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  2. Presentation of Dr Mark Muscat at national conference on immunization in Poland, 25 April 2017. Copyright: NIZP-PZH
  3. Workshop in The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia organized during EIW in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders and institutions working with immunization and vaccination.

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  5. The European Commission is dedicating this year’s EU Health Award to initiatives of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that contributed or are contributing to high standards of public health in the European Union through vaccination. This is great recognition of the importance of vaccination. Previous EU Health Awards were for initiatives to fight Ebola and anti-microbial resistance. The prizes are substantial: €20,000, €15,000 and €10,000. Read more here The European Commission is also hosting a workshop on vaccination in Brussels later this month, including a session on vaccine hesitancy and communication (to which I will contribute). It feels like there is a lot of momentum behind vaccination at the moment.
  6. WHO: This document replaces the 2014 WHO position paper on vaccines against diseases caused by human papillomaviruses (HPV). It focuses primarily on the prevention of cervical cancer, but also considers the broader spectrum of cancers and other diseases preventable by HPV vaccination. The full position paper (PDF)
  7. ROBB BUTLER (WHO): “Ako se nastavi pad imunizacije, u BiH ćemo vidjeti ono što i u Rumuniji gdje je epidemija ospica odnijela ljudske živote” http://www.zasvakodijete.ba/robb-butler-svjetska-zdravstvena-organizacija-akoobuhvat-imunizacijom-nastavi-opadati-tada-cemo-u-bih-vidjeti-i-ono-sto-se-dogodilo-u-rumuniji-gdje-je-epidemija-ospica-odnijela-ljudske-zivote/
  8. Germany conference: Dr Günter Pfaff (Chair of the Regional Verification Commission for Measles and Rubella Elimination) and Dr Mark Muscat (Technical Officer) at a stand distributing European Immunization Week 2017 material at the National Public Health Congress in Munich, Germany on 3-5 May 2017

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  9. Dr Mark Muscat talking about the state of measles at the WHO European Region at the National Public Health Congress in Munich, Germany on 5 May 2017.

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  10. Ukraine is among only 14 countries in the WHO European Region where measles and rubella remain endemic. With WHO support, a national conference on measles and rubella elimination held on 21–22 February 2017 in Kyiv.
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  13. Joint Press Conference on World Health Day – Belgrade, 7 April 2017

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  14. Joint Press Conference on World Health Day – Belgrade, 7 April 2017

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  15. Joint Press Conference on World Health Day – Belgrade, 7 April 2017

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    Please see attached file. Overview_EIW2017_activities in Germany.pdf
  17. Videos explaining the measles vaccination recommendations for children and adults. http://www.impfen-info.de/mediathek/filme/

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  18. Website of the Annual vaccination Conference in Schleswig-Holstein. http://www.schleswigholstein.de/DE/Schwerpunkte/Impfen/Fachoeffentlichkeit/_documents/Fortbildungen_Fachoeffentlichkeit.html

    © www.schleswigholstein.de

  19. The tool shows age specific measles vaccination rates for each administrative district in Germany. www.vacmap.de

    © Robert Koch Institut

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  24. © WHO/Calin Dumitrescu

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