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Linked Workshop: Strengthening the Delivery of Immunisation Services through PHC Platforms

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Exploring good practices and approaches to address a range of service delivery challenges that represent a risk to sustaining and increasing routine vaccination coverage.

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Countries who have integrated immunisation and primary health care services or are considering doing so can adapt the good practices and country experiences shared during this learning engagement to strengthen service delivery and maintain,

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Considerations for Integrating COVID-19 Vaccination into Immunisation Programmes and Primary Health Care for 2022 and Beyond

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Understanding the key considerations for integrating COVID-19 vaccination into immunisation programme services, primary health care, and other relevant health services.

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National and subnational public health planners, immunisation programme managers responsible for COVID-19 vaccination and/or essential programmes on immunisation (EPI), those overseeing PHC programmes, and global,

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Linked Countries Learn from Australia, Bhutan, and Vietnam About the Potential Benefits and Challenges in Implementing Electronic Immunisation Registries

Authors: Dhanusha Nirmani, Alex Regan, Annette Ozaltin, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya

This blog is also available in Russian.

The Linked Immunisation Action Network (Linked) brought together nearly 60 immunisation and primary health care practitioners from 10 middle-income countries (MICs) – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Georgia, Indonesia, Kiribati, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste, Uzbekistan,

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Webinar Series: Gender Barriers to Immunisation

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Understanding the importance of addressing gender inequity as part of health systems strengthening, through efforts at community level as well as in each tier of the health system.

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Community and other country stakeholders  can use these webinar materials to learn how to conduct a gender analysis within broader coverage and equity assessments (CEA).

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Guiding Principles for Recovering, Building Resiliency, and Strengthening of Immunisation in 2022 and Beyond

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Understanding global recommendations for recovering, building resiliency, and strengthening of immunisation programmes.

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These guiding principles should be used by country decision-makers in their decision-making and actions regarding immunisation recovery,

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Linked Learning Engagement: Benefits and Implementation Considerations for Electronic Immunisation Registries (EIRs)

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Understanding the benefits and challenges of electronic immunisation registries.

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Effective and accurate reporting systems are key to  sustainable and equitable coverage. Country stakeholders can take some of the lessons learned from others to facilitate a smooth transition from paper-based to electronic systems.

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The Linked Immunisation Action Network held a virtual learning engagement for countries in the Asia Pacific and Europe-Central Asia regions to gain a deeper understanding of electronic immunisation registries.

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EPI Mid-Level Management Online Training

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Learning the essential technical and managerial skills needed to run an immunisation programme at any level.

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Individuals can take these 15 interactive online courses to gain hands-on practice that will enable them to have the knowledge and skills to manage a national immunisation programme.

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Advance your career by learning the essential technical and managerial skills needed to run an immunisation programme at any level.

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Linked Practitioner Perspective: Sri Lanka’s Experience Mobilizing the Military Medical Services for COVID-19 Response

The Ministry of Health (MoH) and Military Medical Services in Sri Lanka worked side-by-side to ensure health workers were able to continue providing routine immunisation and other primary health care services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We recently sat down with Col. Dr. Saveen Semage, former Deputy Director, Sri Lanka Army Preventive Medical Services and Consultant Community Physician, Sri Lanka Army Medical Services to hear about the country’s experiences with its blended civil-military response to the pandemic.

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Mobilizing the Military Medical Services for COVID-19 Response: How Sri Lanka’s Joint Civil-Military Efforts Relieved Health Workers and Ensured Continuance of Routine Immunisation

Author: Christina Shaw

Governments around the world have relied on an arsenal of strategies to combat the COVID-19 virus, while simultaneously trying to meet the demands of routine immunisation activities. One such strategy used in many regions to support national health systems was the deployment of emergency responders, military, and other security personnel. These groups can play a crucial role in strengthening emergency response capacity,

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Factors Affecting COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Healthcare Providers in 23 Countries

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Understanding the hesitancy and acceptance rates of COVID-19 vaccines among healthcare providers.

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Country stakeholders can use the findings to understand the reasons for vaccine hesitancy among healthcare providers and what interventions would help encourage those who are hesitant to vaccinate.

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To help address the lack of global data regarding COVID-19 vaccine acceptance/hesitancy among various cadres of healthcare providers,

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