Courses

  • 2 eLearnings

    AEFI reporting and user guide to the SAEFVIC database

    This training has been designed to educate approved Victorian Specialist Immunisation Service (VicSIS) members on the functionality of the SAEFVIC database. At the completion of the training, the user will be able to:
    • Search for an existing patient in the SAEFVIC database
    • Complete a SAEFVIC report via the SAFEVAC database
    • Review report details and update where applicable
    • Update the 'office use' section of the database
    • Add a 'clinic visit' to a SAEFVIC report following a specialist immunisation clinic consultation
    • Update an existing 'clinic visit' in a SAEFVIC report
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    Clinical Vaccinology Update – 7th December 2020

    This annual event was held virtually, welcoming both domestic and international speakers. Topics included COVID-19 vaccine development and safety, influenza, measles and vaccine communication. For details of the full program please review the course material below.
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    CVU mini – 8th February 2021

    • COVID-19 Vaccines: A Victorian Landscape was the first event in our CVU miniseries for 2021.
    • Our CVU mini's are free events and provide an opportunity for immunisation providers and other health care professionals to be updated on the latest news in the vaccine space.
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    CVU mini – 9th March 2021

    • Our CVU mini's are a series of free webinar sessions for health care professionals. Each CVU mini will provide information on the latest in vaccine news and clinical updates from a range of presenters.
    • This CVU mini will run from 7pm-8:30pm
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    CVU mini – Monday 12th April 2021 (virtual event)

    • Our CVU mini's are a series of free webinar sessions for health care professionals. Each CVU mini will provide information on the latest in vaccine news and clinical updates from a range of presenters.
    • This CVU mini will run from 7pm-8:30pm
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    CVU mini – Monday 26th April 2021 (virtual event)

    Immunisation providers including GP practices, vaccine hubs, pharmacies and other clinics have and will continue to play an important role in delivering COVID-19 vaccinations to…
  • 1 eLearning

    CVU mini – Monday 30th August 2021 (virtual event)

    Understanding important vaccine safety signals in COVID-19 mRNA vaccines This CVU mini virtual event Matters of the heart: Myocarditis and Pericarditis associated with COVID-19 mRNA…
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    CVU mini – Thursday 28th April 2022 (virtual event)

    Thank you for joining our first CVU mini event for the year on Winter preparedness: COVID-19 and influenza. This CVU mini has provided the following…
  • 2 eLearnings

    CVU: 18th and 19th November 2021

    If you attended the Clinical Vaccinology Update on 18th and 19th November 2021 you can view the recordings by clicking below. If you did not…
  • 1 eLearning

    CVU: 18th November 2021

    If you attended the Clinical Vaccinology Update on the 18th November 2021 you can view the recordings by clicking below. If you did not attend…
  • 1 eLearning

    CVU: 19th November 2021

    If you attended the Clinical Vaccinology Update on the 19th November 2021 you can view the recordings by clicking below. If you did not attend…
  • 1 eLearning

    MVEC immunising children and infants webinar

    Welcome to MVEC’s immunising children and infant’s webinar. With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout for ages 5-11 years scheduled to begin in early 2022, and vaccine…
  • 2 eLearnings

    Pharmaceutical Rep: CVU Update: 18 and 19th November 2021

    If you attended the Clinical Vaccinology Update on the 18th and 19th November 2021 you can view the recordings by clicking below. If you did…
  • 1 eLearning

    Pharmaceutical Rep: CVU Update: 18th November 2021

    If you attended the Clinical Vaccinology Update on the 18th November 2021 you can view the recordings by clicking below. If you did not attend…
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    Pharmaceutical Rep: CVU Update: 19th November 2021

    If you attended the Clinical Vaccinology Update on the 19th November 2021 you can view the recordings by clicking below. If you did not attend…
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    Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration (SIRVA)

    This course has been designed to provide information on Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration, SIRVA. At the completion of this course the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Identify what SIRVA is and how to prevent it with correct vaccine administration
    • Identify how SIRVA is diagnosed and treated
    • Recognise anatomical landmarks used to identify correct injection sites
    • Identify how to report SIRVA
         
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    Special clinical feature event – Tuesday 20th April 2021 (virtual event)

    In light of the change in recommendation regarding the administration of COVID-19 AstraZeneca in those under 50 years, we are excited to be hosting a…
  • 1 eLearning

    The MVEC Conversation: myocarditis/pericarditis following mRNA vaccines

    Following on from our CVU mini virtual event: Matters of the heart: myocarditis and pericarditis associated with COVID-19 mRNA vaccination, The Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre…
  • 2 eLearnings

    The MVEC Conversation: Vaccine Confidence

    Promoting confidence and trust in COVID-19 vaccines is critical to​ achieving vaccine acceptance and uptake. As a trusted source of information on vaccines, general practitioners,…
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    Use of Multi-dose Vials

    This course has been designed to demonstrate the safe preparation and storage of vaccines from multi-dose vials. At the completion of this course, the immunisation provider will be able to:
    • Correctly prepare vaccines from multi-dose vials that require reconstitution
    • Correctly prepare vaccines from multi-dose vials that do not require reconstitution
    • Identify the principles of infection prevention and control required when accessing multi-dose vials
    • Identify the importance of labelling and storage of multi-dose vials
    • Understand the difference between an expiry date and a use by date
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