Mr. Surendra Handa is a dedicated family man, a retired business owner, an active leader in the Surrey community, and an advocate for South Asian seniors and newcomers. Mr. Handa actively participated in iCON’s Train the Trainer program, teaching our digital health curriculum in his community.
Mr. Handa says “It has given me the ability to seek, find, understand and identify the quality of health information, to check the credibility and content of health information from digital technology and share the knowledge gained through the training through Train the Trainer Program of iCON UBC.”
Digital Health Curriculum
Here you will discover self-guided digital health literacy resources. This digital tool will help you connect with family, friends, or even a medical provider.Explore Here
Digital Health Tips and Tools
Tips on choosing digital apps that can improve health through improving fitness, meditation, deep breathing, tracking calories, etc. In English; pdf infographicDownload document
What is eHealth?View link
HealthLink BC – 811
Free-of-charge provincial health information and advice phone lineView link
Is not being sick the same as being healthy? Registered nurse Barbara Ho explains the definition of wellness and the ten criteria used to measure health. Part of the “Healthy and Happy Living at Home” 2016 Chinese Forum. In English; video (5:16m)Watch video
Canada’s Food GuideDownload document
Healthy Apps for You!View link
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Why should I consider using virtual care? What can be done using virtual care vs. an in-person appointment?
What are our participants and trainers saying about our Digital Health resources and tools?