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Nominate a Hero

Over the coming weeks of this pandemic, we are asking that you nominate the heroes on your teams who deserve to be called out for their amazing efforts. We know that they are many, and we know that you are working above and beyond with these incredible people. Honour and support your team members for making a huge difference.

Nominees will be named as Honorary Society Members.

Cut and paste the template below and email us your nominees to: societies@lunghealth.ca

MY NAME IS:
I AM NOMINATING:
THEIR EMAIL ADDRESS IS:
THEIR OCCUPATION IS:
THEIR TEAM IS AT:
I AM NOMINATING THEM BECAUSE (PLEASE INCLUDE A BRIEF RECAP OF THEIR HEROISM):

Sincerely,
Lung Health Foundation
Ontario Respiratory Care Society and the Ontario Thoracic Society.

Please Join Our “Call In” Lung Health Support Group For Covid-19

April 8th, 11am – noon. This is an opportunity for your patients to ask any questions you may have related to the pandemic and your lung health.

Support group meetings will include:

  • An opportunity to share your experiences
  • An opportunity to ask questions of others living with a chronic lung condition and of Lung Health Foundation staff
  • Information on diagnosis, disease management and resources

For more information or to add your name to the group distribution list, please contact:

Jody Hamilton (jhamilton@lunghealth.ca) (416-864-9911, ext. 290) or Diane Feldman (dfeldman@lunghealth.ca) (416-864-9911, ext. 274)

We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Community Heroes

Heartwarming Stories of Health Care Professionals and Teams helping the community and working for the greater good in fighting the Pandemic

News & Resources

Ontario Thoracic Society Member Samir Gupta on COVID-19

Session: Supporting People who Smoke or Vape During the COVID-19 Pandemic 
Date: Monday, April 6, 2020 
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET  

#HowsMyFlattening

A centralized data analytics and visualization hub monitoring Ontario’s response to COVID-19

Ventilator Simulator
The ventilator simulator is an immersive online mechanical ventilation training tool. This release incorporates the most recent evidence-based guidelines in pediatric and adult ventilation, as well as COVID-19 information and COVID-19 patient case.

Wellness Resources

Aids to help you or someone you know cope during the pandemic.
 

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