Contents: 1. Wellness: eat smart, get active, live well. - 2.Well nourished: the basics. - 3.Food choices: the consumer marketplace. - 4.Food for health: every age, every stage of life. - 5.Healthy eating: special issues. - 6.Resources: more about healthy eating.
Available to Island Health staff & physicians on a VIHA-networked computer. For access off-site, first set up your own personal password, etc. for R2 e-books while you are on the VIHA computer network. Use CREATE USER PROFILE (at top of web page, just under the Login boxes).
Contents: Understanding residency. Preparing for residency. Applying for residency. Getting to match day and beyond.
The Observatory provides collaborative leadership in the development of provincial and regional surveillance capacity with respect to non-communicable diseases, injuries, and risk and protective factors. The BC Observatory for Population and Public Health (BCOPPH or Observatory) was established in response to a recommendation of the Population and Public Health Surveillance Plan for British Columbia (BC). It is a partnership between the BC Centre for Disease Control, BC Ministry of Health, BC Provincial Health Officer, First Nations Health Authority, Fraser Health Authority, Interior Health Authority, Island Health Authority (VIHA), Northern Health Authority, Provincial Health Services Authority and Vancouver Coastal Health Authority. [from Observatory website]
This interactive tool provides summary statistics on variety of non-communicable diseases and conditions in BC. [from Dashboard website]
Reflecting recent Canadian clinical practice and important insights from family physicians and residents, this reader-friendly guide concisely examines and summarizes the content you'll encounter on the test. [from back cover]