Resources

These documents and links can be used to better understand anaphylaxis and help keep people at risk safe.
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Includes important information about the individual at risk of anaphylaxis. Download includes EpiPen® instructions.
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New edition includes key recommendations, based on the latest research, for the management and treatment of anaphylaxis in the community.
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Flyer to promote the anaphylaxis course for the community.
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Flyer to promote the anaphylaxis course to child care professionals.
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Flyer to promote the anaphylaxis course to educators.
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An overview of this life-saving medication for treating anaphylaxis.
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An overview of the basics of food labelling in Canada.
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Sample plan describes how the school community deals with anaphylaxis.
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Describes the symptoms of anaphylaxis and the emergency response.
These links provide additional information about life-threatening allergies.
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Food Allergy Canada's one-stop resource for families.
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Food Allergy Canada's collection of new and past webinars covering anaphylaxis-related topics.
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Food Allergy Canada's website for Canadian youth at risk of anaphylaxis.

Policies of Supporting Provinces and Territories

More policy information can be found in Appendix J of Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings, 3rd Edition Revised.

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*Source: Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings, 3rd Edition Revised. © 2005–2016 Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.