CCDR: Volume 40 S-3, December 4, 2014: Vaccine Safety
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Published by: The Public Health Agency of Canada
Date published: December 4, 2014
Inside this supplement: Vaccine Safety
Canada has one of the best vaccine safety surveillance systems in the world yet few people appreciate how it works. Read about the adverse events that were tracked in 2012, and the early detection and response system we have in place to identify vaccine safety issues. See the Useful links section to see how our capacity has been recently strengthened with the funding of the Canadian Immunization Research Network.
Table of contents
Vaccine vigilance in Canada: Is it as robust as it could be?
Canadian Adverse Events Following Immunization Surveillance System (CAEFISS) Annual report for vaccines administered in 2012
Law BJ, Laflèche J, Ahmadipour N, Anyoti H
Behind the scenes in public health: Adverse events following immunization (AEFI) signal investigation in British Columbia
MacDonald L, Naus M
Analyzing and strengthening the vaccine safety program in Manitoba
Montalban JM, Ogbuneke C, Hilderman T
Canada’s Vaccine Vigilance Working Group
Ahmadipour N, Toth E, Law BJ
The Canadian Immunization Monitoring Program, ACTive (IMPACT): Active surveillance for vaccine adverse events and vaccine-preventable diseases
Bettinger JA, Halperin SA, Vaudry W, Law BJ, Scheifele DW
Canadian Immunization Research Network (CIRN). Strengthening Canada’s Immunization Research Capabilities.
Public Health Agency of Canada. Canadian Immunization Guide. Part 2: Vaccine Safety
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