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Lotter K, Regan AK, Thomas T, Effler PV, Mak DB (2017)

Antenatal influenza and pertussis vaccine uptake among Aboriginal mothers in Western Australia.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; Early view(

Thornton RB, Kirkham LS, Corscadden KJ, Wiertsema SP, Fuery A, Jones BJ, Coates HL, Vijayasekaran S, Zhang G, Keil A, Richmond PC (2017)

Australian Aboriginal children with otitis media have reduced antibody titres to specific nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae vaccine antigens.

Clinical and Vaccine Immunology; 24(4): e00556-16


Cheng AC, Holmes M, Dwyer DE, Irving LB, Korman TM, Senanayake S, Macartney KK, Blyth CC, Brown S, Waterer GW, Hewer R, Friedman ND, Wark PA, Simpson G, Upham JW, Bowler SD, Lessing A, Kotsimbos T, Kelly PM (2016)

Influenza epidemiology in patients admitted to sentinel Australian hospitals in 2015: the Influenza Complications Alert Network.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 40(4): E521-E526

Dalton CB, Carlson SJ, Durrheim DN, Butler MT, Cheng AC, Kelly HA (2016)

Flutracking weekly online community survey of influenza-like illness annual report, 2015.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 40(4): E512-E520

Dyda A, Karki S, Hayen A, MacIntyre CR, Menzies R, Banks E, Kaldor JM, Liu B (2016)

Influenza and pneumococcal vaccination in Australian adults: a systematic review of coverage and factors associated with uptake.

BMC Infectious Diseases; 16: 515

Retrieved 26 September 2016 from

Glynn-Robinson A, Pennington K, Toms C, Enhanced Invasive Pneumococcal Disease Surveillance Working Group (2016)

Invasive pneumococcal disease surveillance, 1 April to 30 June 2016.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 40(4): E564-E568

Li-Kim-Moy J, Yin J, Patel C, Beard FH, Chiu C, Macartney KK, McIntyre PB (2016)

Australian vaccine preventable disease epidemiological review series: Influenza 2006 to 2015.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 40(4): E482-E495

Moberley SA, Lawrence J, Johnston V, Andrews RM (2016)

Influenza vaccination coverage among pregnant Indigenous women in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 40(23): E340-E346

Regan AK, Mak DB, Thomas T, Effler PV (2016)

Seasonal influenza vaccination 
in Aboriginal children in Western 
Australia in 2015.

Australian Family Physician; 45(10): 641-642


Chidgzey PJ, Davis S, Williams P, Reeve C (2015)

An outbreak of influenza A (H1N1) virus in a remote Aboriginal community post-pandemic: implications for pandemic planning and health service policy.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; 39(1): 15–20

O’Grady K-A F, Dunbar M, Medlin LG, Hall KK, Toombs M, Meiklejohn J, McHugh L, Massey PD, Creighton A, Andrews RM (2015)

Uptake of influenza vaccination in pregnancy amongst Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women: a mixed-methods pilot study.

BMC Research Notes; 8: 169

Retrieved 29 April 2015 from

Parkes H (2015)

Uptake of influenza vaccination by pregnant women in the Northern Territory.

Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin; 22(4): 11-14

Wan Sai Cheong J, Smith H, Heney C, Robson J, Schlebusch S, Fu J, Nourse C (2015)

Trends in the epidemiology of invasive Haemophilus influenzae disease in Queensland, Australia from 2000 to 2013: what is the impact of an increase in invasive non-typable H. influenzae (NTHi)?.

Epidemiology and Infection; FirstView Article(


Cheng AC, Dwyer DE, Holmes M, Irving LB, Brown SGA, Waterer GW, Korman TM, Hunter C, Hewagama S, Friedman ND, Wark PA, Simpson G, Upham JW, Bowler SD, Senenayake SN, Kotsimbos TC, Kelly PM (2014)

Influenza epidemiology, vaccine coverage and vaccine effectiveness in sentinel Australian hospitals in 2013: the Influenza Complications Alert Network.

Communicable Diseases Intelligence; 38(2): E143-E149

McCaw JM, Glass K, Mercer GN, McVernon J (2014)

Pandemic controllability: a concept to guide a proportionate and flexible operational response to future influenza pandemics.

Journal of Public Health; 36(1): 5-12

O’Kearney E, Edwards K (2014)

A project plan to increase influenza vaccine uptake in children who are at risk of complications following influenza in the NT.

Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin; 21(1): 5-7

Smith-Vaughan HC, Chang AB, Sarovisch DS, Marsh RL, Grimwood K, Leach AJ, Price EP (2014)

Absence of an important vaccine and diagnostic target in carriage- and disease-related nontypeable haemophilus influenzae.

Clinical and Vaccine Immunology; 21(9): 250-252


Cheng AC, Holmes M, Irving LB, Brown SGA, Waterer GW, Korman TM, Friedman ND, Senanayake S, Dwyer DE, Brady S, Simpson G, Wood-Baker R, Upham J, Paterson D, Jenkins C, Wark P, Kelly PM, Kotsimbos T (2013)

Influenza vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation with confirmed influenza in the 2010–11 seasons: a test-negative observational study.

PLOS ONE; 8(7): 1-8

Communicable Disease Network Australia (2013)

Haemophilus influenza type b invasive infection: CDNA national guidelines for public health units.

Canberra: Australian Department of Health

The purpose of these guidelines is to provide nationally consistent guidance to public health units in responding to a notifiable disease event of Haemophilus influenza type b invasive infection. These guidelines capture the knowledge of experienced professionals, and provide guidance on best practice based upon the best available evidence at the time of completion.

Abstract adapted from Communicable Disease Network Australia

Last updated: 15 January 2018
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