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COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of our health care system in various ways. Check out resources we created to lead and support the delivery of high-quality care during the pandemic.

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COVID-19 Through a Quality Lens

COVID-19 Through a Quality Lens was a series of distinct webinars, each one highlighting important learning that emerged from a quality perspective during the health care response to the pandemic. As the province prepared for a second wave of COVID-19, the series aimed to mobilize critical knowledge and enhanced the understanding of the new normal moving forward.

Medical Imaging During COVID-19

The medical imaging system is playing a key role in British Columbia’s response to COVID-19. Currently, chest CTs and X-rays are only necessary to evaluate patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 and show signs of complications.1

Medical Imaging During Covid-19

Medical Imaging During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Did you know that chest CTs and X-rays do not help to diagnose COVID-19 for patients with a recent onset of symptoms? Download and print this poster so that patients and physicians can help our health care system respond to COVID-19 by ensuring chest CTs and X-rays are available when needed most.

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Ensuring Patient Safety in the Medical Imaging Department

Use this poster to help patients plan ahead and feel safe as they return to the hospital for radiology appointments. These steps offer safety tips for before, during and after an appointment.

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  1. Canadian Association of Radiologists. Canadian Society of Thoracic Radiology and Canadian Association of Radiologists’ statement on COVID-19 [Internet public statement]. Ottawa Canada; March 16, 2020. Available from: