LTC Suspected UTI Guideline (2019)
Disclaimer: Up-to-date as of June 2021. Refer to Island Health Intranet for most current information.
B.C. Provincial Academic Detailing Service:
UTIs in Primary Care and Long-term Care
Understanding Asymptomatic Bacteriuria
Choosing Wisely Canada:
Antibiotics for UTIs in Older People: When you need them, and when you don't
UTI Practice Recommendations
Urinary Tract Infections and Asymptomatic Bacteriuria
The Provincial Academic Detailing (PAD) service is a form of continuing medical education in which a health professional, usually a pharmacist, meets with physicians one-on-one to discuss selected drug therapy topics.
- Delivers evidence-informed drug therapy information to health care professionals
- NOT available for CME credit
- Available for all Private NFP, Private AF, and IH Owned and Operated LTC homes
Contact Jennifer Carefoot (BScPharm, RPh), PAD (South Island), to arrange a virtual session on UTIs in LTC.