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This online course provides a comprehensive overview of the complex and ever changing topic of immunisation for those who receipt, administer or manage vaccines in Queensland. It is the foundation course for subsequent immunisation online courses. You will learn what vaccines are made of and how they work in the immune system, how to prepare and administer vaccines, and how to care for patients post vaccination.
This online course provides an overview of the importance of correct vaccine management in clinical settings from ordering to receiving vaccines, managing stock, maintaining cold chain and taking immediate actions in a cold chain breach.
This online course provides an overview of the importance of recording and reporting immunisation data to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR).
You will learn how you can access AIR to check immunisation records, how to report a medical exemption to immunisation to AIR and how to communicate with the register.
This online course provides an overview of the importance of up-to-date immunisations, the objectives of catch-up vaccinations and how the national due and overdue rules for immunisation are used by the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) to determine an individual’s immunisation status.
You will learn about the national due and overdue rules for immunisation and the steps to planning catch-up vaccinations.
A course for those interested in learning about the cold chain requirements for vaccines.
For further information relating to learning packages and midwifery education within CHHHS, contact:
Midwifery Educator | Women's Health Unit | Nursing and Midwifery Education & Research Unit | Cairns & Hinterland Hospital and Health Service
Email | Tel. 07 4226 6470