by Health Canada, Centre for Infectious Disease Prevention & Control, Immunization & Respiratory Infections Division in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English
|Contributions||Centre for Infectious Disease Prevention and Control (Canada). Immunization and Respiratory Infections Division.|
|LC Classifications||RA644.I6 C263|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||609|
Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan for the Health Sector Pandemic Influenza Psychosocial Annex Date of Latest Version: March Summary of significant changes: This is a new Annex. The Annex outlines a suggested planning framework for addressing the psychosocial implications of a pandemic influenza or any large-scale public health emergency. Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan – Feb • National framework focused on the health sector • Nationally agreed upon goal • Preparedness, response and recovery sections and key components • New edition in – New WHO pandemic phases – Emergency management and coordination – Update guidelines, including Public Health Measures. Federal, provincial and territorial governments have worked together to develop the Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan for the Health Sector. More than experts helped prepare the plan, which was first published in and is updated regularly. It serves as a guide for health-care professionals, who must plan for and respond to influenza. Get this from a library! Highlights from the Canadian pandemic influenza plan for the health sector: preparing for an influenza pandemic, the Canadian health .
The swine flu pandemic in Canada was part of an epidemic in of a new strain of influenza A virus subtype H1N1 causing what has been commonly called swine Canada, roughly 10% of the populace (or million) has been infected with the virus, with confirmed deaths (as of 20 February ); non-fatal individual cases are for the most part no longer being recorded. pandemic. It is closely aligned with the Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan for the Health Sector which has provided important guidance throughout the planning process. The PEI Health Pandemic Influenza Committee has the overall responsibility to ensure that each division of the health system has in place an operational plan that will result in anFile Size: 1MB. About the Ontario Health Plan for an Influenza Pandemic This is the fourth edition of the Ontario Health Plan for an Influenza Pandemic (OHPIP), which is designed to guide planning at both the provincial and local levels across Ontario. It describes how Ontario’s health care system will respond to an influenza pandemic. OHPIP sets outFile Size: 4MB. An influenza pandemic is an epidemic of an influenza virus that spreads on a worldwide scale and infects a large proportion of the world contrast to the regular seasonal epidemics of influenza, these pandemics occur irregularly – there have been five influenza pandemics during the last years. Pandemics can cause high levels of mortality, with the Spanish flu pandemic.
Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan. At the federal level, the Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan for the Health Sector delineates recommended pandemic control strategies and procedures, and serves as a guide for planning at the federal, provincial, territorial, municipal and organizational levels (PHAC b: 1–2).Plans devoted to communications surrounding a pandemic are detailed in CPIP's Annex : Laena Maunula. In and , the White House Homeland Security Council outlined the National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza Cdc-pdf [ KB, 17 pages] and National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza Implementation Plan Cdc-pdf [ MB, pages] to guide the United States’ preparedness and response activities in an influenza pandemic. These plans aimed to stop, slow or otherwise limit . duced a Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan for the Health Sector in , and a revised version was published in , although new and revised annexes have been included up until the present time. 3. It was noted that government officials have a responsibility to secure the necessary funding and human resources to implement ACS if healthcare facilities are overwhelmed during a disease outbreak, as recommended by the Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan for the Health Sector.