Collaboration in Primary Care: A Professional Development Multi-Media Toolkit

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Who is This?
Who is This? is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting…
Should I Refer?
Should I Refer? is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting…
No Referral Yet
No Referral Yet is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting…
Can I Help?
Can I Help? is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting…
Missed Opportunity
Missed Opportunity is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting to…
Here's My Pager
Here's My Pager is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting…
One Less Thing
One Less Thing is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting…
Counselling
Counselling is part of a series of films from Centre for Interprofessional Education. These videos present video clip examples that can be used within the Primary Care Setting to assist…

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