Scientific Advisory Committee

Program Chairs

Dr. Karl Weiss
Université de Montréal
Montréal, Québec

Dr. Alan Kaplan
University of Toronto
Richmond Hill, Ontario


Family Physicians

Dr. John T. Axler
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

Dr. Ken Bayly
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Dr. Jean Desaulniers
Trois Rivières, Quebec

Dr. Elliot Mintz
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia

Dr. Ken Stakiw
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Dr. Robert Woodland
St. John's, Newfoundland


Specialists

Dr. Marc Afilalo
McGill University
Montreal, Quebec

Dr. Chris Bauch
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario

Dr. Ross Davidson
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Dr. Gerald A. Evans
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario

Dr. Eleanor N. Fish
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

Dr. Allison McGeer
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

Dr. Brian Schwartz
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario


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Using the Canadian Flu Guide Educational Program

The Canadian Flu Guide Educational Program has been developed for family physicians and primary healthcare providers. This program provides accredited continuing education activities which will increase the healthcare provider’s understanding and knowledge of the pathophysiology and diagnosis of influenza; including the evolution of the virus, adoption of infection control measures, the role of antiviral agents and the importance of seasonal flu planning.

Family physicians and primary healthcare providers are required to complete a brief, free registration in order to gain access to educational content of this Web site.

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A Message from the Program Chairs, Canadian Flu Guide
Dr. Karl Weiss, Dr. Alan Kaplan
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A Message from the President of AMMI Canada
Dr. Gerald Evans
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A Message from the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
Dr. David Butler-Jones
As healthcare providers, you are on the frontline in the battle against seasonal influenza. It is therefore essential that you stay abreast of the latest information about the H1N1 virus and measures to manage the outbreak…

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