07 Feb 2018

National Immunisation Training Minimum Standards

Public Health England publishes update for Registered Healthcare Practitioners National Immunisation Training Minimum Standards

On 7 February 2018, Public Health England published their amended National Minimum Standards and Core Curriculum for Immunisation Training for Registered Healthcare Practitioners.

This is a revised version of the original standards published by the Health Protection Agency in 2005 and incorporates both Minimum Standards and the Core Curriculum in one document. The overall aim of this publication is to define minimum training requirements for all practitioners engaging in any aspect of immunisation, so they can confidently, competently, safely and effectively promote and administer vaccinations.

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Regional insect and tick bite information

New regional risk information is available on the NaTHNaC Country Information pages Read more

Hepatitis A vaccination: temporary recommendations - update

Public Health England have updated travel recommendations and dose sparing advice for adult and paediatric hepatitis A vaccines Read more

Travelling to celebrate Pride?

A reminder for travellers to international Pride events to be aware of sexual health risks Read more

Country requirements for an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP): key changes for 2018

TravelHealthPro has been updated to reflect updates to yellow fever recommendations and certificate requirements Read more

Imported malaria cases in the United Kingdom in 2017

Public Health England publishes 2017 imported UK malaria cases Read more
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