First Nations and Inuit Health

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FNIHB Communicable Disease Cluster Evaluation

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
DATE: 2010-01-25

Health Canada Approves Pandemic H1N1 Flu Vaccine - Province Will Provide Vaccine to All Ontarians

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

Communities Communique: Ontario's Flu Vaccine Strategy

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

DATE
: SEPTEMBER 25, 2009

H1N1 and Ontario First Nations Communities Presentation

The attached document was used in a joint presentation by Dr. Arlene King and Dr. Valerie Gideon at the Ontario Chief's Assembly on July 9, 2009.

Dr. Arlene King

Chief Medical Officer of Health
Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care
Province of Ontario

Dr. Valerie Gideon

Regional Director - Ontario
First Nations & Inuit Health
Health Canada

H1N1 Flu Virus Preparations and Response in Ontario Region (Presentation)

The attached presentation was used at the AIAI Elders Gathering in Batchewana First Nation on August 5, 2009.

FNIH Ontario Region Contact List

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

Toll-Free Information Line for H1N1

TO: ONTARIO FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITES
FROM: HEALTH CANADA, FIRST NATIONS AND INUIT HEALTH
SUBJECT: H1N1 FLU INFORMATION PHONE LINE
DATE: JUNE 17, 2009

First Nations and Inuit Health - Ontario Region has established a toll-free line that will address general enquiries about H1N1 from community members. The phone number will be answered from 9am to 6pm EST seven days a week. The number is:

First Nations H1N1 Flu Cases + FAQs

TO: ONTARIO FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES
FROM: HEALTH CANADA, FIRST NATIONS INUIT HEALTH, ONTARIO REGION
SUBJECT: FIRST NATIONS H1N1 FLU CASES
DATE: JUNE 16, 2009

The H1N1 flu virus is widespread in Ontario and cases have now been reported on reserve. There is a concerted effort with the Public Health Agency of Canada, First Nation partners and the province to ensure a comprehensive and coordinated response to these cases.