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The Australian Immunisation Professionals Network (NCIRS-AIP) discussion forum (IN DEVELOPMENT) and the NCIRS Weekly Jab Newsletter (NOW AVAILABLE) are available for professionals working in the area of immunisation; for example, immunisation providers, program managers, public health staff, immunisation educators, researchers, policy makers.
The Weekly Jab newsletter is compiled by NCIRS to provide a summary of the latest resources, news, media, events, publications and career opportunities related to immunisation each week. It aims to keep immunisation professionals up to date with the latest information related to vaccination and vaccine preventable diseases.
The NCIRS-AIP discussion forum will be a subscription-based online discussion forum for professionals working in the area of immunisation. Register now to gain access when the forum goes live.
At the time of subscription, applicants are asked to provide their full name, position, organisation they work for or represent and a brief outline of their involvement with immunisation. If the information received from the applicant meets the criteria, the subscription request is approved.
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