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Published Date
2012-06-05
Link to File
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT0x1Tmp60s
Description
"A video overview from Changing River Consultancy on what evaluation is"
Corporate Author
Changing River Consulting
Published Date
2012-06-05
Topics
Evaluation
Resource Type
Video Recording
File Type
Web page
Link to File
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT0x1Tmp60s
Originating web page
http://divisionsbc.ca/provincial/resources/assessment-measurement/evaluation
Description
A video overview from Changing River Consultancy on what evaluation is
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Guidelines for Communications and Information Sharing Between GPs and Community Partners

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource383
Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Delta Division of Family Practice
Program
A GP for Me
Link to File
/media/divresources/GuidelinesForCommunicationBetweenGPsandCommunityPartners.pdf
Description
"These guidelines are intended to offer clarity about information sharing between GPs and community partners for Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) adult patients (non-urgent care). They were prepared to exist within the context of current legislation, including two privacy laws: 1) The BC Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), which is the ‘private sector’ privacy law that covers the Delta Division of Family Practice, Doctors of BC, A GP for Me, health clinics, psychologists, GPs, counselors, and not-for-profit organizations, etc., and 2) The BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), the ‘public sector’ law, which applies to the Ministry of Health and Health Authorities."
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Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Delta Division of Family Practice
Program
A GP for Me
Corporate Author
Delta Division of Family Practice
Personal Author
David Flaherty
Geri McGrath
Diane Burton
Topics
Mental Health and Substance Use
Privacy
Resource Type
Guidelines
Report
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/GuidelinesForCommunicationBetweenGPsandCommunityPartners.pdf
Description
These guidelines are intended to offer clarity about information sharing between GPs and community partners for Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) adult patients (non-urgent care). They were prepared to exist within the context of current legislation, including two privacy laws: 1) The BC Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), which is the ‘private sector’ privacy law that covers the Delta Division of Family Practice, Doctors of BC, A GP for Me, health clinics, psychologists, GPs, counselors, and not-for-profit organizations, etc., and 2) The BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), the ‘public sector’ law, which applies to the Ministry of Health and Health Authorities.
Documents

GuidelinesForCommunicationBetweenGPsandCommunityPartners.pdf

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