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Learn to set your child up for success!

Learn to set your child up for success! – Cantonese language event Vancouver Technical Secondary School (2600 East Broadway, Vancouver) February 2, 2017 (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.) Are you a parent or a caregiver of a child in grade 7-10? Join us for our Cantonese language event on February 2nd to learn how to set […]
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Free Chinese Health Forum – Save the Date

Join our health experts to learn about diet and exercise, fall prevention, medication management, community resources and more! Presented in Cantonese with Mandarin and English interpretation. Register Now! Questions? Email us at icon.support@ubc.ca.
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Vancouver Sun – Growing eHealth in BC

In the August 6 Vancouver Sun news article by Erin Ellis titled “The doctor is online, anytime — it’s the freewheeling world of eHealth“, Dr. Kendall Ho comments on the ever-growing eHealth options available in British Columbia. Digital Emergency Medicine led by Dr. Ho is embarking on a multi-year eHealth project called TEC4Home that will […]
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Canada Shifts to Community Based Care Models Using Telemedicine

Dr. Kendall Ho recently participated in a webinar about how technology and data can accentuate what has previously been done in the hospital and support the market transition towards community-based care models. Throughout this webinar, they explored: •What is driving community based care models •Distributed care and the new ‘medical home’ •The positive impact of […]
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An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

On Thursday October 13th, 2016, join Dr. Kendall Ho for a free informative presentation on how to achieve better health and wellness in partnership with eHealth tools and health professionals. An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away will be held from: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Maple Ridge Seniors Activity Center, 12150 224th st., […]
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A Chinese-English Phrasebook for English-Speaking Medical Students

UBC students Meiying Zhuang and Wynn Tran, supervised by Digital Emergency Medicine under the Doctors, Patients and Society (DPAS) course at UBC Faculty of Medicine, have created a new phrasebook to support clinicians for medical encounters between English speaking medical students and Mandarin speaking patients. The phrasebook contains Mandarin Pronunciation and Simplified Chinese. You can view and download […]
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