Ressources relatives à la Covid-19

Sondage rapide pancanadien sur la COVID-19 en soins primaires

En avril 2020 le Réseau ISSPLI de la SRAP, en partenariat avec le Larry A. Green Center, a inauguré le Sondage rapide hebdomadaire pancanadien sur la COVID-19 en soins primaires.

  • Les résultats du quatrième cycle du sondage, qui a eu lieu du 15 au 22 mai, sont disponibles en anglais.
  • Les résultats du troisième cycle du sondage, qui a eu lieu du 24 au 27 avril, sont disponibles en français et en anglais.
  • Les résultats du deuxième cycle du sondage, qui a eu lieu du 17 au 20 avril, sont disponibles en français et en anglais.
  • Les résultats du premier cycle du sondage, qui a eu lieu du 10 au 13 avril, sont disponibles en français et en anglais.
  • L’invitation adressée aux cliniciens en soins primaires de partout au pays à participer au cinquième cycle du sondage est valide jusqu’au 26 mai. Vous pouvez participer en français ou en anglais.

Programme d’exercices à domicile d’un partenaire patient

Disponible en anglais seulement

Feuillets informatifs sur la COVID-19 à l’intention des communautés autochtones

‘Safe on The Land’: Hotıì ts’eeda and FOXY promote on-the-land social distancing

Disponible en anglais seulement

As part of its social distancing campaign called Our Home is Our Camp (#homeiscamp), Hotıì ts’eeda (Northwest Territories SPOR SUPPORT Unit) and FOXY (Fostering Open eXpression among Youth) are continuing to promote social distancing that is both culturally relevant and safe in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Going out on the land is a good way to practice social distancing if you can,” said Hotıì ts’eeda Chairperson John B. Zoe. “We want to remind everyone of what our Elders and Knowledge Holders have always taught us: plan well, stay safe and ask for guidance if you need it.”

Everyone needs to practice social distancing right now. It is the most important thing we can all do to limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect our families and communities,” said Executive Director Candice Lys. “We care about each other’s safety and we want everyone who goes out on the land to do it safely.”

The two organizations are expanding their campaign in coordination with Government of the Northwest Territories, Department of Health and Social Services. They are releasing a new poster by Dene artist Melaw Nakehk’o of Yellowknife, that provides reminders about how to be ‘Safe On The Land’. 

Please note, going out on the land is for social distancing only. It is not a way to self-isolate. Anyone required to self-isolate must do this at home. Also, it is recommended that anyone feeling sick should stay at home. Continue to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 while on the land and consider heading back to town if someone develops symptoms. Because not everyone can or should go out on the land at this time, Hotıì ts’eeda and FOXY note that it is important to make sure there is a plan and support for those who stay behind.

The two organizations also recommend that everyone stay informed on the latest COVID-19 information and recommendations by checking: or

You can follow the Our Home is Our Camp campaign on the Hotıì ts’eeda Facebook page or following the hashtag #homeiscamp. Resources are being developed in all NWT official languages and can be accessed via and through social media.