Clinic Client Summary? A Home Clinic Client Summary is a document that contains an enrolled patient’s key health information provided from the Home Clinic’s Certified EMR. Client Summary documents will be store d in eChart Manitoba and will be accessible to authorized eChart users across […]


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Mental Health Supports for Manitobans during COVID -19 Pandemic NEW Support Line for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence! Starts Monday April 20, 2020 (see attached Poster) A Woman’s Place is here to support wom en who have been impacted by gender based violence. That’s why we are extending our services to offer over to phone support […]


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March 3, 2021 COVID -19 infections and pregnancy 1 COVID-19 INFECTIONS AND PREGNANCY Can COVID-19 affect a growing fetus? It is very unlikely that COVID -19 will affect a growing fetus. Most pregnant people have mild symptoms that do not require medical care and their babies are born healthy. The only way that an infection […]


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We’re in this fight together Let’s stop COVID – 19 Get vaccinated to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community . Remember to continue to : Talk to a health care provider in your community, if you have questions about the vaccine . Catalogue : R5-765/2021E-PDF ISBN: 978-0-660-37259-4 #crushCOVID


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WHO? Non-treaty resident of a First Nation transported to receive medical care and who is required to self-isolate before returning to home community due to local travel restrictions. First Nations person who traveled away from home community for non-medical reasons and was then advised of the need to self-isolate. Person is not receiving support from […]


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