CPHA Canvax

"The guide and calendar explain what vaccines are and how they safely offer good protection against many contagious diseases across the lifespan. They explain why immunizations are still needed today to maintain good health of communities, including babies, children, youth, adults, and the elderly. Practical information on where and when to receive immunizations is provided, along with what to expect when receiving a vaccine. How to prepare children, youth, and adults to have a more comfortable experience when being immunized and how to address any possible side effects from vaccines is also explained. Additional information includes a recommended schedule of immunizations as well as a list of trusted resources on vaccines and immunizations." - Don’t Wait, Vaccinate - A Guide to Immunization for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples and Communities

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Program Planning and Delivery,Program Delivery and Evaluation,Guides,Promotion and Communication,Communication,Specific Populations,Adults,Indigenous Populations Program Planning and Delivery
Program Delivery and Evaluation
Promotion and Communication
Specific Populations
Indigenous Populations


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