BC Guidelines


 

BC Guidelines are clinical practice guidelines and protocols that provide recommendations to B.C. practitioners on delivering high quality, appropriate care to patients with specific clinical conditions or diseases. These “Made in BC” clinical practice guideline are developed by the Guidelines and Protocol Advisory Committee (GPAC), an advisory committee to the Medical Services Commission. The primary audience for BC Guidelines are BC physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical students. Though other audiences such as health educators, health authorities, allied health organizations, pharmacists, and nurses may find them resourceful.

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What's New

Recently Published BC Guidelines

Updates to BC Guidelines - As of August 2016

Notice of Correction

In the previous 2015 version of the guideline: Warfarin Therapy – Management During Invasive Procedures and Surgery; Table 2. Pre-existing conditions associated with higher and lower risk of thrombosis, the conditions for higher and lower risk of thrombosis were reversed. This has since been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions (page 3).

Other Important News

Earn Continuing Medical Education Credits with BC Guidelines

Update on Mainpro+® Credits for Family Physicians ‚Äč

With the launch of the College of Family Physicians of Canada's new Mainpro+ system, there are now more opportunities to earn credit for continuing medical education / continuing professional development through using and participating in the development of BC Guidelines. For more details, see Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credits.

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