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PEI Influenza Summary 2014-2015 Season
PEI Influenza Summary for the 2016-2017 Season
Why do adults need immunization?, Adults may need immunizations for a number of reasons including: to provide a booster against waning immunity, e.g. tetanus; to protect against diseases more common in adults, e.g. herpes zoster; to protect those who may be too young or too vulnerable to be...
The purpose of this action plan is to prevent and mitigate unintentional opioid overdoses and deaths among youth and adults in Prince Edward Island in PEI. The scope of the action plan includes the following areas of focus: Surveillance of opioid overdoses and deaths, Rapid response protocol to...
The information in this report informs a Public Health approach to Cannabis Legalization and Regulation in PEI.
The Chief Public Health Office (CPHO) is a division within the government of Prince Edward Island’s Department of Health and Wellness. The CPHO’s strategic plan for 2016-2018 highlights the division’s public health priorities over the next two years as they contribute towards achieving our common...
This document presents the 2016 summary results of the Provincial Infection Prevention and Control Program's Surveillance Data.
This report describes PEI’s Childhood Immunization Program (children under 18 years of age) and presents children’s immunization rates at three critical points in time: by two years; prior to Grade 1 entry; and school-based immunization.
Referral Form for Adult Immunization
Update on Zika Virus from the Chief Public Health Office