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Our websites use a distributed authoring model, meaning staff edit their own pages.

Get help with your pages

We’ve tried to capture all the editing resources you’ll need to successfully manage your webpages. Please check the How-Tos section to find a solution before throwing in the towel and contacting us. 

Help when something seems broken

  • Email (IMITS Web Solutions team), if something appears to be broken or not functioning


Move a page, change page name (in url and navigation)

  • Email (communications officers and specialists, web strategy, Communications department)

Content & layout questions, best-practice questions

  • Email (communications officers and specialists, web strategy, Communications department)

Requesting new channels & large-scale moves of channels

  • Discuss any large scale reorganizing or addition of new sections with your communications representative before making any changes on your website. (Link goes to POD; requires network login.)

Find the editor of a page

If you would like to add something to a website or think something is incorrect, please get in touch with the manager, content owner or editor for the website and discuss it with them.

BC Cancer

BC Centre for Disease Control

BC Children's Hospital

BC Emergency Health Services

  • Ruth Hartnup, online communications specialist

BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services

BC Mobile Medical Unit 

  • Deanna Woo, project coordinator

BC Renal

  • Sidonie Buicliu, administrative assistant

BC Transplant

  • Tina Robinson, manager, communications and community relations 

BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre

Cardiac Services BC

  • Nicholas Schnee

LeadershipLINX Help

LearningHub Help

LM Labs
  • Georgia Neindorf
  • Ashley Masterson

Perinatal Services BC

  • Shauna Mcnutt


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