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|Workshop: Overseas Encounters and Catch Ups |
|About: This webinar will workshop two scenarios of translating overseas vaccination records and developing catch-up schedules. Catch up planning will include both paper-based method and online calculator method. |
When: Thursday 30 November | 8:00pm – 9:00pm
|Webinar: RSV disease and prevention |
|About: This webinar will provide an update on Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) burden of disease and discuss the possible impact of prevention. |
When: Tuesday 12 December | 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Check out our YouTube channel: CESPHN Video Library to view previously recorded webinars.
New shingles vaccine on Australia’s NIP – 7 November 2023
Vaccination for people with disability – 22 September 2023
How to Action Immunisation Overdue Reports – 29 August 2023
Maternal influenza vaccination in 2023 – 12 July 2023
Addressing vaccine hesitancy – 29 June 2023
2023 Immunisation Update – 4 April 2023
Milestone checks at vaccination appointments – 28 March 2023
Immunisation Catch-ups – 28 February 2023
Check out and register to CESPHN’s upcoming education opportunities on the Events webpage.
The NSW Health online training module is mandatory for practices to access NIP funded vaccines.
The Well Child online learning program has been developed to support primary healthcare professionals caring for families with children aged between 0-5 years.
Monitoring of health, growth and development in early childhood is considered important to ensuring health and wellbeing throughout life.
A list of accredited Authorised Nurse Immuniser courses can be found at HESA (Health Education Services Australia).
A practitioner seeking to prescribe the yellow fever vaccine is required to successfully complete the online Yellow Fever Vaccination course and obtain a completion certificate. A practitioner is considered to be accredited for three years from the date of completion of the course.
The course contains information on the history, epidemiology and clinical features of yellow fever, vaccine recommendations, and best practice and accreditation procedures for providers and approved practices.
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