This webinar will examine how mathematical models have improved our understanding of disease persistence in populations and explore how models of endemicity may be applied to evolving COVID-19.
The webinar is the second in a series that examines corrections as a public health setting for sexually transmitted and blood-borne infection (STBBI) testing and care. The webinar will explore evidence for STBBI care in correctional settings, and examine the development, implementation, and results of an opt-out testing program in Alberta provincial corrections.
NCCID’s Susie Taylor speaks with Dr. Lloyd Douglas, a Sioux Lookout First Nation Health Authority physician. Dr. Douglas discusses the recent outbreaks of blastomycosis in Northwest Ontario and outlines how health practitioners and the general public can respond.
This webinar presents findings from the 2021 Canadian Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance System (CARSS) Report, released April 25, 2022.
This webinar explores evidence for STBBI interventions in corrections, and describes the results of the You Matter Project, in which people who are incarcerated, corrections officers, health care providers, researchers, and representatives from community organizations co-created policies and guidelines for STBBI care in BC Provincial Correctional Centres.
This webinar overviews the impact of evacuations on First Nations communities through two case studies: the Ashcroft Indian Band following the Elephant Hill Wildfire in 2016, and the Siksika Nations following the Bow River flood in 2013.
This webinar informs health care providers on COVID-19 in children and authorized COVID-19 vaccine for pediatric use in Canada.
In this webinar, Dr. Simon Otto (University of Alberta) and Margaret Haworth-Brockman (NCCID) present the results of the evaluation of integrated One Health AMR surveillance in Canada and describe the novel assessment tool.
This moderated webinar discusses the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommendations on seasonal influenza vaccine use for the 2021-2022 season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar addresses a range of approaches primary care physicians can take in conversations with patients to reduce vaccine hesitancy and improve uptake.
This webinar will inform health care providers on national surveillance measures and effects of vaccines on variants internationally and in Canada.
A Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) COVID-19 Vaccines Webinar for Health Care Providers (HCP’s) to support HCPs’ and vaccine providers’ understanding of and ability to address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in their practice.