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 their local communities. As the rollout continues, vaccine safety and adverse event reporting have been coming to the fore for both providers and consumers – and will be key to ensuring ongoing community confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Our next CVU mini virtual event COVID-19 vaccine: reporting and management in Victoria will provide an interactive look at the latest vaccine safety questions around COVID-19 vaccines, as well as a discussion of key guidelines for referring patients for evaluation prior to vaccination (VicSIS) and reporting safety events related to COVID-19 vaccines.
We are excited to welcome our expert VicSIS/SAEFVIC panel including Dr Sally Gordon, Ms Mel Addison, Ms Adele Harris, A/Prof Nigel Crawford, and Prof Jim Buttery for this event.
The session will run for approximately 1.5 hours, including an opportunity for live Q&A from the audience.
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