Canterbury Primary Response Group (CPRG) were pleased to bring you this webinar from Dr Dee Mangin on the practical realities for managing mild to moderate COVID-19 in the community.
This webinar discusses how mild to moderate COVID-19 illness was managed in general practice in Ontario, Canada. As medical lead for the Ontario Primary Care COVID@Home model, as well as hands-on experience as lead of the McMaster Family Health Team COVID Care Community Ward, who have so far managed over 600 COVID positive patients in general practice, Dee had some important messages to share.
View the webinar below or download the presentation (PDF)
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This webinar was recorded on Wednesday 25 August 2021.
- COVID: Pathways, Evidence and Practical Supports – Hamilton Family Medicine
- Assessment, Monitoring and Management of COVID – Hamilton Family Medicine
- Q&As from the presentation (PDF)
Dr Dee Mangin is a GP and is Professor and the David Braley Chair in Family Medicine at McMaster University and Professor in the Department of General Practice University of Otago, Christchurch. She is currently Medical Lead for the Ontario Primary Care COVID@Home programme. She is also Medical Director for the McMaster Family Health Team Community COVID Care Team. She has wide experience in clinical research in primary care with interests in innovative models of primary care, rational prescribing and the influences of science, policy and commerce on the nature of care.
Dee is providing clinical advice to our HealthPathways teams which will inform updates to our COVID-19 pathways. This webinar was moderated by Dr Marie Burke, GP and supported by Dr Kim Burgess – CPRG and Dr Janine Close – Canterbury HealthPathways. This webinar is supported by Pegasus Education, Canterbury Initiative and Mobile Health.