Resources

These documents and links can be used to better understand anaphylaxis and help keep people at risk safe.
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This flyer provides an overview of the online anaphylaxis courses for the community, schools and child care settings. You can use this flyer to post on your walls, social media, or to hand out to people who would benefit from the courses.
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Includes important information about the individual at risk of anaphylaxis. Download includes EpiPen®, ALLERJECT®, and EmeradeTM instructions.

(Accessible version/AODA Compliant)
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This edition includes key recommendations, based on the latest research, for the management and treatment of anaphylaxis in the community.

(Accessible version/AODA Compliant)
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An overview of this life-saving medication for treating anaphylaxis.

(Accessible version/AODA Compliant)
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An overview of the basics of food labelling in Canada.

(Accessible version/AODA Compliant)
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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.

(Accessible version/AODA Compliant)
These links provide additional information about life-threatening allergies.
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Get information, support, and resources to confidently manage daily living with food allergy.
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Get information and resources on managing food allergy for ages 13-25.
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Leading allergists and experts present on various food allergy and anaphylaxis-related topics.

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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*The current version of the Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan is dated October 2020. It is an updated version of the August 2016 plan included in Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings, 3rd Edition Revised.