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Fundamental resources to ground our use of virtual health.
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Intro to Digital Health Literacy Course on the LearningHub
  • An interactive and self-paced online course that aims to support staff, health care providers and physicians with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate a rapidly evolving digital health landscape.
  • Contest alert! From now until February 10, send us a screenshot to show you've completed the course and you'll be entered to win a prize! See our contest poster for full details.
"If you would like to learn how to safely and effectively use and communicate digitally in our ever-growing virtual system, this digital literacy course is an excellent place to start. You will gain foundational knowledge about factors that affect digital health literacy and many more all within the Canadian context."
Shar Daliran, MHA, BSc KIN
Leader, Clinical Programs & Quality, Virtual Health
Fraser Health

  • Want to learn more about the difference this course has made? Read the full article on POD, including five key takeaways from our health-care and patient partners who have already taken the course.

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Virtual Health Handbook
  • Helping to support Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) staff use virtual health in their clinical practice. This handbook provides information and references that consider professional standards, current legislation and feedback from PHSA subject matter experts and clinical programs.

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PHSA Virtual Health Policy
  • This policy provides direction for the safe, effective, and strategic use of virtual health services across Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) and supports staff in the use of virtual health at PHSA.

  • This resource is meant to support Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) staff and clinicians in navigating privacy and security in virtual health.
  • This standard specifies requirements for organizations receiving and/or delivering quality health care via virtual health services.
  • This document reflects actionable criteria found in the CAN/HSO 83001:2018 Virtual Health Standard and is
    meant to support virtual care encounters during the COVID-19 pandemic. This toolkit does not replace any
    jurisdictional legislation or regulatory requirements.
  • Health Standards Organization (HSO) develops evidence-based health and social services standards, assessment
    programs, and quality improvement solutions.

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For your patients

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