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IM Injection- Landmarking Deltoid
IM Injection- Full Process
IM Injection- Landmarking Vastus Lateralis
SUBQ Injection- Landmarking Outer Triceps
Withdrawal from Vial
Child Hold Demonstration
In Saskatchewan, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacist students and interns have been given approval (until March 31,2022) to administer the publicly funded COVID-19 and influenza vaccines once they have attained the appropriate training. This infographic outlines the steps that must be completed for the administration of the COVID-19 and/or influenza vaccine in the community pharmacy setting, as well as who can perform each of these steps.
Updated 16 Nov 2021
- Video: Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) Reporting Procedures for Publicly Funded Influenza Immunization in SK. Presented by Loretta van Haarlem, RN, MPH, Immunization Consultant, Ministry of Health
- SK Immunization Manual, Chapter 11: Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) - Reporting guidelines
- National AEFI reporting form
- Transporting Vaccines
- Saskatchewan Immunization Manual Chapter 9: Insulated Containers/Ice Packs/Gel Packs/Insulating Materials (Page 7)
- Packing a cooler
- Vaccine Storage Information