This web page outlines the common environmental pollutants that can contribute to pulmonary diseases in both developed and developing countries. This resources offers a 'consumer version', with information in plain language, and a 'professional version' wtih more information and resources for individuals who have a more advanced level of medical literacy.

Dr. David Barber, Physician of Queen's University's Department of Family Medicine, gave an overview of Pneumonia in LTC:  Diagnosing and treating bacterial pneumonia in an online presentation to health care professionals in South East Ontario via the Ontario Telemedicine Network on February 10, 2015. A copy of the PDF flyer is available.

Dr. David Barber, Physician of Queen's University's Department of Family Medicine, gave an overview of the Approach to Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention of Bacterial Pneumonia in the Elderly in an online presentation to health care professionals in South East Ontario via the Ontario Telemedicine Network on January 7, 2014.

Primary Care Clinical Resource Toolkits were designed as part of the Geriatrics, Interprofessional, Interorganizational Collaboration (GiiC) project. Its purpose was to support family health teams and community health centers in the delivery of care for frail seniors.

The resources offer a systematic and inter-professional approach to common care issues through the "identify, prepare, evaluate, action" framework. This basic clinical approach can be used for the evaluation and management of any chronic condition.