Vaccines Today is launching a new competition designed to get students (particularly, but not exclusively, medical students) interested in immunisation issues.
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Today, the WHO European Region marks 10 years since it was certified free of poliomyelitis (polio). Stopping transmission of indigenous wild poliovirus in the 53 countries in the Region was…Blog Reflecting on 10 Years Polio-Free 2 Likes Live Q&A transcript
Thank you to all those who participated in last week's Live Q&A session on building trust in vaccines. It was a very engaging discussion and there were a number of interesting topics covered…Blog Live Q&A transcript 4 Likes
During EIW, 23-28 April, the first round of supplemental polio immunization activities targeted nearly 2 million children under the age of 5 years in six provinces considered at higher risk of…Blog 2 million children receive oral polio vaccine 2 Likes Join Carles Puyol to End Polio | Bill & Meli… video Join Carles Puyol to End Polio | Bill & Meli… 2 Likes
On Saturday April 21st there was a health conference on vaccinations to actualise the public health goal on vaccinations for Flanders and an action plan to realise it.
Mr. Jo Vandeurzen,…Blog to a new public health goal on life-time vacc 2 Likes Immunisation: A Parent's View
Christine Mosler is a parent blogger based in the UK, she blogs at Thinly Spread. Her blogs about vaccines and health workers have…Blog Immunisation: A Parent's View 2 Likes EIW "Week of Guest Bloggers"
As part of WHO/Europe’s activities on a regional level, we have scheduled a "week of guest bloggers" for the EIW campaign site. Each day during EIW we will feature one of these bloggers, who…Blog EIW "Week of Guest Bloggers" 3 Likes Celebrating EIW in London
I work in a local National Health Service (NHS) organisation in England. I am a Public Health Project Officer for Childhood Immunisaton and Vaccination. Our works…Blog Celebrating EIW in London 1 Like Responding effectively to vaccine refusal (Dr Blog Responding effectively to vaccine refusal (Dr 3 Likes European Immunization Week 2012 -- Focus on… video European Immunization Week 2012 -- Focus on… 2 Likes Europe’s measles rash in the world
This week we had good news, bad news, and then great news about measles.
Part one of the good news: measles deaths fell by 74% worldwide in less than a decade. New estimates…Blog Europe’s measles rash in the world 3 Likes Silent accumulation of susceptible individual
According to officially reported data, vaccine coverage levels for measles, mumps and rubella vaccination (MMR) are around 90% or above in most EU countries. Then, why do we still see measles…Blog Silent accumulation of susceptible individual 3 Likes Role and attitudes of health care workers tow
I am Benedetto Simone, working in the…Blog Role and attitudes of health care workers tow 2 Likes Monitoring & Surveillance: success of immunis
By Dr Sabrina Bacci
I am a vaccine-preventable disease expert working for the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The views expressed here are all mine…Blog Monitoring & Surveillance: success of immunis 3 Likes Vastprik-dag EIW in the Netherlands
Blog Vastprik-dag EIW in the Netherlands 3 Likes Plenty to celebrate during World Immunization Blog Plenty to celebrate during World Immunization 3 Likes AGENDA -EIW 2012, REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
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EUROPIAN IMMUNISATION WEEK …Blog AGENDA -EIW 2012, REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA 1 Like Immunisation: reviving the ‘social contract’
The decision to vaccinate yourself or your family can be viewed as a social contract whereby the majority of individuals take an action in the interest of protecting the entire…Blog Immunisation: reviving the ‘social contract’ 2 Likes