Infant Meningococcal B vaccination: What nurses need to know - Australian Practice Nurses Association
This 1-hour accredited program will help nurses learn about key aspects of meningococcal B disease and vaccination that can be applied to their practice, including; the nature of disease, epidemiology, vaccines available and national recommendations. It focuses on the role nurses play in communicating with patients and parents around meningococcal B vaccination. Featuring case studies and expert videos answering common questions, this program highlights the important role nurses play in educating parents and enhancing uptake of meningococcal B vaccination.
This activity has been endorsed by APNA according to approved quality standards criteria. Completion of this educational activity entitles eligible participants to claim 1CPD Hour(s).
Primary Health Care Nurse,
South Coast Medical, Dromana, VIC
Professor Paul Gaston Van Buynder
MBBS, MPH, FAFPHM
Staff Specialist, Gold Coast University Hospital
Southport, QLD, Australia