Pandemic Influenza Vaccines Course:
National Deployment and Vaccination Plans

anytime, online.

National deployment and vaccination plans for pandemic influenza vaccines represent an important foundation for an effective and efficient pandemic influenza deployment response, which should be reflected in successful vaccination of the target population with no vaccine wastage and optimal operational efficiency. 

Through a series of short video lectures, this course provides a concise and easily accessible overview of planning considerations for countries to develop and update their national deployment and vaccination plans on the use and deployment of pandemic influenza vaccines. The course also encloses short quizzes to test your knowledge. It targets professionals in the public and private sectors who are responsible for planning and managing deployment and vaccination operations at all levels as well as WHO headquarters, regional and in-country personnel that could be involved in pandemic influenza vaccine deployment activities. 

Course duration: Approximately 1 hour.

Certificates: A record of achievement will be provided to participants who score 80% or higher on each assessment.

General Information
Date: anytime

Location:
online

For more information and detailed program visit the website.


Published in GI-Mail 07/2021 (English / German edition).

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