Virtual care resources
Virtual Care Decision Framework has been developed to provide structure and guidance to health professionals and system leaders across disciplines and the continuum of healthcare as they plan, develop and implement sustainable and scalable systems and processes that fully integrate virtual modalities into care delivery. It incorporates five elements of virtual care.
A virtual care decision pathway has been created within the framework for practical implementation of virtual care. This pathway encompasses several layers to consider in the decision-making process. View the Virtual Care Decision Framework Infographic
The Virtual Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation toolkit was developed in collaboration with The Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (CACPR). This toolkit aims to support the delivery of cardiovascular rehabilitation and secondary prevention via virtual modalities by providing guidance and practical tips as health professionals integrate teleconferencing, videoconferencing, secure messaging, or audio digital tools into their practice. View the Virtual Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation
This infographic provides helpful tips and strategies for anyone engaged in a virtual care visit with a healthcare provider. This includes for management of stroke, heart conditions in a community setting.
See new updated secondary prevention of stroke recommendations, including information for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant.Latest news
Hear directly from experts on what’s new in the recommendations, along with other hot topics in stroke care through our webinars.See all webinars
What role do fats play in a healthy diet? See the latest research and learn how what’s needed to help Canadians eat healthier to reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke.Get the statement (PDF)
Canadians consume too much added sugar and it’s harming our health. See Heart & Stroke recommendations for limiting sugar and how we can work together to make it happen.Get the statement (PDF)
Emerging evidence indicates e-cigarettes are a gateway to tobacco, cannabis and nicotine addiction. See Heart & Stroke recommendations on how to curb the escalating youth vaping crisis.Get the statement (PDF)
Heart & Stroke recommendations on attaining universal access to necessary prescription medications in Canada.Get the statement (PDF)