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Hull B, Dey A, Menzies R, McIntyre P (2013)

Annual immunisation coverage report, 2010.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 37(1): E21-E39

Naidu L, Chiu C, Habig A, Lowbridge C, Jayasinghe S, Wang H, McIntyre P, Menzies R (2013)

Vaccine preventable diseases and vaccination coverage in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Australia 2006–2010.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 37(December 2013 supplement): S1-S92


Hull B, Dey A, Campbell-Lloyd S, Menzies RI, McIntyre PB (2011)

NSW annual immunisation coverage report, 2010.

NSW Public Health Bulletin; 22(10): 179-195

Hull B, Dey A, Mahajan D, Menzies R, McIntyre PB (2011)

Immunisation coverage annual report, 2009.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 35(2): 132-148


Hull BP, Mahajan D, Dey A, Menzies RI, McIntyre PB (2010)

Immunisation coverage annual report, 2008.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 34(3): 241-258


Isaac-Toua G (2009)

Immunisation priorities for OATSIH.

Paper presented at the Second Indigenous immunisation research workshop. 31 July 2009, Sydney


Joseph T, Menzies R, McIntyre P (2006)

Vaccination for our mob.

Sydney: National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, Department of Health and Ageing

This report aims to inform Indigenous communities, Indigenous healthcare workers and planners of immunisation services of the current status and future needs for vaccine prevention in Indigenous people in Australia.

The information regarding each specific disease has been presented as a fact sheet showing:

  • description of the signs and symptoms of the disease
  • most common way disease is transmitted
  • when vaccinations are due
  • vaccine name(s)
  • disease patterns outlining who is most affected by the disease and the mortality and morbidity of the disease (graphs are sometimes used to show age distribution of mortality and morbidity)
  • comments on the data presented.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Last updated: 10 November 2014
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