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  1. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS VARICELLA ZOSTER VIRUS VACCINE
  2. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS TYPHOID VACCINE
  3. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS ROTAVIRUS VACCINE
  4. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS RABIES VACCINE
  5. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS POLIO VACCINES
  6. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE
  7. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS MEASLES, MUMPS AND RUBELLA VACCINES
  8. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS VACCINE
  9. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS INFLUENZA VACCINE
  10. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS VACCINE
  11. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS HEPATITIS B VACCINE
  12. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS HEPATITIS A VACCINE
  13. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS DIPHTHERIA, PERTUSSIS, TETANUS VACCINES
  14. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS BACILLE CALMETTE-GUÉRIN (BCG) VACCINE
  15. maurec

    AEFI Investigation E-Learning

    The ultimate goal of an adverse event following immunisation (AEFI) investigation is to find the cause of the event and to implement follow-up actions when required. Investigation should identify any immunization error-related reactions because these are preventable. If coincidental events are recognized, proving them will be important to maintain public confidence in the immunization programme. Acknowledging that the cause of a large proportion of AEFI cannot be established by AEFI causality assessment committees due to incomplete AEFI investigation, WHO is launching an E-learning course on AEFI investigation to learn: 1) when to launch an investigation 2) what information is required to successfully complete an investigation 3) how to successfully manage inter-personal communication with relevant stakeholders. Learn at your own pace with a highly interactive course, with combination of informative content and immersive scenarios where you will be called upon to investigate serious AEFI in different parts of the world. Following successful course completion, you would download a course certificate.
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