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Topic: Advocacy and communications

Total results with these characteristics: 157

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The Global Vaccine Safety Initiative (GVSI)

The Global Vaccine Safety Initiative (GVSI) is a global collaborative effort to ensure that everyone everywhere can be protected from serious infectious diseases with minimal untoward effects from the best available vaccines. This website provides a …

Author: World Health Organization

Health Care Waste Management Resources

PATH has gathered available resources on health care waste management to provide easy access to the information. This web page is intended to serve as a resource for countries and programs working to improve health care waste management.

Author: Various

Helping Young People Become Youth Advocates for Immunization

Written for teachers and youth group leaders, this 24-page paper is full of practical ideas for teaching children and young adults about infectious disease, immunization, and injection safety and for encouraging them to promote immunization in their …

Author: PATH

Published: 2000

The Hepatitis B Foundation

A US-based, non-profit organization dedicated to the cause and cure of hepatitis B through research, education, and patient advocacy.

Author: The Hepatitis B Foundation

Hepatitis B Vaccination

This web page provides links to information about hepatitis B disease and vaccines, issues around vaccine safety, and many additional links to detailed materials for health professionals. 

Author: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Published: 2008

Hepatitis B Vaccine Introduction: Lessons Learned in Advocacy, Communication, and Training

This five-page paper summarizes lessons learned as a result of over ten years' experience introducing hepatitis B vaccine worldwide.

Author: PATH

Published: 2001

Hib Vaccination

This page on the CDC website provides an overview of Hib disease and links and information on the Hib vaccine. The web page also has sections containing information especially geared for health professionals and the media.

Author: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Published: 2008

How to Manage Parents Unsure About Immunization

Guidance on addressing parents' concerns and educating them on the benefits of childhood immunization. From the Canadian Journal of CME.

Author: Halperin S

Published: 2000

HPV Vaccine Communication: Special Considerations for a Unique Vaccine

This report presents communication guidance and specific considerations for countries that plan to introduce human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine into their national immunization program. HPV vaccine is unique for many reasons, and the report aims to …

Author: World Health Organization

Published: 2013

HPV Vaccine Introduction Clearing House

This web page is a one-stop shop to find publications, tools, and other important resources on the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. Its goal is to help guide HPV vaccine policy, program, and communications managers to develop successful …

Author: World Health Organization

HPV Vaccines and Cancer in the U.S.

This issue module provides access to the most recent research and information available on human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine utilization, costs, and policies, with a specific focus on the United States. It provides overviews on cervical cancer, HPV …

Author: The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Published: 2012

Immunisation for All: No Child Left Behind

This report identifies country-level strategies to reach the one in five children that are missing out on basic vaccinations. It also identifies factors at the global level that will help to create a more conducive environment for countries to …

Author: Save the Children

Published: 2012

Immunization and Child Health Materials Development Guide

A practical, "how-to" manual for conducting audience research and developing effective, user-appropriate print, audio, video, and computer-based health education materials.

Author: PATH

Published: 2001

Immunization: At a Glance

This fact sheet lays out the three key reasons that immunization should be a high priority in developing countries and charts out key objectives, interventions, targeted beneficiaries, and outcome measures for successful immunization programs. …

Author: World Bank

Published: 2001

Immunization Financing Options: A Resource for Policymakers

These user-friendly briefing sheets, prepared by the World Bank and intended for policymakers in Ministries of Health, Finance, Planning and Investment, outline options for financing national immunization services.

Author: GAVI Alliance

Published: 2002

Immunize Canada

This partnership of nongovernmental, professional, health, consumer, government, and private-sector organizations aims to promote the understanding and use of vaccines recommended by Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization. Its goal is …

Author: Immunize Canada

Impact of Antivaccine Movements on Pertussis Control: The Untold Story

To assess the impact of antivaccine movements that targeted pertussis whole-cell vaccines, the researchers compared pertussis incidence in countries where high coverage with diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccines (DTP) was maintained with countries …

Author: Gangarosa EJ, Galazka AM, Wolfe CR, et al.

Published: 1998

The Imperative for Stronger Vaccine Supply and Logistics Systems

This article, published in Vaccine, asserts that over the next decade vaccine supply and logistics systems in nearly all developing countries will require significant investments of time and resources from global and national partners, donors, and …

Author: Zaffran M, Vandelaer J, Kristensen D, et al.

Published: 2013

Incentives and Innovative Financing for Global Health Product Development

This fact sheet explores different incentives and innovative financing mechanisms and their role in the development of global health products, including vaccines. In addition to providing an overview of the different options available, it also …

Author: Global Health Technologies Coalition

Published: 2010

Increasing Immunization Coverage in Uganda: The Community Problem-solving and Strategy Development Approach

This short paper describes in some detail how Ugandan communities were involved in improving immunization services. The paper includes an annex with common questions posed by community members, and suggested answers, in both English and French.

Author: BASICS II, Uganda Ministry of Health

Published: 2003

An Integrated Approach to Confronting Diarrheal Disease

This briefing paper provides an overview of the tools and interventions involved with an integrated approach to diarrheal disease control, including vaccines, oral rehydration therapy, breastfeeding, and zinc treatment. The document also advocates …

Author: PATH

Published: 2011

An Introduction to Advocacy--A Training Guide

This well-written and formatted, 130-page training manual provides tools to help people engage in the advocacy process. Though written specifically for an African audience, the guide can be used anywhere. The full guide has been divided into three …

Author: US Agency for International Development

Investing in Stronger Vaccine Supply Chains: Reaching Children With Immunization, Saving Lives

This brochure describes how advances in vaccine supply chain systems can accelerate the delivery of lifesaving immunizations to people who need them. The document offers recommendations for global policymakers to support countries in building more …

Author: PATH

Published: 2012

Is Immunisation Child Protection?

This article, published in The Lancet, argues that the failure of parental acceptance of safe and effective vaccination could be the biggest hurdle to realization of successful development and implementation of vaccines in the coming decades. The …

Author: Finn A, Savulescu J

Published: 2011

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.

Published: 2009

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