Immunise Australia Publications & Resources

Publications and resources about immunisation and vaccination.

Page last updated: 30 July 2016 (this page is generated automatically and reflects updates to other content within the website)

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IT0210
Thumbnail image of resource Influenza poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Influenza poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Indigenous Get the Flu shot before the Flu Gets you A3 poster
 
IT0204
Thumbnail image of resource Pertussis booster for all children aged 18 months
Pertussis booster for all children aged 18 monthsA3 Whooping Cough (pertussis) booster at 18 months poster.
 
vaccines-safe
Thumbnail image of resource How are Vaccines Shown to be Safe
How are Vaccines Shown to be Safe
Vaccines are carefully tested.
Fact sheet: How are vaccines shown to be safe
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how-vaccines-affect-immunity
Thumbnail image of resource How do Vaccines Affect Immunity
How do Vaccines Affect Immunity
Vaccines strengthen Natural Immunity.
Fact sheet: How do vaccines affect immunity
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ITO152
Thumbnail image of resource Influenza Fact Sheet - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons - Flu Season 2015
Influenza Fact Sheet - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons - Flu Season 2015
The 2015 seasonal flu shots are available from 20 April 2015.
Brochure contains information on Influenza
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IT0174
Thumbnail image of resource Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella (MMRV) poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons.
Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella (MMRV) poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons.
Protect your child against four diseases
From 1 July 2013 a combined measles,mumps, rubella and varicella (MMRV) vaccine will be available for children aged 18 months.
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IT0201
Thumbnail image of resource No Jab, No Pay – New Immunisation Requirements for Family Assistance Payments
No Jab, No Pay – New Immunisation Requirements for Family Assistance PaymentsFact sheet for vaccination providers.
 
IMM85
Thumbnail image of resource Vaccination for Our Mob
Vaccination for Our MobSummary report describing the national picture of vaccine coverage and vaccine preventable disease in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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what-about-autism
Thumbnail image of resource What about Autism
What about Autism
Many large studies have found vaccines do not cause autism
Fact sheet: What about autism.
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what-is-in-vaccines
Thumbnail image of resource What is in Vaccines
What is in Vaccines
All ingredients in vaccines are tested for safety.
Fact sheet: What is in vaccines.
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IT0148
Thumbnail image of resource Whooping Cough brochure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons
Whooping Cough brochure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons
Everyone can get whooping cough
Brochure contains information on Whooping Cough (pertussis)
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IT0149
Thumbnail image of resource Whooping Cough poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons
Whooping Cough poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons
Everyone can get whooping cough
A3 Whooping Cough (pertussis) poster
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why-schedule-the-way-it-is
Thumbnail image of resource Why is the Schedule the Way it is
Why is the Schedule the Way it is
Vaccines are timed to protect children.
Fact sheet: Why the schedule is the way it is.
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