Divisions Technology Resources
The Divisions of Family Practice provincial office provides a number of centralized technology solutions for the Divisions. Individual members looking to access the following resources should contact their local Division.
To set up any of the following tools or training, local Division administrators should contact the Divisions provincial office
. Click on the heading below for more information about the available tools:
Campaign Monitor is an email marketing and automation software that allows you to create and send great emails. Campaign Monitor is available to all divisions, funded by the provincial office.
To set up a Campaign Monitor account for your division, or to discuss moving an existing Campaign Monitor account over, please contact the provincial divisions office
. The provincial office can also provide a Campaign Monitor newsletter template modified from the Divisions Dispatch
For support, explore the Campaign Monitor resource hub or connect with the provincial office.
Checkbox Surveys™ is a survey and data collection tool which all divisions can access. In addition to full-length surveys, the tool can be helpful for smaller polls including date polling for meetings. The data collected is hosted by the Divisions provincial office on servers located in Canada. To have an account set up please send an email to the Divisions provincial office
COMET (Collaborative Online Measurement and Engagement Toolset)
COMET is a Customer Relationship Management tool, or a CRM, which is built in Microsoft Dynamics and provides a place for divisions to track member information.
For COMET support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Divisions provincial office provides email addresses for the local Divisions as needed. The emails follow the pattern: NAME@divisionsbc.ca or DIVISIONPROJECT@divisionsbc.ca. The emails are hosted with Robson Communications™
, a leading Canadian provider of IT and cloud computing solutions. Robson provides stable servers in Vancouver and comprehensive support to users.
For all all set-up and support requests:
Software and hardware issues should be referred to a local tech support provider.
Google Analytics is a service which tracks visitors to a website. This provides useful statistics on who is visiting the site, where they’re from, how they’re finding the site and what they’re looking at. The service has been set up on DivIT by the provincial office.
Division administrators can request user access to the statistics for their site by contacting the divisions provincial office
and providing a Google-enabled email address. A Google-enabled email is an email that has been set up to connect to Google products. Any email may be Google-enabled using the form found here.
Google provides extensive learning tools which can be accessed from their Google Analytics Support Centre
is an online tool which allows users to:
- connect face-to-face via videoconference or teleconference
- share a presenter's computer screen
- record a meeting
GoToMeeting provides support through live chat, email or phone. Explore the resource in their support centre
GoToMeeting is limited to 25 users on a single meeting. If you are organizing a local Division event which involves a larger number of attendees, please contact the divisions provincial office
to discuss the use of GoToWebinar
OpenVoice is a reservation-less audio conferencing service. Accounts are managed by the Divisions of Family Practice provincial office. Email email@example.com
to request an account. OpenVoice resources:
The catalogue pulls together resources created by and/or for divisions, or related to divisions work, in one easy-to-search location. The Resource Catalogue FAQ
answers some of the most common questions you may have.
Anyone can view can search the public records on the Resource Catalogue right away. Divisions leadership and staff can sign up for a login to access password protected documents and records.
If you have any resources you would like to share with other divisions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SharePoint is a software platform that allows you to create team sites where you can share content and files securely. You can set up sub-sites for different projects and control who has access. SharePoint also has team calendars and the ability to create lists of records (useful for everything from a team contact list to tracking project tasks) among other apps.
Contact Robson Communications
to set up a site for the division and add an administrator.
The knowledge system software, UpToDate™
, is available, free of charge, for members of local divisions who are included in the calculation for infrastructure funding. UpToDate™ is also offering free, personalized training for interested local division groups who have members currently registered for UpToDate™.
For more information on UpToDate™ and training opportunities please refer to the UpToDate resource section here.
The provincial divisions office has a YouTube channel
that all divisions are welcome to use. You can upload videos, then embed them in your web pages. If you would like to use the divisions YouTube channel, please contact the Divisions provincial office