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The Centre for Effective Practice and the OCFP are looking for family doctors to take part in focus groups related to new clinical tools. Register with Centre for Effective Practice to indicate your interest and receive more details about teleconferences and other opportunities. Tool development expertise is not required – just an interest in improving the tools available to support your practice.

Clinical Tools and Resources for Primary Care

Prenatal Education Tools - Health Nexus

The Prenatal Education Key Messages for Ontario is a central resource of evidence-based information that can be used for routine universal prenatal education by a range of prenatal education providers. As part of this project, Health Nexus has published two prenatal tools. The Ontario Prenatal Education Network (OPEN) Listserv allows physicians to share information and resources, ask questions and collaborate with peers on topics related to prenatal education. The Prenatal Education Web Watch is a tool that tracks websites, blogs, news and journal articles, Cochrane Summaries and PubMed related to prenatal education.

Keywords: infant, fetus, pregnancy, child, postpartum depression, motherhood

The Clinical Tools and Resources listing links primary care providers with information that may aid in their clinical decision making. In most cases, these resources are created by third parties. The Ontario College of Family Physicians accepts no responsibility for the use or misuse of any of the information provided. Users are required to use their own clinical judgement when dealing with the individual patient.

The OCFP has attempted to provide up-to-date materials for clinician use while recognizing that the rapid evolution of materials may result in the information provided becoming outdated. Users are encouraged to consult the original sources for updated versions as they become available and for further information about the individual resource, its terms of use and limitations. Inclusion in the listing does not indicate endorsement by the OCFP.