by Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Vaccine Program Office in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Public Health Service. National Vaccine Program Office.|
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The Need for Strategies to Increase Immunization Levels populations, such as persons with low access to immuniza-tion services. incentives to improve deficiencies and raise immunization rates, and exchange of information and ideas among healthcare providers. Some specific characteristics of. As the decade is drawing to a close, the SAGE Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) review and lessons learned report, provides an overall assessment of plan’s successes and challenges. It also proposes 15 recommendations for the development, content and implementation of the next decade’s global immunization strategy. ICI's Action Plan to Improve Access to Immunization Services sets 14 goals with action steps for improving immunization services nationwide by (a) increasing coordination among Federal health, income, housing, education, and nutrition programs; (b) reducing policy and management barriers that limit access to delivery systems, and (c. Global Vaccine Action Plan Full document and summary The Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) ― endorsed by the Member States of the World Health Assembly in May ― is a framework to prevent millions of deaths by through more equitable access to existing vaccines for people in all communities.
The Public Health Service's Interagency Committee to Improve Access to Immunization Services (ICI) has responsibility for improving the immunization protection of the nation's children and other vulnerable populations. ICI's Action Plan to Improve Ac Author: Barbara Bloom, Robin A. Cohen, P. Ellen Parsons, Gloria Simpson. Improve access to adult vaccines. Goal 3: Increase community demand for adult immunizations. Goal 4: Foster innovation in adult vaccine development and vaccination-related technologies For more information about the scope and vision for the NAIP, please see the introductory section of the National Adult Immunization Plan (). Access to quality essential healthcare services and vaccines for all is key to achieving universal health coverage. Inequities driven by differences in place of residence and socio-economic status persist among different communities hindering the achievement of sustained performance on immunization indicators. Innovative community-based Reach Every Child (REC) interventions at the Author: Duncan N. Shikuku, Maxwell Muganda, Soudie O. Amunga, Elly O. Obwanda, Alice Muga, Thomas Matete, Pa. Immunization Action Coalition • University Avenue West • Suite North • Saint Paul, Minnesota • tel • fax email [email protected]
focused attention onadult vaccines and vaccination.1 The National Adult Immunization Plan (NAIP) outlined here results from the recognition that progress has been slow and that there is a need for a national adult immunization strategic plan. As a national plan, the NAIP will require engagement from a wide range of stakeholders. Improve access to your immunization services. Communicate with patients and parents. • Evaluate and improve your practice’s performance. Use the handy checklist that follows to help you imple-ment or reinforce these suggestions. Mark areas that “need attention” or are “done” and congratulate your-File Size: KB. The EPI Registration Book (or Immunization Register) is a book for entering immunization data. It helps you keep a record of the immunization services you offer to each infant and to women of childbearing age, particularly all those who are pregnant (Figure ). The revision of IIP was intended to meet the demand to improve immunization services so as to reach more infants in a sustainable way, building upon the experiences of polio eradication. We have thus included material adapted from polio on planning, monitoring and use of data to improve the service, which can be used at any level.