18 November 2018 | EventsVaccines in Public Health Workshop - 2 & 3 September 2019Read the full article
This NCIRS seminar/webinar provides an update on the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) and The Australian Immunisation Handbook.
Tracie Hibbard, Director, Australian Immunisation Register Department of Human Services, provides an overview of the latest enhancements to the AIR, how providers can ensure that immunisation status records of all patients are kept up to date as well as the resources available to support the AIR in practice.
Dr Helen Quinn, Senior Research Fellow, NCIRS, and Technical Editor, The Australian Immunisation Handbook, then gives a live demonstration of the features of the new online digital handbook and how providers can get the most from the new format and resources available.
Tracie Hibbard, Director, Australian Immunisation Register Department of Human Services
Helen Quinn, Senior Research Fellow, NCIRS, and Technical Editor, The Australian Immunisation Handbook
ResourcesPowerpoint presentation slides - Australian Immunisation Register - Tracie Hibbard [PDF- 1.4 MB]Powerpoint presentation slides - The Australian Immunisation Handbook - Helen Quinn [PDF- 578kB]
Slides and audio from the webinar are available below.
The session was chaired by Professor Kristine Macartney, NCIRS Director.
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