eForms for download
This document contains the instructions for importing eForms that are Zipped, into OSCAR. Zip files contain html, png, and js files, that are required to enable full functionality of the eForm. Using the import function allows easy installation as all necessary files are placed in their appropriate libraries (eForm library, image library), and are properly named. This is vital, as the latest eForms are linked to other eForms and naming conventions allow this linkage to work. Thanks to Pauline Dan, PITO, for creating the screenshots that demonstrate this process. The following is adapted from the instructions for installing the “Mental Health Toolkit Lite” into OSCAR.
Province specific eForms for use in Prince Edward Island
All calculator e-Forms goes here
Referrals, sick notes, general letters, patient summaries, and more
All e-Forms related to history taking goes here
All imaging related eForms goes here
A collection of lab req eForms
Letters used to administer a PAP recall system.
Updated October 2015 - Update: From David Price - Improved aesthetics, you can now tab down columns, rather than across. Code added to "pull" measurements from the OSCAR database. You can also convert weight and height from imperial to metric if you enter data into the form directly, but the "pulled" measurements must be in metric. The eForms will calculate BMI and BMI percentage (using code adapted from a webpage on Medscape). The eForms will also "push" weight, height, BMI and BMI percentage back to the database (but you need to create a new Measurement Type 'BMIP'). The eForm will only "pull" data that has the same date as the date at the top of the relevant column, and it will not "push" data back to the database if a corresponding measurement with the same date is already there. Let me know if you have any trouble with the eForms, and if you find any "bugs". ---- Original introduction ---- A guide for preventative health care visits for children and adolescents. Disclaimer: Given the evolving nature of evidence and changing recommendations, the Greig Health Record is meant to be used as a guide only. Dr. Greig has released them to the public domain. They are available from the CCFP and CPS.ca
May 5th 2012 presentation
Created by Steven O'Neil
Link to various Eforms presented at the OSCAR Users Conference in Vancouver May 3rd and 4th 2013
Forms for use in teaching medical students and residents
Referral eform for Cannabinoid Medical clinic, Created by Peter HC