National review of immunisation/vaccination programmes: report of National Steering Committee.
|dc.contributor.author||National Steering Committee|
|dc.identifier.citation||Office for Health Gain. 2002. National review of immunisation/vaccination programmes: report of National Steering Committee.Dublin: Office for Health Gain.||en_GB|
|dc.description||A Review of Immunisation/ Vaccination Programmes was initiated by the Health Board Chief Executive Officers in February 2001, with the following Tenns of Reference:- 1.1 Terms of Reference: "To review all immunisation/ vaccination programmes policy, practice and procedures with a view to maximising uptake" 1.2 Background The Review was established against a background of increasing emphasis on the need to improve immunisation/vaccination programmes e.g. MMR the uptake of an increase in the scope of such programmes e.g. the new Meningitis C vaccine greater activity and involvement of GPs in relation to certain programmes e.g. Influenza and Pneumococcal vaccinations as well as the new Meningitis C programme, and the need to ensure continued focus on other programmes including adult programmes. increasing public and media discussion of immunisation/vaccination issues such as vaccine safety||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||National Steering Committee||en_GB|
|dc.subject||HEALTH SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT||en_GB|
|dc.title||National review of immunisation/vaccination programmes: report of National Steering Committee.||en_GB|