The eMHPrac e-Mental Health in Practice Project is funded by the Australian Government and aims to raise health practitioner awareness and knowledge of digital mental health through the provision of free training and support to health professionals.
ASHA Telepractice Evidence Maps (EN)
This map includes research on the provision of audiology and speech-language pathology services via telepractice. All populations, diagnoses, ages, and settings (e.g., healthcare, school) are included.
CAN-Restore - Digital Tools for Physical Activity (EN)
A quick comparison guide of digital tools for physical activity in transplant candidates and recipients. A list of some websites and apps that can help transplant recipients get active or stay motivated with their physical activity.
by Alicia Ridout & COG-OT team
Occupational therapists in the UK have created a webapp for the profession, to help digital practice development using models and standards.
Connected: Virtual Care News and Views (EN)
by OTN (Ontario Telemedicine Network)
Connected is a robust mix of stories and opinion focused on health care transformation. The landscape is local and international, now and the future. Geared to health care providers and the interested public, we explore innovation’s potential impact on patient care, we examine the evidence, and we scope out how people are using virtual care to make a difference today.
Digital Occupational Therapy (EN)
by Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT)
In order to ensure the profession is fit for the 21st Century, all occupational therapists should have the digital literacy skills required to capitalize on the benefits digital brings to their workplaces and areas of practice. This toolkit includes helpful information and resources.
Inventory of technologies to support aging in place (IUGM) (EN)
by Centre de recherche IUGM
This inventory presents a rich selection of technologies that can support aging in place. From medication management to communication aids and assistance with daily activities, the researchers designed it in light of the needs reported by professionals working in the field.
OTN (Ontario Telemedicine Network) (EN)
by OTN (Ontario Telemedicine Network)
Virtual care helps people access the care they need when and where they need it. We work with our partners to find better value for Ontario’s publicly funded health care system. By maximizing access to care and minimizing travel and wait times, virtual care makes health care delivery more human, efficient, and equitable. Working together with patients, primary care providers, and specialists, we can provide more care options and innovative solutions that help improve access to specialized care; reduce pressure on hospitals; and modernize consumer access to care.
Program for Excellence in Telerehabilitation Education and Research (PETER) (EN)
UBC’s PETER has a multi-pronged vision of consolidating telerehabilitation information, training students and clinicians, facilitating research, and bringing together stakeholders to the benefit of all British Columbians through the application of digital health to rehabilitation.
Rapid Access Clinic for Low Back Pain: Virtual Assessment and Education Toolkit (EN)
The Rapid Access Clinics for Low Back Pain (RAC LBP) are well-positioned to drive innovation in virtual care to manage patients with new or worsening back pain. A Virtual Assessment and Education Toolkit has been developed to provide guidance and education on how to conduct standardized assessments and deliver guideline-based care to manage patients with back pain virtually within Ontario’s RACs LBP during these unprecedented times.
Réseau québécois de la télésanté (FR)
by Gouvernement du Québec
The Réseau québécois de la télésanté (RQT) has been deployed?to provide?optimal?and innovative solutions to improve?health?remote?services in the public sector. It brings together all those involved in Telehealth from three levels of coordination:
-Provincial level?:?Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux;
-Territorial level?:?Telehealth Coordination Centres;
-Regional or Local level?:?Health Institutions.
Rural Telehealth Toolkit (EN)
by Rural Health Information Hub
Welcome to the Rural Telehealth Toolkit. The toolkit compiles evidence-based and promising models and resources to support organizations in identifying and implementing telehealth programs to address common challenges experienced in rural communities across the United States. The modules in the toolkit contain resources and information focused on developing, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining telehealth programs for rural community health programs.
by Health Resources and Services Administration
The Telehealth.HHS.gov website provides information for health care providers and patients about the latest federal efforts to support and promote virtual health care, known as telehealth. It was built by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Tele-Rehab 2.0 (EN)
Tele-Rehab 2.0 is changing the landscape of virtual care by redefining assessment and breaking accessibility barriers, because everyone deserves equitable, accessible healthcare. Tele-Rehab 2.0 has secured continued funding from Alberta Innovates, operates in 13 rural communities, including 3 supported living facilities, and has engaged an enormous network of collaborators and clinicians as we work to have our technology and processes integrated into Alberta Health Services and beyond.
Telerehab Toolkit (EN)
This toolkit of resources, developed by the University of Plymouth, is a guide for health and social care practitioners, patients and their families. It is designed to help in undertaking effective remote consultations for people with physical disabilities and movement impairment, including people recovering from COVID-19.
This knowledge translation site can be used to find the most current information about the effectiveness of the various tele-treatments, and the psychometric properties of existing tele-assessments that are used in pediatric rehabilitation. Learning modules were developed for clinicians, and for patients and families. TELEREHUB-CHILD was designed to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice, to empower clinicians, patients and families, and to optimize the use of telerehabilitation for children and youth with developmental disabilities and their families.
Telestroke Toolkit- Canadian Best Practices Recommendations for Stroke Care (EN)
The Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) are intended to provide up-to-date evidence-based guidelines for the prevention and management of stroke, and to promote optimal recovery and reintegration for people who have experienced stroke (patients, families and informal caregivers). The target audience for these recommendations includes all healthcare providers from a range of health disciplines who are involved in the planning, delivery and monitoring of quality stroke care.
Text Messaging in the Healthcare Safety Net (EN)
As healthcare reform heralds the arrival of more newly insured patients into the system, providers throughout California’s healthcare safety net are interested in exploring how new technologies and innovative approaches can help them meet this increased demand. As mobile phone use has rapidly increased, texting has emerged as a promising tool for managing and improving patient care. The Center for Care Innovations (CCI) partnered with the Blue Shield of California Foundation to develop the Texting for Better Care Program.
The Topol Review: Preparing the Healthcare Workforce to Deliver the Digital Future (EN)
by The National Health Service (NHS)
February 05, 2019
The Topol Review outlined recommendations to ensure the NHS is the world leader in using digital technologies to benefit patients.
Tools for Life (EN)
by Georgia Tech
Tools for Life, Georgia's Assistive Technology Act Program, is dedicated to increasing access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) devices and services for Georgians of all ages and disabilities so they can live, learn, work and play independently and with greater freedom in communities of their choice. The Tools for Life Database includes an AppFinder: favorite apps for living, learning, working and playing.
TREK Telehealth Toolkit (EN)
TREK (Translating Research Evidence and Knowledge) offers resources that are designed to increase knowledge, confidence, and skills in the use of telehealth with musculoskeletal patients. The evidence and practical tools found here aim to equip physiotherapists to deliver high quality telehealth services and achieve optimal patient outcomes for those in their care.
TR-Telerehab-Toolkit: Implementing Telerehabilitation within Outpatient Rehabilitation Programs (EN)
The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute’s Brain Rehabilitation Program and Mobility Innovations Centre have developed a virtual rehabilitation implementation toolkit to help rehabilitation organizations and providers implement, improve, and evaluate virtual rehabilitation.
Virtual Care Learning Hub (EN)
by Center for Care Innovations (CCI)
CCI is sharing the best of the best for achieving health equity through virtual care. We’ve synthesized 20+ years of experience to create this learning hub filled with great ideas you can start testing right away.