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This resource provides clinical advice from the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) regarding the use of vaccines for pregnant women.
The flu shot is safe for pregnant women, and provides effective protection for you and your new-born baby for the first six months of their life.
This evaluation report on phase two of the Childhood Immunisation Education Campaign assesses the campaign impact against its awareness, attitudinal and intentional objectives.
Report on qualitative research conducted on the communications needs of pregnant women and health professionals, in relation to maternal immunisation (influenza and pertussis).
Influenza immunisation is part of good pregnancy care and is free for pregnant women through the National Immunisation Program. If you’re pregnant, speak to your doctor, nurse, or midwife today.
This fact sheet provides information about the benefits and safety of flu vaccination during pregnancy.
This document outlines changes to the recommended use of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines in The Australian Immunisation Handbook 10th Edition proposed in 2017. It includes the outcome of public consultations and the final recommendation made to the National Health and Medical Research Council.
This document outlines changes to the infant pneumococcal vaccination schedule that were proposed in 2017. It includes the outcome of public consultations and the final recommendation made to the National Health and Medical Research Council.
This poster includes information about the benefits of the HPV vaccination, Gardasil®9.Part of a collection: HPV Campaign
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ sticker about vaccine management.
National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ sticker about not opening refrigerator doors until you've located the vaccine you need.
Review by Professor John Horvath AO MBBS FRACP on the management of adverse events associated with Panvax and Fluvax for influenza vaccinations.
Research reports on qualitative and quantitative research conducted on attitudes and behaviours regarding childhood and adult immunisation: