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The Canadian Healthcare Education Common's Virtual Library provides educators and learners with easy access to educational materials, including virtual patients or electronic cases.

Physical Activity Prescription BJSM article

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This is a positiion statement on physical activity prescription with some definitions and pearls to help physicians prescribe and counsel. While targeted towards sports medicine doctors in this example, it is applicable to all specialties.

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Understanding Electronic Medication Reconciliation

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Medication reconciliation (MedRec) is a formal process where physicians, nurses and pharmacists work with patients and their families to ensure that an accurate and comprehensive medication history is gathered and that information is communicated across care settings during patient healthcare transitions. The MedRec process involves a systematic and comprehensive review of medications the patient is currently taking as well as medications that may be changed, added or discontinued during the process of providing health care.

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Better education & evaluation in an EMR (BeeEMR)

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Better education & evaluation in an EMR (BeeEMR)

BeeEMR – throwing light on the problem

Problem:
Using the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in educational settings holds great promise but traditional approaches using sandbox EMRs present many challenges. A virtual EMR approach, with integrated activity metrics and learning analytics, can solve many of these.

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Management and Evaluation of a pan-Canadian Graduate Training Program in Health Informatics

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Abstract

Eight Canadian  universities  partnered to  establish  a  Collaborative  Health Informatics PhD/Postdoc Strategic Training Program (CHPSTP). The 6-year goal was to increase research capacity in health informatics in Canada.

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Press Release: Canadian medical schools to strengthen training on effective clinical use of information & communications technologies

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Better preparing medical students to practice in modern, technology-enabled, clinical environments is the aim of a new initiative launched today by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) and Canada Health Infoway (Infoway).

Canada's medical schools, students, and residents are invited to join in this three-year effort to strengthen learning on effective clinical use of information and communications technologies.

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Influencing Change: Preparing the Next Generation of Clinicians to Practice in the Digital Age.

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Building on a foundation established in 2011 by Canada Health Infoway and Canada’s faculties of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy this article outlines efforts and initiatives to support faculty in preparing future clinicians to understand and practice in a digital environment. Links to resources are provided.

Key Points:

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