Health Information for Individuals and Communities

TO: HEALTH DIRECTORS, COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSES AND COMMUNITY HEALTH REPRESENTATIVES IN ONTARIO FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES
FROM: FIRST NATIONS INUIT HEALTH - ONTARIO REGION
SUBJECT: FNIHB COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CLUSTER EVALUATION
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The Assembly of First Nations issues regular updates on the National Chief's activities and work underway at the national office. More information can be found on the AFN's website at www.afn.ca.


The Assembly of First Nations is...

Highlights

This document aims to provide guidance to First Nations communities on public health measures that can be used to control the spread of the H1N1 flu. It provides:

  • Steps that can be taken to stop the spread of flu within households and the community
  • ...

To: Ontario First Nations Communities
From: First Nations Inuit Health - Ontario Region
Subject: Health Canada Approves Pandemic H1N1 Flu Vaccine - Province Will Provide Vaccine to All Ontarians
Date: 22/10/2009...

TO: ONTARIO FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES
FROM
: FIRST NATIONS INUIT HEALTH, ONTARIO REGION
SUBJECT: ONTARIO'S FLU VACCINE STRATEGY

DATE
: SEPTEMBER 25, 2009

The H1N1 flu virus has rapidly spread across the...

Ontario will immunize people 65 years of age and older and residents of long-term care homes, with seasonal flu vaccine first. Ontario will offer the rest of the province's population the H1N1 vaccine beginning in November followed by a universal influenza immunization program with the seasonal...

These guidelines have been developed based on the best evidence available. As more information becomes available, these guidelines will be updated.

Issued August 28, 2009

1. Introduction

The pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza virus (pH1N1) has rapidly spread across...

Attached is the FNIH Ontario Region contact list.  These contacts will also be added to the contact area of this website.

TO: ONTARIO FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITES
FROM: HEALTH CANADA, FIRST NATIONS AND INUIT HEALTH
SUBJECT:H1N1 FLU AND LARGE GATHERINGS
DATE: JUNE 24th, 2009

The H1N1 flu virus is widespread across Ontario....