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PUBLISHED: 2018 CATEGORY: Les fournisseurs de soins, Parents, Adultes, Aînés TYPE: PDFLire. Apprendre. Comprendre. Les fausses allégations au sujet des nosodes homéopathiques

Lire. Apprendre. Comprendre. Les fausses allégations au sujet des nosodes homéopathiques

Corporate Authors: Immunisation Canada
Publisher: Immunisation Canada

PUBLISHED: 2018 CATEGORY: Health care providers, Parents, Adults, Seniors TYPE: PDFRead. Learn. Understand. False claims about homeopathic nosodes

Read. Learn. Understand. False claims about homeopathic nosodes

Corporate Authors: Immunize Canada
Publisher: Immunize Canada

PUBLISHED: 2018 CATEGORY: Health care providers TYPE: PDFRecommended Vaccines for Healthy Preteens, Adolescents and Young Adults (aged 9 to 25)

Recommended Vaccines for Healthy Preteens, Adolescents and Young Adults (aged 9 to 25)

This resource summarizes recommended immunizations for healthy preteens, adolescents and young adults between the ages of 9 and 25 who have completed recommended childhood vaccinations, and provides counseling points for health care providers.

Corporate Authors: Immunize Canada
Publisher: Immunize Canada

PUBLISHED: 2018 CATEGORY: Les fournisseurs de soins TYPE: PDFVaccins recommandés aux préadolescents, adolescents et jeunes adultes (9 à 25 ans) en bonne santé

Vaccins recommandés aux préadolescents, adolescents et jeunes adultes (9 à 25 ans) en bonne santé

La présente ressource offre une synthèse des vaccins recommandés aux préadolescents, adolescents et jeunes adultes en bonne santé, âgés de 9 à 25 ans, ayant reçu tous les vaccins recommandés durant l’enfance; on y trouve aussi des conseils à l’intention du personnel soignant.

Corporate Authors: Immunisation Canada
Publisher: Immunisation Canada

PUBLISHED: 2017 CATEGORY: Health care providers, Parents TYPE: External Link Canada's Provincial and Territorial Routine (and Catch-up) Vaccination Programs for Infants and Children

Canada's Provincial and Territorial Routine (and Catch-up) Vaccination Programs for Infants and Children

This table summarizes the current routine vaccination schedule for infants and children in all provinces and territories across Canada. Provincial and territorial schedules change regularly. This schedule is updated four times per year in collaboration with the CNCI and the CIC.

Corporate Authors: National Advisory Committee on Immunization
Publisher: Public Health Agency of Canada

PUBLISHED: 2017 CATEGORY: Health care providers TYPE: External Link Caring for Kids New to Canada - Immunizations: Bringing Newcomer Children Up to Date

Caring for Kids New to Canada - Immunizations: Bringing Newcomer Children Up to Date

Ensuring that a child new to Canada is ‘up to date with all immunizations poses unique challenges. Confirming or updating childhood immunizations is not a part of the immigration medical examination, and it cannot be assumed that newly arrived children are completely immunized.

Corporate Authors: Canadian Paediatric Society
Publisher: Canadian Paediatric Society

PUBLISHED: 2017 CATEGORY: Health care providers TYPE: External Link Health Promotion Capacity Building Services

Health Promotion Capacity Building Services

The Health Promotion Capacity Building team is part of the Health Promotion, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention department at Public Health Ontario. The team has many years of experience building capacity in core competencies of public health including the areas of program planning and evaluation, healthy public policies and by-laws including alcohol policy, health communication and social marketing, community and stakeholder engagement, and other health promotion topics.

Authors: Public Health Ontario
Corporate Authors: Public Health Ontario, Health Promotion Capacity Building Services
Publisher: Public Health Ontario

PUBLISHED: 2017 CATEGORY: Parents, Adults, Pregnant women, Seniors TYPE: External Link Healthy First Nations and Inuit (Facebook page)

Healthy First Nations and Inuit (Facebook page)

This Healthy First Nations and Inuit page is a Government of Canada initiative aimed at keeping First Nations and Inuit informed about health related campaigns, and fostering dialogue on various health topics.

Publisher: Health Canada - First Nations & Inuit Health

PUBLISHED: 2017 CATEGORY: Health care providers TYPE: External Link Immunization for meningococcal serogroup B: What does the practitioner need to know?

Immunization for meningococcal serogroup B: What does the practitioner need to know?

Most invasive meningococcal disease in Canada is now caused by serogroup B organisms. A vaccine directed against this serogroup (4CMenB) is newly licensed in Canada. It is hoped that this document will be useful to clinicians when faced with questions from parents.

Authors: Robinson J
Corporate Authors: Canadian Paediatric Society - Infectious Diseases and Immunization Committee
Publisher: Canadian Paediatric Society

PUBLISHED: 2017 CATEGORY: Health care providers, Parents, Adults, New Canadians, Pregnant women, Seniors TYPE: PDFImmunization information on the internet : can you trust what you read?

Immunization information on the internet : can you trust what you read?

This fact sheet can help you decide if vaccine information you find on the Internet is accurate.

Corporate Authors: Immunize Canada
Publisher: Immunize Canada