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CIC Course Slides - Infectious Disease Control Training Feb 2008

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This CIC training initiative was provided in response to a need identified by staff and volunteers involved in the Resettlement Assistance Program and the
Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program.

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CIC Course Slides - Infectious Disease Control Training Feb 2008

  1. 1. Infectious Disease Control A Training Initiative for Resettlement Staff/Volunteers Funded by Citizenship Immigration Canada Facilitated by Kappel Ramji Consulting Group March – April 2008
  2. 2. Overall Purpose of Training Increase the health and well being of refugees with infectious diseases Demystify privacy confidentiality issues Ensure the safety of refugees, staff community from infectious diseases Training for Resettlement 2 Workers/Volunteers - A CIC Funded Initiative

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