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This page shows the latest immunisation news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Phase 1/2a results for J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine show early promise

Phase 1/2a results for J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine show early promise

None of the six animals that received a single immunisation with J&J’s vaccine showed any detectable virus in their lower respiratory tract after exposure to SARS-CoV-2, and

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  • Risks, reforms and rewards: the evolving Russian healthcare market Risks, reforms and rewards: the evolving Russian healthcare market

    The period also saw male life expectancy fall, various diseases re-emerge and the suspension of immunisation programmes in various parts of the country.

  • We’ll need more than a spoonful of sugar to counter vaccine hesitancy We’ll need more than a spoonful of sugar to counter vaccine hesitancy

    And more importantly, to develop and implement evidence-based strategies that rebuild trust and increase immunisation rates. ... benefits and risks of immunisation and view it as both their right and responsibility.

  • Case study: Break the flu cycle Case study: Break the flu cycle

    The aim was to address the unmet influenza immunisation needs in people aged 65 and over and reduce the risk of influenza, subsequently mitigating influenza complications.

  • Waking the sleeping giant Waking the sleeping giant

    In Uganda, a malaria-specific app provides questions and answers relating to that disease, while in Mozambique another app greatly increases the efficacy of immunisation programmes by reminding users via text

  • Immunisation politicised Immunisation politicised

    While the vaccine remained freely available, it was not reimbursed under the national immunisation programme. ... Third, incorporating it in the national immunisation programme for children appears to have made it easier to sidestep discussions with

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  • New faces at 90TEN, Lucid Group and Porterhouse New faces at 90TEN, Lucid Group and Porterhouse

    In that role, Cook delivered initiatives to improve national health, including promoting responsible antibiotic use, protecting against STIs and encouraging rates of childhood immunisation.

  • Burson-Marsteller hires senior DH press officer Burson-Marsteller hires senior DH press officer

    In her previous role, Moore worked with both public health ministers and the chief medical officer, developing proactive and reactive communications strategies for issues including immunisation, genetics, obesity and alcohol.

  • Kane & Finkel announces new European director

    In addition, as director of communications for the UK's Health Education Authority, he also developed public health campaigns for AIDS, smoking cessation, childhood immunisation and heart disease.

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  • UK vs US: what makes a successful immunisation programme?

    Before discussing these, let’s have a look at how immunisation uptake differs between the two countries. ... In the US this is The American Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and in the UK it is the Joint Committee for Vaccination and

  • 90TEN makes senior hire from Public Health England

    In this role Clare delivered high profile initiatives to improve the nation’s health, including championing responsible antibiotics use, protecting against STIs and boosting rates of childhood immunisation.

  • Infographic: The vaccine opportunity in Asia 2019

    A rising demand for better healthcare infrastructure and high awareness levels of the benefits of immunisation are the major factors boosting the vaccine market growth. ... For World Immunisation Week 2019 we have updated one of our most popular

  • A Bitter Pill?

    for a cold chain (maintaining the vaccine at a given temperature range throughout the supply chain), therefore enabling mass immunisation to be implemented more cost effectively.

  • Communicating the prevention message by Tam Fry

    Measuring should begin with weight and length being assessed in the first year of life whenever standard health reviews and immunisations are carried out.

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