The City of Toronto is starting construction on Ossington Avenue on March 27 until the end of May 2023. During the duration of construction, Ossington Avenue from Argyle Street to Queen Street will be reduced to south bound only for vehicles.
ECHO Ontario Coping with COVID at CAMH presents recordings of didactic lectures from weekly virtual sessions that focus on promoting resilience, providing skills and resources, and supporting overall mental well-being amongst healthcare providers and residents currently supporting the COVID pandemic.
Emerging managment approaches for Long Covid February 2023 Dr Javed Alloo, Megha Vatsya and Dr Jennifer Hulme explore how common Long Covid is among adults and children in Canada and Ontario, and focus on diagnosis and multidisciplinary approaches to management of the condition to support better function and quality of life for a growing number of people living with the condition.
This talk builds on the previous session from June of 2022.
Understanding and managing the mental and physical effects of long Covid June 2022 Dr Javed Alloo reviews the detailed research and evidence of changes seen after both mild and severe COVID on our endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, immune and neurologic systems, including cognitive and psychiatric effects.
Hoping and coping; Strengthening resilience in health care workers during the war in Ukraine crisis May 2022 Dr Yuliya Knyahnytska discusses the challenges facing Ukrainians displaced by the war, and how this global crisis is affecting healthcare providers and their patients.
Caring about long Covid: health workers and patients April 2022 Dr Javed Alloo discusses distinguishing between the acute and the chronic symptoms of COVID-19 and some preliminary treatment strategies for long-COVID.
Surf's up: Navigating the 6th wave April 2022 Dr Mark Bonta talks about the variants of the 6th wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, how to minimize transmission, and describes strategies to keep yourself and those around you safe.
For earlier videos please visit the ECHO playlist on the CAMH YouTube channel.