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This module is designed to help you adapt your clinical communication skills to meet the needs of all parents, whether they are ready to vaccinate, have questions or intend to decline vaccination altogether. It teaches you how to use the SKAI system and equips you with strategies to assist immunisation consultations. We anticipate it will take approximately 90 minutes to complete this module.
Australian Immunisation Register education for vaccination providers – Five education modules to help providers use AIR to access and record information.
A series of resources including, education modules, videos and fact sheets have been developed by Queensland Health to help immunisation providers use the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR). These resources will help providers understand the complexities of recording and managing immunisation data.
Various education modules, videos, and fact sheets
This course provides the most up to date information about prevention, recognition and emergency treatment of anaphylaxis, including information about adrenaline (epinephrine) autoinjectors and ASCIA Action Plans for Anaphylaxis.
8 Modules – Approximately 1.5 hours
Free – however you will need to create an online account.
This course provides general information on COVID-19 and specific information on storage, handling and administration of the vaccine, recording and monitoring including for adverse events following immunization (AEFI), and communication (acceptance and demand) through a series of short video lectures and quizzes to test your knowledge. This course is primarily for frontline health workers who will be vaccinators and priority recipients.
This 1-hour webinar presented by Gold Coast Public Health Unit outlines the National Immunisation Program schedule changes.
These CQI examples help to support your work in identification of vulnerable patient groups who would benefit from proactive care. Resources also include links to webinars and video tutorials to use Cat Plus to identify at risk and vulnerable patients.
Worked examples, links to webinars and recipes
Multiple pages and links
The National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’, provides information and advice for vaccine storage management for Australian immunisation service providers.
Guiding Principles for maintaining immunisation services during COVID-19 pandemic. Immunisation providers will need to adapt their procedures and practice to comply with measures in place, including physical distancing, to reduce the transmission of COVID-19.