e-Learning | Pause Before You Post
Social Media Awareness for Regulated Healthcare Professionals
This learning module was produced in collaboration with six other health regulatory Colleges in Ontario. Numerous examples and case-based scenarios are included to illustrate social media use in health care and to help you reflect on your own use of social media in Respiratory Therapy practice.
The module does not replace your professional obligation to read relevant standards and legislation; rather it reviews the professional standards of practice, the legislation and the principles you need to know to establish risk management strategies to help maintain a professional reputation and appropriate professional relationships in your practice. It also answers everyday practice questions and offers best practice suggestions for using social media.
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e-Learning | PORTfolio
The College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario (CRTO) presents, an overview of the Portfolio Online for Respiratory Therapists (PORTfolio OM).
The CRTO has developed a user-friendly, online PORTfolio, designed to help you keep an active record of your ongoing professional development. . The PORTfolio is a convenient place to capture your all your professional education in one secure location from any computer. This learning module shows you how to use your PORTfolio, and answers some frequently asked questions. You may view this e-learning module in its entirety, or skip ahead to the section(s) that most interest you.
Technical specifications: Your device must have Adobe Flash Player software in order for you to access this learning module. If you do not have this software on your computer, you may download it for free at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/. For Macintosh users, please view the modules through Safari or Netscape.