influenza resources

H1N1 Flu vaccine: Dosing Recommendations

H1N1 flu virus frequently asked questions

Canadian Planning Recommendations for the Use of Anti-Influenza (Antiviral) Drugs (pdf)

Interim Guidance from PHAC for emergency use of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) in children under one year of age

Interim Guidance from PHAC for Ambulatory Care of Influenza-like illness

Interim Clinical Guidance from PHAC for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women with Influenza-like Illness

Public Health Agency of Canada

FightFLU.ca provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada

Health Canada

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety - Pandemic Planning

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care - Ontario

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care - Ontario (scroll down to "influenza" for the resource list)

The Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion

BC Centre for Disease Control

Government of Canada Pandemic Preparedness - SafeCanada.ca

UK Pandemic Plan (pdf)

US Health and Human Services Pandemic Guidelines (pdf)

Centers for Disease Control

World Health Organization

World Health Organization - H1N1

UK Department of Health

UK Department of Health - specific resources for health care and social services including editable posters

UK Health Protection Agency

Pan American Health Organization

Facemasks and Respirators in an Influenza Pandemic (pdf)

Pandemic Planning Toolkit - provided through Roche Pharmaceuticals

Please note that the Pandemic Planning Toolkit is a commercial site and it is included because of its information on the antiviral oseltamivir (Tamiflu). This medication is manufactured by Roche who also control content on the webpage. The inclusion of this site on this list is not an endorsement of one pharmaceutical company over another, nor does it endorse the use of oseltamivir in an H1N1 outbreak.

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