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    How vaccines work (Latvian)
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    Monaco EIW 2018

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    Monaco EIW 2018

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    Monaco EIW 2018

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    Monaco EIW 2018

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  6. Д-р Евгений Комаровский, известный педиатр и защитник иммунизации, рассказал о важности вакцин на встрече, организованной ЕРБ ВОЗ. Совещание проходило в Черногории в октябре 2017 года и собрало руководителей национальных программ иммунизации со всего Европейского региона.
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    Latvian: How vaccines work

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  8. Here are quick links to the EIW 2018 resources on the Forum: Images from the countries Images of the EIW materials EIW official materials for download (multiple languages) Calendar of activities (all) Calendar - Activities by county overview Join us by contributing the info and images from your country!
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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

    Ministry of Health, @WHO and @UNICEF together launch European Immunization Week activities in Ukraine

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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

    Ministry of Health, @WHO and @UNICEF together launch European Immunization Week activities in Ukraine

    © WHO Europe

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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

    Ministry of Health, @WHO and @UNICEF together launch European Immunization Week activities in Ukraine

    © WHO Europe

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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

    Ministry of Health, @WHO and @UNICEF together launch European Immunization Week activities in Ukraine

    © WHO Europe

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    EIW 2018 Ukraine

    Ministry of Health, @WHO and @UNICEF together launch European Immunization Week activities in Ukraine

    © WHO Europe

  16. WHO recommends seasonal influenza vaccination of pregnant women to protect them and their newborn babies from infection, and to reduce the risk of influenza-related complications and hospitalization. Evidence shows that inactivated influenza vaccines are safe for both pregnant mothers and fetuses during all trimesters of pregnancy, and for breastfeeding women. However, maternal influenza vaccination uptake remains low in most of the WHO European Region, despite widespread national policies. http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/communicable-diseases/influenza/publications/2017/tailoring-immunization-programmes-for-seasonal-influenza-tip-flu-a-guide-for-increasing-pregnant-womens-uptake-of-seasonal-influenza-vaccination-2017
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    Europe Immunization Programme Managers Meeting

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    WHO/Europe Immunization Programme Managers Meeting (PMM), 24-26 October 2017, Budva, Montenegro (link: http://www.euro.who.int/en/media-centre/events/events/2017/10/regional-meeting-of-national-immunization-programme-managers)
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    Flu Awareness Campaign

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    See more at: http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/communicable-diseases/influenza/flu-awareness-campaign
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    World Polio Day

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    See more at: https://www.endpolio.org/world-polio-day
  20. Vaccination can benefit all age groups, but is especially important for people at higher risk of serious influenza complications. Specific population groups may be targeted for vaccination depending on the objectives of the national vaccination programme, documented vaccine effectiveness, access to vaccine, and the ability to implement vaccination campaigns in the target groups. http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/communicable-diseases/influenza/publications/2017/who-regional-office-for-europe-recommendations-on-influenza-vaccination-during-the-20172018-winter-season-september-2017
  21. Vaccine Volume 35, Issue 37, 5 September 2017, Pages 4840-4850 Abstract Objectives The success of vaccination strategies depends in part on population perceptions of benefits and risks of vaccines and related confidence in vaccination. Better knowledge of public concerns about vaccines and what is driving them is needed to inform vaccination strategies and communications. This literature reviewer examined studies on vaccine and vaccination risk perceptions and concerns across European populations. Read more
  22. VoICE is a browsable, queryable online database intended to capture the many ways in which immunization can be valued, and the evidence supporting this more comprehensive view of the value of vaccination. The information contained in the compendium has been drawn from peer-reviewed literature, expert commentaries and other high quality sources and synthesized with policy-focused global health advocacy organizations in mind. http://view-hub.org/voice/
  23. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/ed/courses.html
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    The Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety (GACVS) was established in 1999 to respond promptly, efficiently, and with scientific rigour to vaccine safety issues of potential global importance. Report from the previous meetings can be found here: http://www.who.int/vaccine_safety/committee/reports/en/
  25. The Guardian, 9 July 2017 Babies born from the 1 August will be offered new ‘hexavalent’ jab in effort to clamp down on infections that cause cirrhosis and liver cancer. Read the full article: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/jul/09/hepatitis-b-jab-to-be-added-to-5-in-1-jab-for-babies-born-in-uk
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