School-based vaccination in NSW.

  title={School-based vaccination in NSW.},
  author={Kirsten F Ward and Robert Menzies and Helen E Quinn and Sue Campbell-Lloyd},
  journal={New South Wales public health bulletin},
  volume={21 9-10},
Over the past decade the number of recommended and funded vaccines for adolescents has increased, becoming a substantial part of the National Immunisation Program in Australia. In response, NSW has implemented disease-specific vaccination campaigns for both children and adolescents and more recently established a routine high school-based vaccination program to administer vaccines to this often hard to reach group. This paper outlines the history of school-based vaccination in NSW from its… CONTINUE READING

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