This Guidelines for Nurses summary covers eligibility and administration of the quadrivalent HPV vaccine for men who have sex with men
Summary of Public Health England's routine immunisation schedule—provides information for health professionals and immunisation practitioners.
This Guidelines for Nurses summary of Public Health England’s Protocol for ordering, storing, and handling vaccines is relevant to all healthcare professionals involved in immunisation. It aims to ensure that vaccines are stored and managed properly so that immunisation is carried out safely and efficiently.
This summary provides influenza immunisation information for public health professionals.
This Guidelines for Nurses summary focusses on tetanus immunisation information, and includes recommendations for the use of the vaccine, contraindications, and precautions.
This CPD activity consists of 10 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) designed to test your knowledge on childhood immunisation and hepatitis B—you will then be prompted to reflect on your learning.
Tools and resources
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is an extremely common infection—but do you know the facts? Read on to learn about the risks and prevention of HPV
This factsheet is for health professionals who deliver the HPV vaccine programme for girls. It supports the information currently provided. It is suitable for school nurses, GPs, screening and immunisation practioners.
David Green and Laura Craig describe the symptoms and prevalence of hepatitis B, provide information about the hexavalent vaccine being introduced into the routine childhood immunisation schedule, and discuss the continued importance of screening pregnant women for hepatitis B.
Jenny Greenfield gives advice on setting up a travel health clinic, and explains how these clinics can benefit both patients and GP practices.