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Publications

Gidding HF, Sheridan S, Fathima P, Moore HC, Liu B, McIntyre PB, Palmu AA. Impact of childhood pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on non-notified clinically suspected invasive pneumococcal disease in Australia. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. 2019;38:860-65 doi: 10.1097/INF.0000000000002314. [Full text]

Edwards KM, Booy R. Pain control at the vaccine injection site: new insights. Journal of Travel Medicine. 29 July 2019. https://doi.org/10.1093/jtm/taz053. [Epub]

Omer SB, Betsch C, Leask J. Mandate vaccination with care. Nature. 2019;571:469-72. [Full text]

Alfelali M, Barasheed O, Koul P, Badahdah AM, Bokhary H, Tashani M, Bakarman M, Khandaker G, Booy R, Rashid H. Influenza vaccine effectiveness among Hajj pilgrims: a test-negative case-control analysis of data from different Hajj years. Expert Review of Vaccines. 19 July 2019. doi: 10.1080/14760584.2019.1646130. [Epub]

Beard F, Clark K. High rates of vaccination of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: an underappreciated success? [Editorial] . Medical Journal of Australia. 2019;211:17–18. . [Full text]

Peter B McIntyre, Anastasia Phillips, Julia Brotherton, Michael Tatley. Re: Modernising vaccine surveillance systems to improve detection of rare or poorly defined adverse events [Authors’ reply] . BMJ;365:12268. [Full text]

King C, Chow M, Leask J, Wiley K. Australian caregivers’ perceptions of influenza vaccination in pregnancy: a mixed methods exploration. Women and Birth. 2019;32:240-45. [Full text]

Yezli S, Linden MV, Booy R, AlOtaibi B. Pneumococcal disease during Hajj and Umrah: Research agenda for evidence-based vaccination policy for these events. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease. 2019;29:1-92.. [Full text]

Jayasinghe S. Pneumococcal disease and vaccination recommendations. The state of play. Respiratory Medicine Today. 2019;4:16-22. [Full text]

Chamings A, Druce J, Caly L, Yoga Y, Birtton PN, Macartney KK, Alexandersen S. Evolutionary analysis of human parechovirus type 3 and clinical outcomes of infection during the 2017–18 Australian epidemic. Nature Scientific Reports 2019;9:8906. [Full text]