Immunization is the best way to protect our community from vaccine preventable diseases.
Here is the routine immunizaton manual for health professionals.
|i||Amendments and additions list||October 2020|
|2||Informed consent||March 2011|
|3||Immunization schedule||January 2021|
|4||Contraindications and routine precautions||March 2011|
|5||Immunization of special populations||January 2021|
|6||Administration of biological products||April 2020|
|7||Storage and handling of immunization agents||January 2021|
|8||Biological products||January 2021|
|9||Documentation guidelines||August 2016|
|10||Planning, evaluation and off-site clinics||March 2011|
|11||Immunization work plans (contact your manager for this section)||February 2012|
|13||Adverse events following immunization
|14||Principles of immunology||March 2011|
|16||Blood and body fluid exposure management||July 2018|
If you have questions, contact the Yukon immunization program.
Phone 867-456-5561, toll free 1-800-661-0408 extension 5561.
Government of Yukon
Health & Social Services, Government of Yukon
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6