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  1. World Meningitis Day is celebrated at the very beginning of Global immunization week, on the 24th of April each year and aims to raise awareness of meningitis and its symptoms as well as increasing the knowledge of available vaccines. This year, the theme is: ‘24 Hours – Trust your Instincts’. World Meningitis Day is a great opportunity for people all over the world to raise their voices against meningitis, through telling patient stories, being active on social media and holding awareness events. How can you or your organisation get involved? 1. Share resources from our World Meningitis Day toolkit, which contains infographics on the symptoms of meningitis, fact sheets, animated videos and key graphics. To reach the maximum number of people possible, some of these resources are translated into 7 languages. 2. Add your voice to our Voices Against Meningitis Video by sending in a short video of yourself, a friend or colleague answering our 3 questions on the importance of meningitis awareness to be featured in our video on World Meningitis Day. 3. Write a blog for World Meningitis Day, we will be sharing blogs from other organisations during the campaign to boost awareness of the disease, email Lucy if you have an idea for a blog you’d like to discuss. For more information on World Meningitis Day and the activities happening around the world please email Lucy Swain: lucy.swain@comomeningitis.org #24HourMeningitis
  2. Chris Head, president of CoMO has written a blog, "World Meningitis Day: Why is it important to Trust Your Instincts?" The blog is based on a video compilation of clips sent in from people around the world in answer to 3 questions on meningitis awareness. The Video can be seen here. The Blog can be read here. Please share these as far and as wide as possible. Finally, thank you for all your support so far this World Meningitis Day. The CoMO Team.
  3. CoMO

    Trust Your Instincts

    The Logo for World Meningitis Day 2017
  4. CoMO

    Vaccines Work

    An infographic about the importance of vaccines in preventing bacterial meningitis
  5. CoMO

    Symptoms of Meningitis

    An infographic about the symptoms of meningitis
  6. Infographic about the global nature of bacterial meningitis
  7. Immunize Europe Forum

    World Meningitis Day

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    World Meningitis Day 2017 CoMO are responsible for organising World Meningitis day on the 24th of April each year. This is a great opportunity for people all over the world to raise their voices for meningitis, through telling patient stories, raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of the disease and increasing knowledge of available vaccines. We are delighted to announce that the theme for 2017 is ’24 Hours – Trust your instincts’ Visit the CoMo website
  8. Charles Johnston

    Great visualization example

    I spotted these immunization posters on the Stockholm subway recently. I think they really grab your attention and give a clear message to all the family, with good brief explanations of where you risk encountering the diseases when travelling (spridning) and how you can be infected. Great visualization!
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