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.
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A database of immunisation providers is available for the countries listed below. Please follow the link to be directed to the database:
Following on from The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) meeting on “Fighting the flu targeted awareness” in Berlin, IFA have launched a new video produced by eHealth Digital Media and IFPMA. Outlining the importance of influenza vaccination, the video is presented by Dr Bram Palache, who makes the case for influenza vaccination by highlighting the seriousness of influenza and pointing out that there are simple and effective vaccines available.
OECD’s new report Health at a glance 2019 highlights trends in population health and health system performance of OECD members, candidate and partner countries. The report analyses comparable and differing data between health status and health-seeking behaviour of citizens as well as their access and quality of health care.
At a launch reception alongside the 72nd World Health Assembly in Geneva last week, the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK) launched an international programme of work, which seeks to reshape the debate around prevention and to promote preventative interventions right across the life course.
As the fourth webinar of the International Federation on Ageing (IFA) Post-Conference Education Webinar Series, this interactive presentation discusses the adult vaccination work of governments and NGOs, as well as the use of technology in promoting or hindering uptake rates of adult vaccination.
A new report launched by the International Longevity Centre UK today, finds that through the use of big data, the sharing economy and AI amongst others, technology could play a major role in overcoming some of the barriers to the uptake of adult vaccinations.
A recent review by Barbara Resnick et al, makes the case for a dire need to encourage immunisation for older adults in long-term care settings, as well as the community.