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The clinical resources in this section are provided to help you to support your patients, clients and residents.
Access and Flow
It is important that we all know our role in improving the access and flow of patients in our hospitals so that we can help our patients get home sooner.
We provide ethics consultations to help address uncertainties or conflicts that arise in your health care with us.
Acute care orientation
Advance care planning
These advance care planning resources will support health care professional to help their clients in making critical decisions.
COVID-19 information for staff and medical staff
Guidance and information on COVID-19 for staff and medical staff.
Diabetes - Insulin dose adjustment
Information about the decision support tool for insulin dose adjustment (IDA) by registered nurses.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) and Language Services
To meet the needs of our diverse population and to increase cultural safety/competency, staff have access to diversity education, translation services, interpreter services, diversity consultations, and support with culturally sensitive messaging.
Fetal health surveillance
Register for Fetal Health Surveillance Workshops.
Hospice palliative care symptom guidelines
These guidelines are one of many resources available to health care professionals in Fraser Health to improve health care outcomes in hospice palliative/end-of-life care.
Neonatal resuscitation program
Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) is an educational program that introduces the concepts and skills of neonatal resuscitation.
This 30-minute video is an education resource for first responders, including police, paramedics, emergency room staff or anyone working with people who use substances.
Resources for community organizations
Recommendations and guides to support community care providers.
Use the ER wisely
This education campaign aims to improve public understanding of available health care options and the importance of attempting to see their own GP before seeking care in the Emergency Department.
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