Influenza Immunization Awareness Campaign 2014-2015
Local, regional, provincial, territorial and national activities remind Canadians that immunization is the longest-lasting and most effective way to prevent influenza.
Statements of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization – Public Health Agency of Canada:
- Statement on Seasonal Influenza Vaccine for 2014-2015 (external link)
- Literature Review on Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccines (external link)
- Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness, Immunogenicity, and Safety in Healthy Adults 19 - 64 Years Old (external link)
Links to information in your community
2014-2015 Campaign Resources
Resources have been developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada and made available for order by Immunize Canada.
Is it a Cold or the Flu?
English (PDF: 673k)
French (PDF: 670k)
English (PDF: 795k)
French (PDF: 796k)
General poster (11x17):
Get the flu vaccine.
Protect yourself and those around you.
English (PDF: 801k)
French (PDF: 800k)
Tear pad: Children 5 and Under
English (PDF: 651k)
French (PDF: 654k)
English (PDF: 973k)
French (PDF: 1m)
Influenza pocket guide for immunizers
English (PDF: 132k)
French (PDF: 138k)
First Nations and Inuit Flu Guides (Health Canada: First Nations & Inuit Health)
Get the facts – not the flu! (First Nations: English) (external link)
Get the facts – not the flu! (Inuit: English) (external link)
Ayez l'info, pas la grippe! (First Nations: French) (external link)
Ayez l'info, pas la grippe! (Inuit: French) (external link)