I am Not Planning a Clinic Now

If you are NOT yet planning to run a COVID-19 Immunization Clinic in your office, there are resources here to help you support your patients.


NEWS and UPDATES:

The Vaccine Hesitancy Guide is now available to support primary care providers with clinical conversations about vaccines. The guide was developed with clinicians across Canada. It includes advice, scripts, and resources to help navigate conversations about COVID-19 vaccines with hesitant patients.
In this podcast we look at the changes in primary care in British Columbia during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about ways primary care clinics can and are adapting in this crisis. Each episode tackles a different topic from how to stay connected as a team to how to approach advanced care planning with patients.
The Innovation Support Unit (ISU) has developed COVID-19 Immunization Primary and Community Care Mapping (immPACC) to help communities work together to reduce structural barriers to COVID-19 immunization and increase vaccine confidence.

CURRENT IMMUNIZATION STATUS IN CANADA:

Distributed Vaccines: 72285330
Administered Vaccines: 61944982

This toolkit is here to help primary care offices in Canada plan as they support the COVID-19 immunization effort.

This toolkit can help primary and community care clinics set up their offices for COVID-19 immunization clinics. The toolkit has been developed through a pan-Canadian collaboration and aligns with PHAC guidelines.

For your convenience, COVIDToolkit.ca customizes content based on your specific provincial location, showing you additional information depending on which province you are accessing the site from. We would like to thank all of our provincial contributors.

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DISCLAIMER:

THIS COVID IMMUNIZATION TOOLKIT FOR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDES MATERIALS FOR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS AND TEAMS. THEY ARE NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR CLINICAL JUDGEMENT AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, SPEAK WITH YOUR PUBLIC HEALTH REPRESENTATIVES IN YOUR AREA OR REVIEW PHAC GUIDELINES.

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