The Post-COVID in Primary Health Care Practice Supports is an initiative of Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease Management Network, in partnership with the COVID Network at Nova Scotia Health, clinicians, patients and partners, aimed at supporting primary care providers and clinicians in the treatment and management of patients with post-COVID symptoms in primary care settings.
The goal of this initiative is to build capacity in primary health care providers and teams to support their patients who continue to experience symptoms related to COVID-19 for a longer period of time, following the infectious phase of the disease, building on evidence emerging from other jurisdictions.
The following support options are available for you and your team:
- Resource Hub: Self-directed tools and resources for providers as well as patients
- Learning Modules: Details on the live Nova Scotia Health post-COVID webinar series, recorded sessions, and additional external learning opportunities
- Additional Supports: For further discussion and support, access the Post-COVID Providers Forum and additional support avenue
An evaluation summary of these supports is now available!
Disclaimer: Due to the rapidly emerging evidence around COVID-19 and post-COVID, resources have been retrieved from diverse sources including published literature and credible and trustworthy websites. The information in these sources reflects what is known as of the time of publication, and may change as new information becomes available.
The following tools and resources have been curated by our team of clinician advisors to support the treatment and management of patients experiencing post-COVID symptoms in primary care settings. We will continue to add resources as the evidence-base evolves over time. If you have utilized a resource not listed here that helped you in practice, please let us know by emailing PHCPracticeSupport@nshealth.ca.