European ADULT IMMUNISATION HUB

IN ASSOCIATION WITH
International Federation on Ageing

About

The European Adult Immunisation Hub is led by the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK). It has been made possible by financial support from Pfizer.

For regular updates, follow the European Adult Immunisation Hub on Twitter at @AImmunisation,
like the Hub’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/adultimmunisation/timeline
and join the Adult Immunisation Linkedin group at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8358969

A database of immunisation providers is available for the countries listed below. Please follow the link to be directed to the database:

France; Germany; Portugal; Spain; The Netherlands; UK.

Latest Posts

Health leaders across the UK have united to urge people aged 65 and over to take advantage of the NHS’s biggest ever flu vaccination programme.

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The number of winter deaths last year hit a record high in more than 40 years. With an estimated 50,100 excess winter deaths in England and Wales in 2017/18 – the highest recorded since winter 1975/76, experts blame the failure of last year’s flu jab to adequately protect members of the public from the influenza virus.

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A group of global experts in longevity and diabetes, including IfA and ILC, have signed a consensus statement outlining that vaccination is a critical element of public health strategy to improve and maintain the health and function of older people with diabetes.

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Recent Posts

MPs say they have been shocked to discover that only 25% of social care staff looking after the elderly and vulnerable are vaccinated against flu.

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Experts in health and infectious diseases will today argue that a combination of antimicrobial resistance, complacency, austerity, climate change, urbanisation and migration are increasing the risk of infectious diseases and pandemics.

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2018 marks the 100th Anniversary of Spanish Flu. The deadly influenza (flu) pandemic infected some 500 million people and resulted in deaths of between 50 and 100 million people.

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