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Vaccine Safety Communication eLibrary

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  1. Questions and answers on immunization and vaccine safety
  2. Promotional resources for GP practices, nursery settings, primary and secondary schools. Posters: These posters are aimed at parents and carers to remind them to check that their child is up to date with their vaccinations. It features the MMR vaccine and the pre-school booster. They are suitable for all GP practices, schools and nursery settings and are available to order: Primary school poster - order code: STARTPR1, Secondary school poster - order code: STARTSE1, Nursery poster - order code: STARTNU2 Postcards: The postcards are suitable for all GP, school and nursery staff to send out to parents and carers of children as a reminder to prompt them to check that their child is up to date. They are available to order: Primary school postcard - order code: STARTPR2, Secondary school postcard - order code: STARTSE2, Nursery postcard - order code: STARTNU1
  3. THIS RESOURCE COVERS: - What you may hear from parents about their vaccine safety questions and how to effectively address them - Proven communication strategies and tips for having a successful vaccine conversation with parents
  4. Whether you’re a primary care physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other health care professional (HCP), you play a significant role in helping protect your patients against influenza. The best available protection is annual influenza vaccination for all patients ages 6 months and older. Your strong influenza vaccine recommendation is one of the most important factors in patients accepting the vaccine. This page provides tools to prepare your practice to fight flu. The materials will: Equip you to make strong influenza vaccine recommendations Facilitate productive conversations with your patients Improve your influenza vaccination rates
  5. A page in the CDC - USA website providing resources for health care professional to learn more about having effective vaccine conversations with parents and includes a series of resources on measles to be shared with the parents, as well as posters to display in offices.
  6. HPV Frequently Asked Questions Version 16.0 (August 2019)
  7. Dear Dr Daramola, thank you for your comment. To access to the course please visit the above-mentioned page http://vaccine-safety-training.org/investigation/. With best regards, Admin
  8. IIP is firmly dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of health workers throughout the world who are responsible for protecting countless numbers of children from vaccine preventable diseases. Module 1 provides information on vaccines and vaccine safety, as well as vaccine preventable diseases Modules 2, 3 and 4 are information for health care workers (in the field) Modules 5, 6 and 7 are targeting health care workers as well as health promotion officers and communications officers
  9. Questions answered about the HPV, Td/IPV and MenACWY vaccinations given between school years 7 to 13
  10. A guide to immunisations updated on March 2019 for toddlers up to one year of age
  11. A guide to vaccinations from two years old until starting primary school. This leaflet includes: the MMR booster the diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio booster the annual childhood nasal flu programme revised routine immunisation schedule and selective immunisation schedule from Autumn 2018
  12. Graphic regarding the protection vaccines confer
  13. This fact sheet provides information for immunisation providers on measles disease and measles vaccination in Australia.
  14. In the process of learning more about vaccines, parents — and some healthcare providers — are sometimes surprised to find out that fetal cells are used during the manufacturing process for a few vaccines. This piece provides answers to several questions.
  15. The Guide presents recommendations for vaccine safety communication with a specific focus on regulatory bodies.
  16. This is a compliation of field guides developed to support communication planners and programme implementers in their communications around human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination introduction, planning, roll out, and monitoring. They are the result of a collaboration between the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), GAVI, the World Health Organization (WHO), PATH, Girl Effect, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), Jhpiego, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, American Cancer Society, and PCI Media. Field Guide - HPV Message Framework Field Guide - Interpersonal Communication for HPV Field Guide - HPV Vaccination Branding Field Guide - Digital Dialogue for HPV Vaccination Field Guide - HPV Risk and Crisis Management and more. Global HPV Communication Website for HPV Vaccination Promotion
  17. Laura Brennan was diagnosed with terminal cervical cancer in 2016. Following her diagnosis, she worked tirelessly to help others avoid this devastating disease by telling her story and spreading the facts about HPV and the vaccine that can prevent it. Laura passed away in March 2019 at age 26, but her message lives on.
  18. Promote the importance of immunizations with this communications toolkit This toolkit was created to promote the importance of immunizations during National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), which occurs every August. We encourage you to use the valuable resources in this toolkit throughout the year. The 2018 edition of the toolkit contains key messages, vaccine information, sample news releases and articles, sample social media messages, links to web resources from CDC and other organizations, and logos, web banners, posters and graphics to use with social media. It also includes a media outreach toolkit and a place for you to share your NIAM activities and view what other are doing for NIAM. (#NIAM18) Use the toolkit to design your own promotions. Mix and match, copy or adapt the contents to fit the particular news and issues of your own organization or community - and share your NIAM activities to inspire others. For more information, please contact Tom Schafer at tschafer@nphic.org The National Public Health Information Coalition is the premier network of public health communicators in the United States and U.S. territories. They are committed to "making public health public" by sharing our knowledge, expertise and resources to effectively communicate about the important health issues of the day.
  19. World Hepatitis Day (WHD) takes places every year on 28 July bringing the world together under a single theme to raise awareness of the global burden of viral hepatitis and to influence real change. This site is a WHD website, with shareble information and resources.
  20. La campaña de vacunación antigripal se pone en marcha, cada año, en el mes de octubre. Esto ocurre así en todos los países del hemisferio norte. Y también, como cada año, las autoridades sanitarias y profesionales expresan su preocupación por las coberturas insuficientes que se alcanzan, que quedan lejos de los objetivos que establece la OMS.
  21. A home for the WHO Europe's 'European Immunization Week' campaign. In addition to the upcoming EIW, the page contains info and links to previous years' campaigns and materials.
  22. WHO's page on World Immunization Week with archives to past campaigns and materials
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