This moderated, live webinar will discuss the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommendations on seasonal influenza vaccine use for the 2022-2023 season. The webinar will address the role of health care providers in vaccine uptake and will include an overview of antiviral treatment of influenza. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions.
This webinar will cover the approaches to infection prevention and control of monkeypox as well as the clinical evaluation and management of monkeypox infections in the United States.
The webinar is the third 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 a point of care tests for syphilis and HIV study in Alberta provincial corrections.
This webinar will cover the clinical diagnosis, sampling, and lab testing of monkeypox for frontline healthcare workers.
This webinar is for clinicians and public health experts, with the goal of improving knowledge about the evolving monkeypox situation. This webinar is about infection prevention and control measures.
The Public Health Agency of Canada funded public opinion research to assess the Canadian public’s knowledge, attitudes and behaviours related to antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic use. This presentation examines these research findings and raises considerations for AMR awareness campaigns and stewardship work.
This webinar examines the constructive discussions and effective conversations with families and caregivers of children on vaccines. The health care providers need clear and up-to-date information on vaccine hesitancy, and strategies they can confidently implement in their practice to improve vaccine uptake.
This webinar is for clinicians and public health experts, with the goal of improving awareness of the evolving monkeypox situation. Experts provide epidemiological and clinical context for the observed monkeypox infections in Canada.
This webinar examines how mathematical models have improved our understanding of disease persistence in populations and explores 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.