Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Healthcare professionals'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Categories

  • Templates
  • Learning and guides
    • Online learning
    • Guides
    • Events & webinars
  • Documents and publications
    • Research
    • Reports
    • Media / Press Releases
    • Fact-sheets
    • Newsletters
  • Graphics
    • Cartoons
    • Infographics
    • Leaflets, brochures
    • Social media graphics
  • Campaigns
    • Immunization week - April
    • Flu awareness week - October
    • World Polio Day - 24 October
    • World Hepatitis Day (WHD) - 28 July
  • Videos
  • Websites

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Found 29 results

  1. Smaragda

    Patient communication resources

    MMR decision aid and Dealing with requests for vaccination exemption
  2. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS VARICELLA ZOSTER VIRUS VACCINE
  3. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS TYPHOID VACCINE
  4. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS ROTAVIRUS VACCINE
  5. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS RABIES VACCINE
  6. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS POLIO VACCINES
  7. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE
  8. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS MEASLES, MUMPS AND RUBELLA VACCINES
  9. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS VACCINE
  10. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS INFLUENZA VACCINE
  11. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS VACCINE
  12. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS HEPATITIS B VACCINE
  13. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS HEPATITIS A VACCINE
  14. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS DIPHTHERIA, PERTUSSIS, TETANUS VACCINES
  15. INFORMATION SHEET OBSERVED RATE OF VACCINE REACTIONS BACILLE CALMETTE-GUÉRIN (BCG) VACCINE
  16. Vaccination is under attack by individuals who occasionally use the legal system to oppose mandatory vaccination laws and in some cases to obtain exemptions for particular children whose parents are opposed to vaccination. During the legal proceedings, as we have witnessed, experts testifying in favor of vaccination may be challenged with references from journals of doubtful quality that oppose vaccination. To provide important references that discuss and disprove claims made against vaccines, the Vaccine Education Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has created a library of references addressing certain safety issues that may be useful as an aid and refresher to clinicians giving expert testimony on the safety of vaccines and to lawyers defending vaccination of children. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia legal library may be entered through the web address vaccine.chop.edu/safety-references. We would be grateful if you could inform your colleagues about the availability of this resource, which should be of great value for experts testifying for vaccination and for clinicians who need to convince parents about vaccine safety. Stanley A. Plotkin, MD Department of Pediatrics Perelman School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Paul A. Offit, MD Vaccine Education Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Dorit Reiss, LLB, PhD University of California Hastings College of the Law
  17. Smaragda

    Immunization Action Coalition

    A fantastic website with lots of information about vaccines, vaccine safety and vaccine communication. Targeted audience includes general public as well as healthcare professionals. Several sections are very interesting and informative.
  18. In November 2017, it was announced that the new dengue vaccine (“Dengvaxia”) had risks for those not previously exposed to dengue. While some countries proceeded with adjusting guidance accordingly, the Philippines reacted with outrage and political turmoil with naming and shaming of government officials involved in purchasing the vaccine, as well as scientists involved in the vaccine trials and assessment. The result was broken public trust around the dengue vaccine as well heightened anxiety around vaccines in general. The Vaccine Confidence ProjectTM measured the impact of this crisis, comparing confidence levels in 2015, before the incident, with levels in 2018. The findings reflect a dramatic drop in vaccine confidence from 93% “strongly agreeing” that vaccines are important in 2015 to 32% in 2018. There was a drop in confidence in those strongly agreeing that vaccines are safe from 82% in 2015 to only 21% in 2018; similarly confidence in the effectiveness of vaccines dropped from 82% in 2015 to only 22%. This article highlights the importance of routinely identifying gaps or breakdowns in public confidence in order to rebuild trust, before a pandemic threat, when societal and political cooperation with be key to an effective response.
  19. This free e-learning in Dutch is an in-depth training for professionals who are involved in the implementation of the National Vaccination Program. It is composed of 7 modules with information on vaccines, their components, the top 12 disease in the country, the side effects and talking with parents. Overall the e-learning course takes about 3 h.
  20. CDC, US: Healthcare providers play an important role in vaccine safety. It is up to healthcare providers to ensure that vaccines are stored, handled, and administered properly to ensure the best possible results. When talking with patients, healthcare providers ensure that patients receive the recommended vaccines. Providers share important information about vaccine benefits and risks, and answer questions about common vaccine safety concerns. Providers must be knowledgeable about precautions and contraindications and be prepared to manage vaccine reactions. Healthcare providers also contribute to what we know about vaccine safety by reporting adverse events. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) relies on receiving adverse event information from providers. Talking to Patients About Vaccine Safety How to answer common questions about vaccine side effects and other vaccine safety issues. Reporting Adverse Events What adverse events to report, how to submit reports, and why. Resources for Healthcare Providers Vaccine safety training and continuing education, reports, and publications.
  21. This section is a brief review of communicate methods to reassure parents about benefits and risks of vaccines. A table with the types of parental immunization attitudes figure, followed by key points to consider, strategies for talking to parents and finally suggested videos demonstrating this model of communication
  22. Smaragda

    Evidence-based vaccination

    The Evidence-Based Vaccination section aims to provide a coherent answer to these questions, in order to be able to apply them in daily medical practice, optimizing our resources and considering efficiency criteria.
  23. Tips to help reduce the stress, anxiety and pain when it comes to immunizations in children under 3 years of age.
  24. This is a web page by the American Academy of Pediatrics with guidance for healthcare providers for communication with vaccine hesitant parents . The page includes: Types of parental immunization attitudes Key points to consider Strategies for Talking to Parents Policies and Resources
×

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. - Terms of Use - Privacy Policy - Guidelines