This issue features articles on the Cowichan Health & Care Plan, a new Island Health program that helps caregivers navigate their journey, a new transportation service in the North Island, conversations on climate change and more.
This issue features articles on ways we are improving care in north Vancouver Island, the integration of Brave sensors that prevent toxic drug deaths in high-risk bathrooms, an update on the Cowichan District Hospital Replacement project, a summary of our Code Hack 2023 event and more.
This issue features articles on the positive partnerships being formed with foundations, how to get involved with health research, and a focus on the Indigenous Patient Navigator. Also learn about the importance of immunization as it relates to healthy kids.
This issue features articles on the impacts of climate change on our health and well-being, service expansions in virtual care, new long-COVID care services, the use of stigma-free images and much more. As well, we included our ever popular recipe section, with simple and fresh summer meals to enjoy.
Read our tribute to retiring health hero, Dr. Richard Stanwick. Also featuring articles on weather emergencies, self-managing chronic conditions, creating change in your life and the health benefits of yoga.
The summer issue of Island Health magazine includes information on the COVID vaccine; a feature on planning ahead for retirement; Primary Care Networks explained and an in-depth look at the drug-poisoning crisis and some of the projects taking place as part of Island Health’s response.
Island Health magazine spring 2021 features articles on COVID-19 including a look back at the past year. Also included are articles on the health benefits of spending time in nature, memory loss and aging, and a moving article about one family’s journey with hospice care.
This issue offers COVID-19 safety tips, an article about prescribed opioid use, an introduction to Dawn Thomas, our new VP for Indigenous Health & Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the first in our series from Public Health on Climate Change and much more.