We encourage front line health professionals in Ontario to use the following resources to train staff involved with distributing infant stool colour cards (ISCCs) and educating families about biliary atresia screening.
|Biliary Atresia Screening: Information for Frontline Health Professionals||
This presentation discusses biliary atresia (BA), screening for BA in Ontario, your role as a frontline health professional and how you can help families screen, and supportive resources that NSO will make available to you.
|Frontline Education Script||A script intended to help clinical staff educate parents and deliver key biliary atresia screening messages. This also contains information for newborns admitted to hospital.|
|Frontline Training Tool||A tool to enhance familiarity with screening and key messages. Answers are in the Frontline Education Script. (colour printing recommended)|
|BA Screening Protocol||An overall screening protocol.|
|BA Screening Protocol Admitted Newborns||A specific guideline for screening admitted infants.|
|Admitted Infant Tip Sheet||Additonal information for the admitted infant.|
Information Session for Front Line Health Professionals
We encourage you to watch the following presentation about biliary atresia screening in Ontario. This presentation discusses:
- Biliary atresia (BA)
- Screening for BA in Ontario
- Your role as a front line health professional and how you can help families screen
- Supportive resources that NSO will make available to you
You can view the presentation below. Alternatively, you can use this link to view the presentation on our YouTube channel. A PDF copy of the presentation is linked above with answers to questions that were asked during the live session.