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Disease: Japanese encephalitis

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Introducing New Vaccines Into Developing Countries: Obstacles, Opportunities, and Complexities

This commentary, published in Nature Medicine, reviews current trends that may affect whether the most promising of the 350 vaccine candidates under development will eventually be used in programs for the poor in developing countries. It also …

Author: Clemens J, Jodar L

Publication date: 2005

Japanese Encephalitis

This web page provides a comprehensive overview of the disease including prevention tips, recommendations for vaccine use, signs and symptoms, and a geographic distribution of the Japanese encephalitis virus.

Author: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Japanese Encephalitis

This web page provides information on Japanese encephalitis (JE) , including how the disease is transmitted, how it affects people, and methods of prevention including vaccination. Also on this page are links to the World Health Organization …

Author: World Health Organization

Japanese Encephalitis

This fact sheet provides an overview of Japanese encephalitis, including information on disease transmission, symptoms, treatment, and prevention, including an overview of currently available vaccines.

Author: World Health Organization

Publication date: 2014

Japanese Encephalitis Activities: Focusing on Control in China and Beyond

A summary of the JE Project's work in China to evaluate and strengthen JE control. Information is also provided on PATH's partnership with the Chinese manufacturer of a safe and affordable JE vaccine.

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2007

Japanese Encephalitis: An Orphan Disease Comes of Age

Published in Immunization Forum, a publication of the GAVI Alliance, this article discusses JE, including surveillance and reporting of the disease as well as prevention and treatment.

Author: GAVI Alliance; The Vaccine Fund

Publication date: 2004

Japanese Encephalitis: Control of the Disease

This slide presentation provides an overview of the control of JE and prevention of JE through immunization.

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2007

Japanese Encephalitis Disease Surveillance

This fact sheet summarizes efforts to develop and apply standardized surveillance methods to estimate the burden of JE disease in endemic regions. Reliable disease burden data will help policymakers as they consider JE vaccine introduction to …

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2009

Japanese Encephalitis Morbidity, Mortality, and Disability: Reduction and Control by 2015

This strategic plan, prepared by PATH from the contributions of 17 partner organizations, provides details on priority activities that must be sustained for continued momentum in Japanese encephalitis (JE) control, including improved …

Author: PATH, Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, BIKEN, et al.

Publication date: 2009

Japanese Encephalitis: Surveillance and Immunization in Asia and the Western Pacific, 2016

This article, published in the Weekly Epidemiological Record, provides a summary of current Japanese encephalitis (JE) surveillance and immunization programs in Asia and the Western Pacific. Since 2012, funding for JE immunization has become …

Author: Heffelfinger JD, Li X, Batmunkh N, et al.

Publication date: 2017

Japanese Encephalitis Surveillance in Cambodia

An update on surveillance activities in Cambodia supported by PATH's JE Project.

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2007

Japanese Encephalitis Surveillance in Indonesia

An update on surveillance activities in Indonesian districts supported by PATH's JE Project.

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2007

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination Campaign, India

This fact sheet provides an overview of the strategy and outcomes of the 2006 mass immunization campaigns to introduce the SA 14-14-2 vaccine in India's high risk districts. More than 9 million children were reached through this landmark effort.

Author: PATH; Government of India

Publication date: 2006

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine Introduction

This fact sheet summarizes PATH’s collaboration with governments and local partners to help bring JE vaccines to endemic, developing countries, including Cambodia, India, Nepal, and North Korea. The fact sheet is an excerpt from a larger, …

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2009

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine Introduction: A 1-Day Training Program

This ten-session lesson plan maps a one-day vaccine introduction training program using existing PATH materials on the SA 14-14-2 Japanese encephalitis (JE) vaccine. Topics include facts about JE, administering the SA 14-14-2 JE vaccine, possible …

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2008

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine Introduction and Sustainability in the Mekong Region

This fact sheet summarizes PATH's work to support lifesaving Japanese encephalitis vaccine delivery and access efforts across the Mekong region, including identifying an affordable vaccine, providing technical and manufacturing support to the …

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2017

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccines - WHO Position Paper

This report, published in the Weekly Epidemiological Record, summarizes essential background information on Japanese encephalitis (JE) disease and vaccines and gives the current World Health Organization (WHO) position on the use of JE vaccines in …

Author: World Health Organization

Publication date: 2006

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccines: WHO Position Paper – February 2015

This article, published in the Weekly Epidemiological Record, provides an updated recommendation from the World Health Organization on the use of Japanese encephalitis (JE) vaccines, replacing their earlier recommendation from 2006. The article …

Author: World Health Organization

Publication date: 2015

Japanese Encephalitis—Questions and Answers

This web page provides answers to some of the most common questions about Japanese encephalitis.

Author: PATH

JE Clinical Care Guidelines

These guidelines are intended for use in the clinical management of acutely ill children with symptoms suggesting meningitis or encephalitis. Local adaptation of these guidelines is encouraged.

Author: PATH

Publication date: 2006

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