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For Practitioners : Alerts
  • Canada Communicable Disease Report is the official update on infectious diseases in that country, similar in purpose and realization to the American Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).
  • Doctor's Guide To Medical News is a quick way for practitioners to keep up with news items, medical and otherwise. (But quick becomes slow when you download the page with images, due to some attractive graphics plus advertising with animation.) The page is produced by PSL Consulting Group in Montreal.
  • Eurosurveillance Weekly is funded by the European Commission (EC) to assess the feasibility of providing a weekly bulletin of infectious disease alerts. It is viewed as a necessary feature of the infrastructure for collaboration envisaged in the draft European Charter for communicable disease surveillance and prevention.
  • Immunization Action Coalition is a nonprofit coalition that works to boost immunization rates. The Coalition promotes immunization of all children and adults against all vaccine-preventable diseases. Its publications include NEEDLE TIPS and the Hepatitis B Coalition News, which circulate to 175,000 primary health care providers, and VACCINATE ADULTS!, mailed to 80,000 adult medicine specialists. The Immunization Action Coalition is a member of the Allied Vaccine Group.
  • The Institute For Vaccine Safety (IVS) at Johns Hopkins University draws on all the resources of that institution to provide a forum for the rational discussion of vaccine safety issues, based on IVS' own research. Newly-produced, the website is in a formative stage (as is the Institute), but already promises to be of extreme value to parents, other adults, practitioners, researchers and the responsible media.
  • Prevention Guidelines Database is a comprehensive compendium of all of the official guidelines and recommendations published by the CDC for the prevention of diseases, injuries, and disabilities. It was developed to allow public health practitioners and others to quickly access the full set of CDC's guidelines from a single point, regardless of where they were originally published.
  • Vaccine Damage is a page from the Benefits Agency of the Department of Social Security in the United Kingdom. It explains the benefits available to persons who have become 80% or more disabled as a result of a vaccination carried out in the UK (and the Isle of Man) against a number of diseases.
  • Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) is a U.S. no-fault alternative to the tort system for resolving claims resulting from adverse reactions to mandated childhood vaccines.
  • Vaccine Safety Forum is a report of two forums on vaccine safety issues, one held in 1995, the other in 1996. The report was reviewed by a group other than the authors, according to procedures approved by a Report Review Committee of members of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine. For those interested in vaccine safety, the report remains relevant today.
 

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