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Immunisation Coalition

Immunisation Coalition is a not for profit organisation, and is the leading voice in whole-of-life immunisation in Australia, protecting all Australians against communicable diseases.

Immunisation Coalition collaborates with like-minded organisations such as Primary Health Networks (PHNs), Public Health Units, Government health departments and other groups that fight vaccine hesitancy.

Immunisation Coalition is a champion for immunisation education, providing timely, accurate and scientifically informed information about vaccines and the diseases they prevent.

Immunisation Coalition:

  • creates awareness, provides evidence-based information
  • provides educational resources free of intellectual property
  • holds scientific meetings and educational forums on Influenza and adult vaccination

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Last reviewed: April 2018

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Immunisation Coalition | Flu Videos - Immunisation Coalition

For easy to follow, up to date and practical information about the flu. Watch these videos, and make sure to share them with your family and friends.

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Immunisation Coalition | Be smart about pneumococcal disease - Immunisation Coalition

Pneumococcal Disease Facts

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Immunisation Coalition | Who's at risk? - Immunisation Coalition

Those who are at risk of complication from influenza include people over 65, pregnant women and people with chronic health conditions. Free vaccines are available for people with an increased risk.

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Immunisation Coalition | Pneumococcal Disease Facts - Immunisation Coalition

Pneumococcal Disease Facts

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Immunisation Coalition | Influenza and Children - Immunisation Coalition

Influenza is the leading cause of hospitalisation among Australian children under five. Vaccination is the most effective way of protecting them against influenza.

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Immunisation Coalition | Shingles - Immunisation Coalition

Shingles (herpes zoster) is caused by the same virus responsible for chicken pox. The virus can lay dormant in your body before being reactivated later in life to cause shingles.

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Immunisation Coalition | Fact Sheets Archives - Immunisation Coalition

Flu Fact Sheet Facts for: Flu facts influenza

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Immunisation Coalition | Immunisations Facts - Immunisation Coalition

The simple immunisation fact is that vaccines will keep you healthy. When you skip vaccines you leave yourself and others vulnerable to infectious diseases.

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Immunisation Coalition | Immunisation Coalition Publications Archives - Immunisation Coalition

Vaccination Guide Facts for:

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Immunisation Coalition | Pneumococcal Disease - Immunisation Coalition

The bacteria that causes Pneumococcal disease lives in the throats of healthy people and can cause serious illness such as pneumonia, otitis media and meningitis.

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