Infant Meningococcal B vaccination: What nurses need to know - Australian Practice Nurses Association

Duration

1 hr

Profession

Nursing

# of Credits

1.0

Accreditation

APNA

Expiry Date

2021-05-22

Until recently MenB was the predominant cause of IMD in Australia, there has been a natural decline in Men B cases in most states and territories. In 2017, 137 of IMD cases were caused by MenB and it remained the most common cause of IMD amongst infants <1 year and adolescents in Australia.

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Brooke Lambert
B Nursing
Primary Health Care Nurse,
South Coast Medical, Dromana, VIC

Professor Paul Gaston Van Buynder
MBBS, MPH, FAFPHM
Griffith University
Staff Specialist, Gold Coast University Hospital
Southport, QLD, Australia

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