Friday, July 30, 2021

Information Bulletins

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Update for Chiefs July 21, 2021
Update for Chiefs July 7, 2021
Update for Chiefs June 23, 2021
Update for Chiefs June 16, 2021
Update for Chiefs June 9, 2021
Update for Chiefs June 2, 2021
Update for Chiefs May 26, 2021
Update for Chiefs May 19, 2021
Update for Chiefs May 12, 2021
Update for Chiefs May 5, 2021
Update for Chiefs April 28, 2021
Update for Chiefs April 21, 2021
Update for Chiefs April 14, 2021
Update for Chiefs April 8, 2021
Update for Chiefs March 31, 2021
Update for Chiefs March 24, 2021
Update for Chiefs March 17, 2021
Update for Chiefs March 10, 2021
Update for Chiefs March 3, 2021
Update for Chiefs February 24, 2021
Update for Chiefs February 17, 2021
Update for Chiefs February 10, 2021
Update for Chiefs February 3, 2021
Update for Chiefs January 27, 2021
Update for Chiefs January 20, 2021
Update to Chiefs January 13, 2021
Update to Chiefs January 6, 2021
Update to Chiefs December 23, 2020
Update to Chiefs December 16, 2020
Update to Chiefs December 9, 2020
Update to Chiefs December 2, 2020
Update to Chiefs November 25, 2020 
Update to Chiefs November 18, 2020
Update to Chiefs November 12, 2020 
Update to Chiefs November 4, 2020
Update to Chiefs October 28,2020 
Update to Chiefs October 21, 2020
Update to Chiefs October 14, 2020
Update to Chiefs October 7, 2020
Update to Chiefs September 30, 2020
Update to Chiefs September 23, 2020
Update to Chiefs September 16, 2020
Update to Chiefs September 9, 2020
Update to Chiefs September 2, 2020
Update to Chiefs August 26, 2020
Update to Chiefs August 19, 2020
Update to Chiefs August 12, 2020
Update to Chiefs July 29, 2020
Update to Chiefs July 22, 2020
Update to Chiefs July 15, 2020

Community Member Awareness

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Avoid touching your face, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
Wash your hands often and well.​
Practice Physical Distancing
Clean and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched.

​Wear a non-medical mask in public when it’s difficult to maintain physical distancing of 2 metres.
Stay home if you are feeling ill and get tested.

**Contact your primary health provider or call Health Link (811) if you have questions or concerns about your health. 

Communicable Disease Emergency Planning

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COVID-19 Vaccine

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Health Centre Resources

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ISC - Coronavirus Pandemic Response Nursing Care Resource Manual 
ISC - COVID-19 Screening and Testing Form 
ISC - Pre-Travel Assessment Tool  (Updated May 26, 2021) 
ISC - Directive HCP with COVID-19 Symptoms
ISC - MOH Memo COVID-19 Continuous Masking and Eye Protection
ISC - Healthcare Professional Self Screening for COVID-19 Directive  
FNIHB-NIHB - Medical Transportation and Hygiene During COVID-19 Pandemic  
ISC - COVID-19: Notification and Follow-Up Process for a Confirmed Case  
ISC - Letter to Community Health Nurses Regarding Certifications/Trainings 
ISC - ​COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control PPE for Health Care Workers (PowerPoint) - This powerpoint can be used to review COVID-19, Infection Prevention and Control, and Personal Protection Equipment with health care workers. It can be changed to suit community needs.
ISC - Infection Control Guidelines: Community Health
ISC - COVID-19 Specimen Collection Guideline
ISC - Specimen Collection for COVID-19 (slides)
APL - Acceptable Swab Types for COVID Testing

Alberta public health disease management guidelines: Coronavirus-COVID-19
AHS - COVID-19 Return to Work Guide for Health Care Workers
AHS - Information for AHS Staff & Health Professionals Includes novel coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs for AHS Staff

PHAC - Contact Tracing Courses
To access these courses please click on Health Emergency Management. The courses provide a general overview of contact tracing and case interviewing for people who may or may not have a background in public health. They are intended to supplement FNIHB -AB region’s contact tracing and case management training. If you have any further questions related to these topics, please contact the Regional CDC Team.

 


Environmental Services Training Guide - This computer-based training tool is for managers or supervisors of Environmental Services to use as a resource when training their staff on cleaning healthcare facilities. In the context of First Nations communities, healthcare facilities include health centers, health clinics, hospitals, nursing stations and treatment centers.
Janitorial Module - This link is the complete manual with all the modules included. You can print the modules individually as you go through the course. 
Cleaning and Disinfection for Community Facilities Presentation
ISC-Recommended Disinfectant Use in Public Facilities During the Pandemic
FNIHB-AB Laundering Guidelines
FNIHB AB Cleaning and disinfection guide for health care facilities (March 2020)

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