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Vaccines Work: Advocacy for Immunisation

“This is a space for those who are working to improve immunisation systems and access to vaccines, particularly in resource-poor settings. It aims to help you to find ideas, resources and guidance to advocate for strengthened commitment to vaccines and immunisation to save lives.”

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Vaccines and Immunizations

This page provides an excellent, authoritative source of information on immunization schedules, side effects and safety of vaccines, and answers to many common questions.

NHS Choices: Vaccinations

Quick and easy access to information about the NHS vaccination schedule, vaccine safety, and clear explanations of how vaccines work and what ingredients they contain.

Flu.gov

A centralised access point to many US government resources related to flu and flu vaccination.

HPV Prevention and Control Board

Provides evidence-based guidance on key technical and strategic issues, and monitors the progress of HPV control programs at the country and regional levels.

WHO Global Vaccine Safety

Information on vaccine safety and the Global Vaccine Safety Initiative (GVSI) from the World Health Organization.

Videos Video archive

In this episode of Take as Directed, J. Stephen Morrison speaks with Dr. Heidi Larson on why vaccine confidence is currently in crisis, and how this has fueled outbreaks such as measles and the persistence of polio in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Prof Larson discusses vaccine hesitancy and its implications across global health in this webinar.

VCP Research Fellow Emilie Karafillakis comments on the anti-vaccination movement, the role of social media and the importance of rebuilding trust. 

Literature Literature archive

KT Paul, K Loer 2019 Journal of Public Health Policy Volume 40, Issue 2
J Kennedy 2019 The European Journal of Public Health Vol. 29, No. 3, 512–516
C Lynderup Lübker,E Lynge 2019 European Journal of Public Health Vol 29 (3):500–505. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/cky235
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