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

Immunisation For All Ages argues that preventative interventions, such as existing vaccines need to be at the forefront of public health initiatives to support health systems form COVID-19 pressures.

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When flu season comes, there is a possibility that the world will be dealing with two respiratory viruses at the same time – flu and COVID-19. This could be a double challenge for health care systems worldwide. On 2 July ESWI will be hosting its fourth webinar in a series: Cornerstones of pandemic preparedness and urgent actions.

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The International Federation on Ageing (IFA), and the Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) along with various leading UK patient and health advocacy organisations have recently published a consensus statement and report produced from findings from an expert meeting: “Forum to Explore the Role of Patient Organisations in Vaccination”. The materials produced from the meeting place focus on the important role UK advocacy organisations play in promoting health through vaccination, and what barriers exist that must be addressed. 

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Recent Posts

In light of World immunisation Week, Immunisation For All Ages (IFAA) are calling on national and international health and advocacy organisations and governments to:

  • Prioritise prevention
  • Ensure access for all
  • Reduce inequity

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This World Immunisation Week, Immunisation for All Ages (IFAA) supports the World Health Organization’s (WHO) statement that, “at all ages, vaccines save lives and keep us safe”[I] and calls upon professional, patient and advocacy organisations, together with all levels of government to increase their investment in prevention policy that supports immunisation at all stages of life.

 

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Throughout World Immunisation Week from the 24 April to 1 May the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSTHM) will be hosting a series of webinars on vaccines throughout the life-course. As part of this series they will be holding a webinar onPrevention and vaccines in the elderlyat on 30 April, 1.45pm BST. 

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