The evaluation was extremely positive and strongly supported Australia’s reputation as a world leader in implementing school-based immunisation programs and preventing HPV-related cancers and disease.
The focus of the Strategy is Australia's internationally recognised National Immunisation Program (NIP). The strategy includes eight strategic priority areas for action to complement and strengthen the NIP.
All companies are required to advise the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) Secretariat of their intention to use parallel processing arrangements for vaccine submissions to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC).
Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) guidelines for preparing a vaccine submission to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC).
This resource provides clinical advice to support changes to the vaccines given at 12 and 18 months through the National Immunisation Program from 1 July 2018.
The National Immunisation Education Framework for Health Professionals assists in the development of nationally consistent, high quality immunisation education programs for Health Professionals.
The National Immunisation Program (NIP) vaccine listing process sets out the regulatory steps that must occur in order for a vaccine to be supplied through the NIP.
Outcomes of recommendations made in the review by Professor John Horvath AO MBBS FRACP on the management of adverse events associated with Panvax and Fluvax for influenza vaccinations.
From 1 January 2016, an additional $6 incentive payment will be made to vaccination providers and general practitioners (GPs) who follow up and vaccinate children who are more than two months overdue for their childhood vaccinations.
Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) advice on the introduction of Gardasil®9 in a 2-dose schedule under the school-based National Immunisation Program (NIP).
This National Immunisation Program 'Catch up on free vaccines now if you are under 20' poster provides advice to talk to a GP or vaccination provider about catch-up vaccinations.