Capital Health Network

Capital Health Network

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NCIRS (National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance):

Reference (internationally co-authored):

Federal Register of Legislation:

ACT Government COVID-19 vaccine roll out information:

The ACT Chief Health Officer has provided information about the COVID-19 vaccine roll out in the ACT (16 Feb. 2021).

Nurse Immuniser – changes:

The ACT Government made changes in 2020 to permit Registered Nurses and Midwives that have successfully completed a training course that meets the National Immunisation Education Framework for Health Professionals (December 2017) (National Education Framework) to administer certain vaccines without a prescription or standing order. These changes apply to Registered Nurses and Midwives. Enrolled nurses are not included under this legislation.

To help you understand the changes, CHN has produced:

ACT & SNSW Health Pathways:

See also: Consumer Information – General