Expanded programme on immunization : report on the 11th meeting of the European Advisory Group, Paris, France 4-6 March 1996
AbstractThe 11th meeting of the European Advisory Group (EAG) was held in Paris from 4 to 6 March 1996. The EAG reviewed its role, function and membership and identified the following priorities: to review the progress and define the constraints of immunization programmes; to recommend approaches for strategies and modifications based on new scientific and practical findings; to advise the Regional office and the Interagency Immunization Coordinating Committee (IICC) on priority areas for action and on matters of special importance for submission to the Regional Committee. The EAG also examined opportunities for its recommendations to be made available widely
European Advisory Group on the WHO Expanded Programme on Immunization. Meeting (11th : 1996: Paris, France) & World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (1996). Expanded programme on immunization : report on the 11th meeting of the European Advisory Group, Paris, France 4-6 March 1996. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108048
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