EXPANDED PROGRAMME ON IMMUNIZATION : Poliomyelitis = PROGRAMME ÉLARGI DE VACCINATION : Poliomyelitis
World Health Organization. (1979). EXPANDED PROGRAMME ON IMMUNIZATION : Poliomyelitis = PROGRAMME ÉLARGI DE VACCINATION : Poliomyelitis. Weekly Epidemiological Record = Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire, 54 (23), 177 - 178. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/222540
JournalWeekly Epidemiological Record = Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire, 54 (23): 177 - 178
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Expanded Programme on Immunization : report on the sixth Meeting of National Programme Managers, Veyrier du Lac France, 23-26 October 1995 Meeting of National EPI Programme Managers (6th: 1995: Veyrier du Lac, France); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/CMDS 94 01/MT03, 1996)Previously controlled infectious diseases, notably diphtheria and poliomyelitis, are re-emerging in part of the WHO European Region. Epidemic control efforts have been only partially successful, and the Region is now falling behind some other WHO regions in the control of vaccine-preventable infections. The main aims of the Sixth Meeting of European National Programme Managers on the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) were to accelerate progress towards full implementation of national vaccine programmes and to review diphtheria and poliomyelitis ...
Vaccine-preventable diseases and immunization programme : programme report and future initiatives 2001-2005 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/05/5051418, 2005)Vaccine-preventable diseases remain an important cause of avoidable disease morbidity and mortality among children the WHO European Region. Although immunization programmes in Member States have been integral parts of their public health services, the success of these programmes has led to the perception that continued strong support might not be necessary to maintain their strength. The challenges facing immunization programmes in the Region include: 1) access to vulnerable groups of children, who may have very little contact with primary health ...