Immunise Australia Publications & Resources

Publications and resources about immunisation and vaccination.

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evaluation-of-NHPVP
Thumbnail image of resource Evaluation of the National Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Program
Evaluation of the National Human Papillomavirus Vaccination ProgramThe final report of the evaluation of the National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Program has now been released.
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Thumbnail image of resource Influenza brochure for vaccine providers - Check you have the right vaccine
Influenza brochure for vaccine providers - Check you have the right vaccineCheck you have the Right Vaccine DL Brochure
 
factsheet-flushot-2016
Thumbnail image of resource Influenza Fact Sheet for consumers - Get the flu shot before the flu gets you
Influenza Fact Sheet for consumers - Get the flu shot before the flu gets youFact sheet for consumers influenza season 2016
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Thumbnail image of resource Influenza Fact Sheet for vaccination providers - Get the flu shot before the flu gets you
Influenza Fact Sheet for vaccination providers - Get the flu shot before the flu gets you Fact sheet provides information for vaccination providers regarding the the flu shot.
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Thumbnail image of resource Influenza sticker - Flu Shots are age specific
Influenza sticker - Flu Shots are age specificFlu Shots are Age Specific A6 sticker
 
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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.
 
AVS
Thumbnail image of resource 2006 Adult Vaccination Survey
2006 Adult Vaccination SurveyThis report includes results of the 2006 Adult Vaccination Survey, with a focus on the uptake of influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations by Older Australians, the population aged 65 years and older.[CR]This survey also provides estimates of influenza vaccination uptake by at-risk persons aged 18 years and older, and on tetanus vaccination coverage.
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pneumo-gsupp
Thumbnail image of resource Childhood Pneumococcal Immunisation Provider Guidelines Program Providing a Supplementary Dose of the 13-valent pneumococcal vaccine (13vPCV) - Updated 5 September 2011
Childhood Pneumococcal Immunisation Provider Guidelines Program Providing a Supplementary Dose of the 13-valent pneumococcal vaccine (13vPCV) - Updated 5 September 2011This Guideline summarises the eligibility requirements for a free supplementary dose of the 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, 13vPCV (Prevenar 13®) during the period 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2012 for children between the ages of 12 months and 35 months.
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pneumo-g
Thumbnail image of resource Childhood Pneumococcal Immunisation Provider Guidelines: Updated 5 September 2011
Childhood Pneumococcal Immunisation Provider Guidelines: Updated 5 September 2011This Guideline includes Summary table – pneumococcal vaccination schedule for children 5 years of age)
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essential-vaccines-strategy
Thumbnail image of resource Essential Vaccines Procurement Strategy
Essential Vaccines Procurement StrategyThe Essential Vaccines Procurement Strategy describes the reform to national purchasing arrangements for essential vaccines funded under the National Immunisation Program (NIP).
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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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cmo-full-advice-hpv
Thumbnail image of resource HPV Revaccination full document Chief Medical Officer advice
HPV Revaccination full document Chief Medical Officer advice3 A4 pages contain detailed information about revaccination following administration of HPV vaccine at less than recommended dose intervals
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cmo-summary-hpv
Thumbnail image of resource HPV Revaccination Summary Chief Medical Officer advice
HPV Revaccination Summary Chief Medical Officer advice A4 page contains information about revaccination following administration of HPV vaccine outside recommended dose intervals.
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Thumbnail image of resource Immunisation commonly observed reactions tear off pads
Immunisation commonly observed reactions tear off padsTear off pads of 50 double sided A4 sheets which contains information regarding common reactions caused by vaccines provided on the NIP.
 
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Thumbnail image of resource Is your child turning 4?
Is your child turning 4?A3 Poster reminding parents with children turning 4 years of age to see their doctor or vaccination provider about free immunisation for this age group.
 
