CANVax is dedicated to increasing access to evidence based information and resources to support immunization program planning and promotional activities to improve vaccine acceptance and uptake. Content and resources made available on CANVax are curated from publically available sources including public health organization websites, both Canadian and international, and from grey literature searches. Curated content are reviewed based on the credibility of the original source and against an inclusion and exclusion criteria by staff from the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA).
Content created for CANVax:
CANVax publishes resources and products such as rapid reviews, evidence summaries and aid memoires to provide short, concise and evidence based summaries on select topics in immunization. These resources are developed by partners of CANvax and reviewed by CPHA staff and by experts in immunization which include researchers and public health professions with extensive knowledge on a range of immunization topics.
CANVax in Brief
CANvax in Brief are short evidence based articles that bring attention to current and emerging issues in immunization as well as various initiatives and activities from across Canada that aim to improve vaccine acceptance and uptake. Contributions to CANVax in Brief are by invite only and are reviewed by CPHA staff and occasionally by invited topic experts prior to publication.
The articles published in CANVax in Brief are for information purposes only and do not necessarily represent the views and/or opinions of CPHA or its partners.
CANVax content and resources are regularly reviewed and updated to ensure the site continues to meet the needs and expectations of its users.
The CANVax website is managed by the Canadian Public Health Association and the development of the site has been made possible through funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the view of the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Links from this website to other resources does not necessarily imply endorsement; they are for information only.