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The Communicable Disease Control manual includes guidelines on recommended practices for the follow-up of selected communicable diseases, and is intended for use by public health professionals in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Immunization Manual provides evidence-based and standardized immunization-related information. The manual helps ensure that Saskatchewan residents continue to receive publicly funded immunization services for the purpose of preventing the spread of vaccine-preventable diseases.
The HIV Guidelines Manual is a resource for health care providers who are managing an individual who has experienced an exposure to blood or body fluids. The guidelines include a number of tools to help assess and respond to exposures in a standardized way to facilitate support continuity of care for the patient among a health care team.
Information resource for health care providers related to patient medication for HIV PostExposure Prophylaxis (HIV PEP).
Provides population-based statements and is a nutrition assessment resource that supports Child Health Clinic Guidelines and protocols.
Guidelines developed to help support families in the growth, and development of their children and to prevent communicable disease.
This policy provides direction to health care providers (public health staff, physicians, nurse practitioners and pharmacists) on publicly funded influenza immunizations.
The TB Prevention and Control Saskatchewan program is for all residents of
Saskatchewan with suspected or diagnosed tuberculosis infection or disease.