RTVS pathways: use case with ROSe and RUDi

Reprinted with permission from BC Emergency Medicine Network

Facing a critical head trauma in an isolated BC community, Dr. Caroline Walker relied on both the ROSe and RUDi Real-Time Virtual Support pathways to help her patient. She shares how both services worked in concert to provide critical, just-in-time support.

ROSe provider, Dr. MJ Slabbert, and RUDi provider, Dr. Brydon Blacklaws, explain key differences between the two services and what they share in common.

To learn more about the full range of culturally safe, compassionate supports available for BC’s rural healthcare providers, visit the Real-Time Virtual support pathways web pages now.