Saturday, July 02, 2022

VACCINES

This sections includes information and resources related to approved COVID-19 vaccines, as well as vaccines for illnesses that you can have at the same time as COVID-19 (e.g. influenza);  vaccine eligibility; vaccine series; as well as technical information about the vaccines.

You can also visit the latest version of ISC’s COVID-19 resources here (also available in French), which includes up-to-date resources and general information.

COVID-19 VACCINES: COMMUNICATION RESOURCES

These resources are provided by the Government of Canada (GC), the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Indigenous Services Canada (ISC), the Province of Ontario (Ontario), and the Ministry of Health (MOH). They are also sourced from partnered organizations like the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA), Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA), Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN), and the Independent First Nations Alliance (Independent First Nations Alliance), which offer many great resources including posters, graphics, and videos.

  • ISC: Get vaccinated - Pow wow trail to-do list - English
  • ISC: Get vaccinated - See you under the arbour - English
  • ISC: Get vaccinated - Strong community - English
  • ISC: Get vaccinated - Taco in a bag - English
  • ISC: Bring home memories, not COVID - English
  • ISC: COVID safety at summer gatherings - English
  • ISC: Important Dental Services Update, May 31, 2022 - English
  • ISC: Summer 2022 Vaccine Promotion Package (Word) - English
  • ISC: Ontario Vaccine Intervals – English
  • NAN: Vaccine Q&A – English
  • NAN: How does the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine work? – English
  • NAN: All COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective – English
  • NAN: Every vaccine helps us get back to activities we love – English
  • NAN: It takes 2 weeks after the last dose to have optimal immunity – English    
  • GC: Vaccine development & approval in Canada – English / French
  • GC: We’re in this fight together/Let’s stop COVID-19 – English / Eastern Ojibway / Inuktitut / Michif / Mohawk / Ojicree / Swampy Cree / Western Ojibway
  • GC: The facts about COVID-19 vaccines – English / French / Cree / Eastern Ojibwe / Inuktitut (North Baffin)
  • PHAC: Vaccines Work – English / French 
  • SLFNHA: What is in the Moderna vaccine? – English
  • SLFNHA: Be like Amik: follow to local guidance after vaccination – English
  • SLFNHA: Pregnant people with COVID-19 are at higher risk – English
  • SLFNHA: You can get the vaccine if you are breastfeeding – English 1, 2
  • SLFNHA: The vaccine can keep you safe during pregnancy – English
  • SLFNHA: How the vaccine works – English 12, 3, 4
  • SLFNHA: When you get the vaccine, you aren’t given a microchip – English
  • SLFNHA: mRNA vaccines are like two brands of the same thing – English
  • Maad’ookiing Mshkiki – Sharing Medicine: Your rights and COVID-19 vaccinations – English 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  • Maad’ookiing Mshkiki – Sharing Medicine: Pregnancy, COVID-19, and vaccines – English 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  • KIM Minoayawin : Hope is Stronger than Fear (animated) – English
  • Assembly of Seven Generations: Debunking Vaccine Myths – English
  • GC: Vaccine safety in Canada – English / French
  • GC: Vaccine safety monitoring – English / French
  • GC: We can all help by getting vaccinated – English / French
    Use the drop-down menu on the right side of page to the video in other languages, including Plains Cree, Inuktitut, and Eastern Ojibwe.
  • GC: Ask experts COVID-19 vaccine questions (series) – English / French
  • Mohawk Council of Akwesane: Why are health recommendations always changing? – English
  • ISC: Respecting personal choice – English
  • ISC: Booster poster for nurses – English
  • ISC: Booster posters, general use – English

 

Resources About COVID-19 Boosters

COVID-19 VACCINES: INFORMATION SOURCES

The following includes links to online content that may be helpful in developing communication products and/or community supports.

COVID-19 Vaccination Planning Survey

Please select one appropriate person (pandemic lead/nursing in charge/health director) from the community to complete.

  • MOH: COVID-19 vaccine screening and consent (2021) – English
  • Ontario Info Sheet: Vaccines (age 12+) – English
  • SLFNHA Info Sheet: Immune response to vaccines (2021) – English
  • Wabano Centre: COVID-19 vaccine facts - English

 

ROUTINE IMMUNIZATIONS: COMMUNICATION RESOURCES

  • PHAC: Plan to Get Your Flu Shot – English / French
  • PHAC: Stop the Spread of the Flu – English / French
  • PHAC: Some Risks are Worth It. The Flu is Not. – English / French
  • ISC: The Flu Shot: Protect yourself, protect your community – English / French
  • ISC: Share Traditions, Not the Flu (families) – English / French
  • ISC: Share Traditions, Not the Flu (seniors) – English / French
  • ISC: Vax Facts - Routine child immunizations - English

 

ROUTINE IMMUNIZATIONS: INFORMATION SOURCES

The following includes links to online content that may be helpful in developing communication products and/or community supports.

  • PHAC: NACI Associated administration of COVID-19 vaccines with other vaccines – English / French
  • PHAC: NACI Guidance on the use of influenza vaccine in the presence of COVID-19 – English / French
  • ISC: Seasonal flu and the flu shot – English / French
  • PHAC: 2021 to 2022 seasonal influenza vaccine: Mobile guide for health professionals – English / French
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