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Vaccine Safety Communication eLibrary

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  1. Poster in Irish regarding HPV vaccine
  2. There is evidence that the recommendation of a known health professional leads to increased vaccine uptake. Please help to inform parents about the safety and effectiveness of HPV vaccine.
  3. Fact sheet regarding Humman Papillomavirus vaccine
  4. These information materials are available for parents of girls in 1st year of all second level schools and age equivalent in special schools or home schooled.
  5. Le guide a été élaboré pour faciliter la formation des prestataires. Il s’articule autour de l’épidémiologie des infections à virus du papillome humain (VPH) et du cancer du col de l’utérus, de l’importance de la vaccination contre le VPH, des caractéristiques et de l’administration du vaccin, de la gestion des données et des déchets, de la surveillance des MAPI et de la communication.
  6. Fiche technique pour les enseignants sur le vaccin contre le cancer du col de l'utérus
  7. To support national introduction of HPV vaccine, the immunization partners have developed a toolbox to serve as a reference for all aspects of HPV vaccine introduction (decision-making, Gavi applications, planning, communication, implementation and monitoring, etc.) This toolbox contains practical tools often developed by EPI programmes and partners and complements the global guidance and tools in the HPV Vaccine Introduction Clearing House. •Evidence for decision-making - Selected articles with (early) impact studies on HPV vaccine effectiveness from open sources •Planning and preparation - Selected tools and resources for planning HPV vaccine introduction •Communication and social mobilization - Selected tools and resources for developing communication plans for HPV vaccine introduction and sample materials •Training - Selected tools and resources for training on HPV vaccine introduction •Implementation - Selected tools and resources for implementation of HPV vaccine introduction •Monitoring and evaluation - Selected tools and resources for monitoring HPV vaccination
  8. Le guide a été élaboré pour faciliter l’orientation des enseignants. Il s’articule autour de l’épidémiologie des infections à virus du papillome humain (VPH) et du cancer du col de l’utérus, de l’importance de la vaccination contre le VPH, du mode d’administration du vaccin, de la gestion des données, de la surveillance des Manifestations Post Vaccinale Indésirables (MAPI) et de la communication.
  9. Louise’s life completely changed when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of 26. In this video she shares her experiences and thoughts on the consequences of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and importance of getting vaccinated.
  10. This video uses infographics to show how the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) may progress to cervical cancer, how the HPV vaccine works, and how it was tested for safety and efficacy before it was approved. The video is available in English and Russian. It was produced by the Danish Medicines Agency, which in partnership with WHO Regional Office for Europe have now made it available for use in other countries.
  11. This video uses infographics to explain how authorities are keeping a close eye on the safety of the HPV vaccine. The video is available in English and Russian. It was produced by the Danish Medicines Agency, which in partnership with WHO Regional Office for Europe have now made it available for use in other countries.
  12. How to respond to different audiences on HPV vaccination?
  13. The resources on this page provide guidance and examples of communication strategies unique to HPV vaccination programmes.
  14. This guide presents communication guidance for countries introducing human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine at the national or sub-national levels
  15. The document is intended for use by national immunization programme managers and immunization partners involved in providing implementation support to countries.
  16. Advocacy, communications and social mobilization A comprehensive and coordinated set of advocacy, communications and social mobilization activities for the vaccine introduction is critical to create and sustain the support of policy-makers and opinion leaders, as well as community acceptance of and demand for the new vaccine. These activities help build demand by communicating the benefits expected from adding the vaccine to the immunization programme and build trust and awareness for the vaccine and the programme in general.
  17. WHO/Europe has led or collaborated in the production of new information materials on HPV.
  18. This guidance document provides basic, broad principles for a spokesperson of any health authority on how to behave when confronted by and how to respond to vocal vaccine deniers.
  19. Communication with parents, community, staff, other stakeholders and the media is necessary and important. During communication make sure to build confidence in the immunization programme. Be aware of the risks and benefits of immunization and the progress and findings of the investigation. Communication needs assurance from someone in authority with knowledge and expertise in the subject. It is recommended to prepare a communication plan in advance, as this will minimize the negative impact of AEFI-related matters.
  20. This module will help you to understand public fear and concerns, and how you can improve your communication skills on the subject of vaccine safety.
  21. his Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) Communication eLearning course helps Immunization Partners and their counterpart government officials to identify a public health concern that arises from immunization, gauge its potential impact, and design and manage an appropriate communication response. The content comprises basic communication preparedness and response concepts, approaches and tools. It has been produced in collaboration with WHO and CDC to ensure highest quality standards, extending the ongoing WHO & UNICEF Immunization e-learning initiative.
  22. Documents about vaccination and trust
  23. The Immunization Summary is an app for visualizing (tables, graphs, maps) data on policies, activities and impact of national immunization systems.
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