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- A Call to Action for the New Decade of Vaccines
This article, published in The Lancet, argues that there is a moral imperative to make vaccines widely available on an equitable basis. The authors lay out a call to action for the new decade of vaccines, which embraces four key elements. …
Author: Moxon ER, Das P, Greenwood B, et al.
- Calling the Shots: A Review of Global Immunisation Initiatives and Future Priorities
This report reviews the successes and challenges of current global immunization programs, with a particular focus on: pneumonia, diarrheal disease, polio, measles, and rubella. It argues that while there is much to be applauded, there is a funding …
Author: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
- Cambodia: "Coverage Improvement Planning" Pays Off
This report discusses the work of PATH's Children's Vaccine Program and the Australian International Health Institute of the University of Melbourne to provide technical assistance with immunization programming to Cambodia, including the …
- Can Successful Vaccines Teach Us How to Induce Efficient Protective Immune Responses?
This article, published in Nature Medicine, reviews current successful vaccines and identifies their mechanisms of protection in the hopes of tackling the challenges posed by those infectious targets that have thus far escaped successful …
Author: Lambert PH, Liu M, Siegrist CA
- Can We Defeat Meningococcal Disease in Low and Middle Income Countries?
This article, published in Vaccine, discusses the challenges of achieving control of meningococcal disease in low- and middle-income countries. The authors argue that in low-income countries the main challenge is a lack of sufficient epidemiological …
Author: Greenwood B, Chiarot E, MacLennan CA, O'Ryan M
- Can We, Should We, Eradicate the Meningococcus?
The authors of this article, published in Vaccine, discuss how the introduction of vaccines against Neisseria meningitidis raises the question of whether disease caused by this obligate human bacterium can be controlled, eliminated, or even …
Author: Maiden MC, Frosch M
- Canadian Immunization Guide
This comprehensive and regularly updated manual deals with a wide range of scientific and clinical issues relating to child, adult, and traveler immunization. Information is provided on vaccine safety, immunization recommendations, and specific …
Author: Public Health Agency of Canada
- Care and Repair of Refrigerators for Vaccine Storage
This set of 17 training modules, developed for refrigerator technicians, includes handbooks on different types of refrigerators, as well as courses on service and repair techniques, repair work, and stocking spare parts, among others.
Author: World Health Organization
- Carriage of Neisseria Meningitidis in 2 - 29 Years Old in Mali, Senegal and The Gambia
This poster, presented at the 16th International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference in the Netherlands, discusses a study that aimed to provide preliminary information regarding meningococcal carriage in West Africa and on the effect on …
Author: Caugant DA, Tamboura B, Tapia M, et al.
- A Case for Better Immunization Information Systems
This evidence brief discusses the rationale for improving immunization information systems and describes user experiences with different types of systems. It also provides advice on feasibility in different contexts. It draws on evidence gathered …
Author: PATH, World Health Organization
- The Case for Developing and Deploying an Open Source Electronic Logistics Management Information System
This white paper makes the case for why logistics management information systems (LMIS) should be used to manage the distribution of pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and medical products. Health information users and stakeholders in low- and middle-income …
- The Case for Investment in Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli Vaccines
This market assessment aims to increase the awareness of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies worldwide about the opportunities and potential markets that exist for low-cost and effective vaccines against enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli …
Author: PATH; BIO Ventures for Global Health
- Center for Vaccine Ethics & Policy
The Center for Vaccine Ethics & Policy is a program of the New York University Medical School's Division of Medical Ethics, The Wistar Institute Vaccine Center, and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia's Vaccine Education Center. Formed in …
Author: Center for Vaccine Ethics & Policy
- Cervical Cancer Action: 2007 to 2014 . . . and Beyond
This briefing paper highlights Cervical Cancer Action's accomplishments and global milestones, engagements and country support, and plans for future investment. It includes a detailed timeline which spans from 2007 to 2013 and a map of the rapid …
Author: Cervical Cancer Action
- Cervical Cancer, Cervical Dysplasia, Genital Warts: The Pathogenesis and Clinical Outcomes of HPV Anogenital Infections
This technical six-minute animation explains what HPV is, shows how it infects human tissue, and how disease progresses. It also provides disease burden information specific to HPV and cervical cancer.
Author: Sanofi Pasteur MSD
- Cervical Cancer, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), and HPV vaccines: Key Points for Policy-Makers and Health Professionals
HPV vaccines address a critical public health need, and will be an important element of a comprehensive cervical cancer control strategy. Ensuring universal access to HPV vaccination, screening, and treatment services will be key to reducing the …
Author: World Health Organization
- Cervical Cancer Prevention Action Planner
This interactive tool is designed for public health officials seeking guidance and resources related to developing evidence-based cervical cancer prevention programs in their countries. It includes video mini-lectures and other films, impact models, …
- Cervical Cancer Prevention and HPV Vaccines
This fact sheet outlines the types of support the GAVI Alliance offers for the introduction of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines in eligible countries. It also links to the specific requirements for country applications.
Author: GAVI Alliance
- Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Millennium Development Goals
This article, published in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, explores how scaled-up cervical cancer prevention activities, including introduction of the new HPV vaccines and increased access to precancer screening and treatment, can …
Author: Wittet S, Tsu V
- Cervical Cancer Prevention at PATH: Two Decades of Progress Toward a World Free of HPV-Related Cancers
This report describes PATH's key cervical cancer prevention initiatives, which include providing technical assistance with human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine program strategy and planning to low- and middle-income countries.
- Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings: Practical Experience From PATH
From 2006 to 2011, PATH conducted human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination demonstration projects in India, Peru, Uganda, and Vietnam to provide evidence for decision-making about public-sector introduction of HPV vaccines. This report examines the …
- Cervical Cancer: The Real Lady Killer
This film in the BBC’s "Kill or Cure?" series uncovers the challenges of preventing and treating cervical cancer in Africa and highlights exciting new opportunities for dramatically reducing the toll of disease. The BBC crew follows Sarah …
Author: PATH, Rockhopper Productions
- Challenges Faced by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative
After the World Health Assembly resolved in 1988 to eradicate wild poliovirus (WPV) transmission globally by 2000, dramatic progress in reducing polio cases and increasing the number of countries that interrupted indigenous WPV transmission was …
Author: Wassilak S, Orenstein W
- Challenges in Developing a Pediatric RSV Vaccine
There is currently no approved respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine, and the goal of preventing RSV-associated illness in the general population remains unmet. The authors of this article, published in Human Vaccines, discuss the challenges …
Author: Schickli JH, Dubovsky F, Tang RS
- Changes in Hospitalisations for Acute Gastroenteritis in Australia After the National Rotavirus Vaccination Program
This retrospective analysis, published in the Medical Journal of Australia, found a sustained and substantial decline in rotavirus hospitalizations as well as hospitalizations for diarrhea of any cause following national vaccine …
Author: Dey A, Wang H, Menzies R, Macartney K