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Autopsy information for Parents (Emergency Department)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3727
Catalogue Number
GV.140.A98
Current Revision Date
May-23-2018
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information about hospital autopsies for parents or guardians: what they are, making the decision and frequently asked questions.

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Catalogue Number
GV.140.A98
Current Revision Date
May-23-2018
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information about hospital autopsies for parents or guardians: what they are, making the decision and frequently asked questions.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Newborn
Infants
Preschool Children (2-5 years)
Child
Adolescent
Emergency Department
Subject
End of Life Issues
Keywords
death
coroner
Consent
child
fetus
baby
pregnancy
funeral
Organs
support
results
Reading Level
7
Date Issued
May-23-2018
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Consent to Health Care: Information for Adults, Families, and Health Care Providers

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem1936
Catalogue Number
IA.220.I66
Current Revision Date
August-02-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information on Part 2 of the Health Care (Consent) and Care Facility (Admission) Act - Consent to Health Care.

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Catalogue Number
IA.220.I66
Current Revision Date
August-02-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information on Part 2 of the Health Care (Consent) and Care Facility (Admission) Act - Consent to Health Care.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Financial & Legal Resources
Subject
Patient Rights
Keywords
Consent
Decision Makers
Public Guardian and Trustee
substitute decision maker
Advance Directives
Health Care Consent
Care Facility Admission Act
Reading Level
11
Date Issued
November-25-2011
Legacy Numbers
A.0237
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How do I make a health care decision for another person? Your role and responsibilities as a temporary substitute decision maker

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3781
Catalogue Number
IC.100.H45
Language
English
Status
Requested
Description
Information to help you understand your role and responsibilities when you are making health care decisions for another person as a “temporary substitute decision maker”
Catalogue Number
IC.100.H45
Language
English
Status
Requested
Description
Information to help you understand your role and responsibilities when you are making health care decisions for another person as a “temporary substitute decision maker”
Format
Booklet
Topic
Services & Resources
Subject
Medical Ethics
Community Health Services
Social/Family Issues
Keywords
responsibilities
TSDM
ethics
wishes
interests
treatment
support
Consent
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
August-15-2018
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Learning more about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3205
Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43
Current Revision Date
April-17-2015
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.

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Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43
Current Revision Date
April-17-2015
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
People with Chronic Diseases
Senior Health
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Subject
CPR
Advance Directives
Keywords
decision
patient care
wishes
Advance Care Planning
informed decisions
informed consent
Emergency Care
heart failure
treatment interventions
family members
Health Care Consent
MOST
CPR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
April-17-2015
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Learning more about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) (Chinese Simplified)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3272
Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43.CS
Current Revision Date
November-09-2015
Language
Chinese Simplified
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.

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Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43.CS
Current Revision Date
November-09-2015
Language
Chinese Simplified
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
People with Chronic Diseases
Senior Health
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Subject
CPR
Advance Directives
Keywords
decision
patient care
wishes
Advance Care Planning
informed decisions
informed consent
Emergency Care
heart failure
treatment interventions
family members
Health Care Consent
MOST
CPR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
November-09-2015
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Learning more about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) (Punjabi)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3273
Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43.PU
Current Revision Date
November-09-2015
Language
Punjabi
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.

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Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43.PU
Current Revision Date
November-09-2015
Language
Punjabi
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
People with Chronic Diseases
Senior Health
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Subject
CPR
Advance Directives
Keywords
decision
patient care
wishes
Advance Care Planning
informed decisions
informed consent
Emergency Care
heart failure
treatment interventions
family members
Health Care Consent
MOST
CPR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
November-09-2015
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Learning more about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) (Tagalog)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3274
Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43.TG
Current Revision Date
November-09-2015
Language
Tagalog
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.

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Catalogue Number
EB.270.L43.TG
Current Revision Date
November-09-2015
Language
Tagalog
Status
Available
Description
CPR is effective for patients in fairly good health, and if administered immediately. This pamphlet will help you understand cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and what is involved when CPR is administered and if everyone should have CPR.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
People with Chronic Diseases
Senior Health
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Subject
CPR
Advance Directives
Keywords
decision
patient care
wishes
Advance Care Planning
informed decisions
informed consent
Emergency Care
heart failure
treatment interventions
family members
Health Care Consent
MOST
CPR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
November-09-2015
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Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST'. What is it? Why would I have one?

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3206
Catalogue Number
IA.220.M43
Current Revision Date
March-29-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
A Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST' form will assist health care providers in honouring your wishes for relevent medical care. The form provides orders on what to do if

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Catalogue Number
IA.220.M43
Current Revision Date
March-29-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
A Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST' form will assist health care providers in honouring your wishes for relevent medical care. The form provides orders on what to do if
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Senior Health
People with Chronic Diseases
Keywords
Advance Care Planning
substitute decision maker
CPR
Do Not Attempt Resuscitation
wishes
patient care
informed consent
informed decisions
conversations
DNR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
April-09-2015
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Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST'. What is it? Why would I have one? (Chinese Simplified)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3275
Catalogue Number
IA.220.M43.CS
Current Revision Date
April-05-2016
Language
Chinese Simplified
Status
Available
Description
A Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST' form will assist health care providers in honouring your wishes for relevent medical care. The form provides orders on what to do if

  1 document

Catalogue Number
IA.220.M43.CS
Current Revision Date
April-05-2016
Language
Chinese Simplified
Status
Available
Description
A Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST' form will assist health care providers in honouring your wishes for relevent medical care. The form provides orders on what to do if
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Senior Health
People with Chronic Diseases
Keywords
Advance Care Planning
substitute decision maker
CPR
Do Not Attempt Resuscitation
wishes
patient care
informed consent
informed decisions
conversations
DNR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
November-09-2015
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Documents
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Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST'. What is it? Why would I have one? (Punjabi)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3276
Catalogue Number
IA.220.M43.PU
Current Revision Date
April-05-2016
Language
Punjabi
Status
Available
Description
A Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST' form will assist health care providers in honouring your wishes for relevent medical care. The form provides orders on what to do if

  1 document

Catalogue Number
IA.220.M43.PU
Current Revision Date
April-05-2016
Language
Punjabi
Status
Available
Description
A Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or 'MOST' form will assist health care providers in honouring your wishes for relevent medical care. The form provides orders on what to do if
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Senior Health
People with Chronic Diseases
Keywords
Advance Care Planning
substitute decision maker
CPR
Do Not Attempt Resuscitation
wishes
patient care
informed consent
informed decisions
conversations
DNR
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
November-09-2015
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Documents
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