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Catch-up Requirements in Clinical Practice Including Special Risk Groups

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Catch-up Requirements in Clinical Practice Including Special Risk Groups
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Providing catch-up vaccination is an important component of maintaining individual and herd immunity within the community. Opportunistic vaccination is important and should be undertaken at every opportunity. Completing catch-up schedules can be very complex, particularly if it is not completed regularly. This live CPD module offers a refresher on catch-up principles and how to apply these to clinical situations. Most of this session will be focussed on completing catch-up schedules across the life span. At the end of the live webinar, you will be able to have some practice in developing a catch-up schedule. Date: 24th of May 2023 Time: 4-6pm AEST

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Catch-up requirements in clinical practice

Providing catch-up vaccination is an important component of maintaining individual and herd immunity within the community. Opportunistic vaccination is important and should be undertaken at every opportunity. Completing catch-up schedules can be very complex, particularly if it is not completed regularly. This live CPD module offers a refresher on catch-up principles and how to apply these to clinical situations. Most of this session will be focussed on completing catch-up schedules across the life span. At the end of the live webinar, you will be able to have some practice in developing a catch-up schedule.
45.00
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Paid Content Paid Content

Members: $0.00

Non-Members: $45.00

Content Type: Elearning module

CPD Hours: 3.00

Created: Tuesday, 04 April 2023

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Area/s of Study

  • Immunisation

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