Nanaimo Division of Family Practice

COVID-19 Resources and Updates

Please note: 

  • Nanaimo’s Family Physicians continue to see patients.
  • Call your physician if you are physically or mentally unwell.
  • The initial visit with your doctor will be by phone or video followed by an exam when needed.
  • Stay safe, practice physical distancing, and be well.
  • Please click the link below for more information on the walk-in services available at: 

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Press Releases from the Nanaimo Division of Family Practice re: COVID-19


COVID-19 RESOURCES


Please see the 'External Opportunities' page of our website for a full list of upcoming COVID-related training opportunities. A partial list is shown below.

Walk and Talk with the Doc - Kids, Families, and COVID-19

 


Walk and Talk with the Doc - Social Work and COVID-19


Walk and Talk with the Docs - Mental Health and COVID-19

 


COVID-19, the Continued BC-CfE Response 

Wednesday, January 20th from 12:00 – 1:30 PM (PST).

This webinar will provide updates in relation to COVID-19, people living with HIV, and the response of the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS. 

Webinar main objectives: 

  • Discuss the BC-CfE’s response regarding the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Summarize the current COVID-19 pandemic, treatments, and immunizations
  • Describe the BC-CfE treatment program and access to ART in view of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Describe the virology research and activities of the BC-CfE laboratory

This webinar will include presentations from:

Dr. Julio Montaner
Executive Director & Physician-in-Chief
BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS

Dr. Peter Phillips
Clinical Professor
Division of Infectious Diseases, University of British Columbia

Dr. Zabrina Brumme and Dr. Chanson Brumme
Laboratory Director and Assistant Director, Research Laboratories
Laboratory Program
BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS

Dr. Junine Toy, Pharm D
Senior Manager, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS Drug Treatment Program
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, St. Paul’s Hospital.

Presentations will be followed by a discussion where participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive real-time responses from presenters.

Please register for the webinar by clicking the following link: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7344735886648254992

This event is accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the British Columbia Chapter for up to 1 Mainpro+ credit.


The Journey to Recovery: Post-COVID-19 Care in BC

Jan 28 (Thu) 1830–2000 PST

Target audience: Physicians and other health care providers.

Overview: Join us for this online accredited educational session where highly experienced physicians experts and specialists will answer your COVID-19 questions and share their experiences and best practices in managing chronic post-COVID-19 symptoms and recovery care.

Panel: Drs. Chris Ryerson (Respirology), Evan Kwong (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), Grant Millar (Psychiatry), Jesse Greiner (Internal Medicine), Peter Birks (Internal Medicine Nephrologist), Dr. Zachary Schwartz (Internal Medicine)

Up to 1.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
Course Webpage  |  Registration Form


COVID-19 Impacts: Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health

Feb 3 (Wed) | 1830–2000 PST

Target audience: Physicians and other health care providers.

Overview:  Join us for this online accredited educational session where highly experienced physicians will answer your COVID-19 questions and share their experiences and best practices in managing the COVID-19 pandemic impacts on children and youth.

Panel: Drs. Ashley Miller (Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist), Hayley Broker (Family Physician), Matt Chow (President-Elect, Doctors of BC; Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist), Rosalind Catchpole (Registered Psychologist), Wilma Arruda (Pediatrician), Shirley Sze (Family Physician)

Up to 1.5 Mainpro+/MOC Section 1 credits
Course Webpage  |  Registration Form


COVID-19 Resource Hub

COVID-19 Resource Hub
https://ubccpd.ca/COVID19/resources

We have a comprehensive COVID-19 hub of reliable education and resources being offered by UBC CPD and other education providers.
Email us any questions or suggest resources: cpd.covid-19@ubc.ca