National Indigenous Pneumococcal and Influenza Immunisation Program

National Indigenous Pneumococcal and Influenza Immunisation Program - background information for Health Workers on the Program; information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about pnuemococcal and influenza vaccines; and information for doctors and health workers about the Program.

Page last updated: 25 June 2007

National Indigenous Pneumococcal and Influenza Immunisation Program

Health Worker Fact Sheet - 2004

Background information for Health Workers on the Program, influenza and pnuemococcal disease, who's eligible for the vaccines, possible reactions and contraindications.

Health Worker Fact Sheet - 2004 (PDF 463KB)

Health Worker (Northern Territory version) Fact Sheet - 2004 (PDF 466KB)

General Practitioner Fact Sheet - 2004

Background information for General Practitioners on the Program, influenza and pnuemococcal disease, who's eligible for the vaccines, possible reactions and contraindications.

General Practitioner Fact Sheet - 2004 (450KB)

General Practitioner (Northern Territory version) Fact Sheet - 2004 (PDF 450KB)

Program Posters - 2004

Women's Poster 2004 (PDF 1,533KB)

NT Women's Poster 2004 (PDF 1,609KB)

Men's Poster 2004 (PDF 1,533KB)

NT Men's Poster 2004 (PDF 1,609KB)

For more information relating to this publication, or if you are having difficulty accessing the PDF documents, please email OATSIH Enquiries or call 02 6289 5254.

For Information on childhood immunisation go to the: Immunise Australia Website

 

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