Immunisation Hub

Useful Links

Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI)
This group advises the Minister for Health on the National Immunisation Program (NIP) and other immunisation issues.

Immunisation Coalition
Not for profit organisation, with a vision to improve the protection of all Australians against infectious diseases by advocacy for immunisation.

National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS)
A research organisation providing independent expert advice on all aspects of vaccine preventable diseases and related social issues to inform Australian  immunisation policy and planning

Australian National Immunisation Program
A Department of Health program aiming to increase national immunisation rates by funding free vaccination programs and communicating information about immunisation to the general public and health professionals.

The National HPV Vaccination Program
Providing HPV vaccination free in schools for girls and boys aged 12 to 13 years.

B Part of It
A landmark SA study about Meningococcal B Herd Immunity. Led by the University of Adelaide, and in partnership with SA Health, over 200 schools are registered across the state.  

Australian Immunisation Handbook
A publication providing clinical advice for health professionals on the safest and most effective use of vaccines in their practice; developed by ATAGI and NHMRC

Australian Immunisation Register (AIR)
The National register of vaccinations given to people in Australia including vaccinations given to children and adults and vaccines provided under the National Immunisation Program (NIP) and those paid for privately (eg. travel vaccinations).

Department of Health’s Immunisation for Health Professionals Page
Information to help you deliver immunisation services to your patients, including the latest clinical updates and guidance on the National Immunisation Program.

HealthPathways South Australia
Online access for GPs and other health professionals to comprehensive, evidence-based clinical pathways, service and local referral information - including immunisation specific pathways localised to the South Australian context.

SA Health’s Immunisation for Health Professionals Page
Links and information for health professionals and immunisation providers including vaccine ordering, reporting, and requirements.

Healthdirect’s Immunisation Health Topic Page
General information regarding immunisation, and vaccination

Department of Health’s Immunisation Page
General information about immunisation,  vaccination, as well as campaigns, resources and program links.

SA Health’s Immunisation Page
General information about immunisation and vaccines as well as patient information, and program links.

No Jab No Pay Information
Department of Social Services page or the Department of Human Services page regarding immunisation requirements in relation to the Family Tax Benefit (FTB)

Travel Bug
Vaccination and travel clinic offering vaccinations, resources, and travel-health advice from experienced medical staff trained in travel-medicine

Globe Medical
Vaccination and travel clinic offering vaccinations, resources, and travel-health advice from experienced medical staff trained in travel-medicine

Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN) Immunisation Clinic
Staffed by authorised immunisation nurses, the WCHN Immunisation Clinic offers a comprehensive immunisation program and services to women and children who are current hospital inpatients/outpatients.

World Health Organisation (WHO)’s Immunisation Program
Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (US) Vaccines and Immunisation Page

The History of Vaccines
An award winning information and educational website by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The website aims to increase public knowledge and understanding of the ways in which vaccines, toxoids, and passive immunisation work, how they have been developed, and the role they have played in the improvement of human health.

While the Australian Government has contributed funding support for this website the information contained within it does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government and has not been endorsed by the Australian Government