Appetite To Play

Appetite to Play was developed as a provincial approach to support providers to promote and encourage healthy eating and physical activity environments within early years settings (daycare centres, family-based daycares, preschools, parent participation programs, or after school daycares).

Asthma Care Across Community Settings

Child Health BC (CHBC) and the Guidelines and Protocols Advisory Committee (GPAC) collaborated on the development of a new provincial pediatric asthma guideline. The guideline identifies the care requirements for the pediatric population, including a specific new guideline for the diagnosis and management of children aged 1-5 years.

Cannabis & Teens in a Post Legalization World (CYMHSU CoP Live Webinar)

Click here to access the slide deck from CYMHSU CoP’s inaugural ‘Cannabis & Teens in a Post Legalization World – A Physician’s Approach’ live webinar held on March 1, 2019.

CHBC Hip Surveillance Program For Children With Cerebral Palsy

The Child Health BC Hip Surveillance Program for Children with Cerebral Palsy aims to (1) Ensure that children at risk for hip displacement receive appropriate screening to allow for early and appropriate management, and (2) Facilitate the implementation of the recommended standard of care for hip surveillance into practice across the province.

Child Health BC Tiers of Service

The Tiers of Service framework provides a tool for defining and planning the system of children’s health services on BC.

Concussion

Concussions are a significant health issue for children and youth throughout British Columbia, accounting for more than 6,800 recorded visits to BC Emergency Departments in 2014/15. The actual number of concussion injuries is estimated to be much higher.

Diabetes Care in School Settings

ChildHealth BC provides information on diabetes care in school settings. , including evidence-informed key components, care elements, and competencies.

Newborn Eye Health

Perinatal Services BC (PSBC) provides information on the prevention and management of Ophthalmia Neonatrum caused by Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae.

  • Please refer to the Perinatal Services BC Guideline here.
  • Highlights of the Guidelines are available here.

Pediatric Early Warning System (PEWS)

Pediatric Early Warning Systems (PEWS) are used internationally to promote early identification and mitigation of deterioration in hospitalized pediatric patients. BC health authority leaders and clinicians have identified the implementation of PEWS as a high priority in hospitals that care for children.

Trans-Inclusive Clinic

Tips for Creating a Trans-Inclusive Clinic, compiled by the Abbotsford Division of Family Practice.

Youth Transitions to Adult Services

The BC Pediatric Society has a set of resources and tools for pediatricians on this page.

In addition, the CHBC site includes further information including the OnTrac documents, CME modules, etc.