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Thumbnail image of resource Myths & Realities - Responding to arguments against immunisation: a guide for providers.
Myths & Realities - Responding to arguments against immunisation: a guide for providers.Booklet examining some arguments against immunisation to assist practitioners and parents in making an informed choice about the benefits and risks of vaccination.
 
guidelines-nurses&midwives
Thumbnail image of resource National Guidelines for Immunisation Education for Registered Nurses & Midwives
National Guidelines for Immunisation Education for Registered Nurses & MidwivesThe National Guidelines for Immunisation Education for Registered Nurses & Midwives (2001) are under review by the National Immunisation Committee. The Department of Health and Ageing gives no assurance to the accuracy or relevance of any of the information contained in this publication nor assumes legal liability or responsibility for errors or omissions contained within this publication. For further information on this contact NIC@health.gov.au
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nips
Thumbnail image of resource National Immunisation Program Schedule
National Immunisation Program Schedule
Information about the recommended and fully funded vaccine plan by age group under the National Immunisation Program.
Card contains information about the vaccine plan funded under the National Immunisation Program.
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Thumbnail image of resource National Immunisation Program Schedule 0 - 4 years
National Immunisation Program Schedule 0 - 4 yearsA3 National Immunisation Program Schedule 0 - 4 years poster.
 
immunisation-strategy-2013-18
Thumbnail image of resource National Immunisation Strategy for Australia 2013-2018
National Immunisation Strategy for Australia 2013-2018
The National Immunisation Strategy articulates a vision for action for the National Immunisation Program (2013-2018).
The emphasis of the Strategy is to improve immunisation coverage rates, address vaccine safety concerns, ensure secure vaccine supply for Australia into the future, and use data from various sources to better monitor and evaluate the National Immunisation Program.
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IMM77.2013
Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5 - 2nd edition
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5 - 2nd edition
Strive for 5 is an important vaccine cold chain management resource for immunisation providers.
Strive for 5 has been extensively reviewed to reflect the latest advances in cold chain management. Immunisation providers working in settings such as General practices, community health clinics, child health centres, council settings, hospitals, aged care facilities or school based immunisation programs will find this a vital resource for effective cold chain vaccine management.
 
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Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
Poster 1
Cold chain breach protocol
 
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Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
Sticker 2
Vaccine refrigerator fuse box sticker
 
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Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
Sticker 3
Vaccine refrigerator door sticker
 
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Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
Poster 2
Vaccine fridge temperature chart
 
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Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
Sticker 1
Vaccine refrigerator power point sticker
 
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Thumbnail image of resource National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines - Strive for 5
Poster 3
Quick reference guide to vaccine cold chain management
 
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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.
 
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Thumbnail image of resource Pertussis booster for all children aged 18 months
Pertussis booster for all children aged 18 monthsFact sheet for vaccination providers.
 
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Thumbnail image of resource Pneumococcal vaccination program for older Australians - common question and answers
Pneumococcal vaccination program for older Australians - common question and answersQuestion and answer fact sheets about pneumococcal vaccine for people over 65 years, including the recommended schedule and side effects.
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review-fluvax-data
Thumbnail image of resource Review of data on the safety of seasonal influenza vaccines, particularly Fluvax (CSL Biotherapies) in adults and children >10 years
Review of data on the safety of seasonal influenza vaccines, particularly Fluvax (CSL Biotherapies) in adults and children >10 yearsJoint Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) and Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Safety Ad Hoc Working Group.
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horvath-review-2011
Thumbnail image of resource Review of the management of adverse events associated with Panvax and Fluvax
Review of the management of adverse events associated with Panvax and FluvaxFollowing the suspension of Fluvax for children in 2010, the former Cheif Medical Officer Professor John Horvath AO was asked to review the management of Australia's seasonal influenza vaccine program, and our system for reporting adverse events following vaccination.
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horvath-review-outcomes
Thumbnail image of resource Review of the management of adverse events associated with Panvax and Fluvax (Horvath Review) Outcomes of Recommendations
Review of the management of adverse events associated with Panvax and Fluvax (Horvath Review) Outcomes of RecommendationsRecommendations arising from the Review.
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NPEV
Thumbnail image of resource Review of the National Partnership Agreement on Essential Vaccines
Review of the National Partnership Agreement on Essential VaccinesThe NPEV provides funding for the purchase of essential vaccines covered by the National Immunisation Programme (NIP), by either the Commonwealth or States and Territories.
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Thumbnail image of resource The Australian Immunisation Handbook 10th Edition 2013
The Australian Immunisation Handbook 10th Edition 2013IMMUNISATION PROVIDERS ONLY - The Australian Immunisation Handbook provides clinical guidelines for health professionals on the safest and most effective use of vaccines in their practice.
 
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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Thumbnail image of resource Whooping Cough brochure
Whooping Cough brochureBrochure contains information on Whooping Cough (pertussis)
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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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Thumbnail image of resource Whooping Cough poster
Whooping Cough poster
Everyone can get whooping cough
A3 Whooping Cough (pertussis) poster
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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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