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The first release of the National Immunisation Catch-up Calculator (NICC) developed by the Australian Government Department of Health is now available from the Australian Government Department of Health Australian Immunisation Handbook website (also known as the Online Handbook). The initial calculator is referred to as NICC V1.0 and replaces the immunisation calculator hosted on the South Australian Department of Health website.
Access the Catch-up Calculator here
The “look and feel” reflects the National Immunisation Program (NIP) branding. This includes:
NICC V1.0 has been modelled to include a "guided process" for entering key data (such as immunisation history) before the catch-up schedule calculation.
Providers are able to enter previous vaccinations by:
The functionality of calculating immunisation catch-up schedules has not been changed in NICC V1.0.
This change initiative is part of the wider process to consolidate Australian immunisation content to a centralised location.
By providing the NICC from the official Australian Government website:
This ensures NICC V1.0 is the first step in providing a larger "whole of life" NICC.
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