2018-2019 Influenza Immunization Program
Wed, Oct 10, 2018
All documents below (and more) can also be found on the PAS website in the "Influenza Immunization Program (and other injectables)" area under the "Funded Services" tab:
PAS IT On Influenza Immunization Program 2018-19 (Oct 5, 2018). This document is an interpretation of all information about the 2018-2019 Saskatchewan Influenza Immunization Program (larger Saskatchewan program for health care providers), the Influenza Immunization Program (billing policy), Bylaws, Guidelines and other information specific to providing public and private the influenza injections.
FAQs Influenza Immunization Program 2018-19 (Oct 5, 2018). This new document is a support document created by PAS about frequently asked questions and limitations of the program.
Off-Site Influenza Clinic Preparation (Oct 4, 2018). This new document is a support document created by PAS to help pharmacists prepare for off-site administration of influenza immunization injections.
Influenza Immunization Reporting Summary (Oct 4, 2018). This updated support document created by PAS provides a chart and direct links to all of the mandatory reporting forms, with a short description of their purpose and deadlines to report.
If you have questions about the 2018-2019 Saskatchewan Influenza Immunization Program, please contact Kristjana.Gudmundson@skpharmacists.ca
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