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close this bookImmunization in Practice - Learning Activities Manual (WHO; 1998; 38 pages) [FR]
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentModule 2: EPI vaccines
View the documentModule 3: The cold chain
View the documentModule 4: Ensuring safe injections
View the documentModule 5: Organizing immunization sessions
View the documentModule 6: During a session: registering and assessing clients
View the documentModule 7: During a session: preparing vaccines
View the documentModule 8: During a session: giving immunizations
View the documentModule 9: After a session
View the documentModule 10: Communicating with parents and involving communities
View the documentModule 11: Monitoring immunization coverage
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Immunization in Practice - Learning Activities Manual




World Health Organization

The Global Programme for Vaccines and Immunization thanks the donors whose unspecified financial support in 1997 has made the production of this document possible.

The Immunization in practice training series comprises:

Modules 1-11 (grouped in a single document): WHO/EPI/TRAM/98.01-11 Rev. 1
Learning activities manual WHO/EPI/TRAM/98.12
Trainers' guide WHO/EPI/TRAM/98.13

This series, produced in 1998, revises and replaces the original 1984 version (and all intermediate revisions) of Immunization in Practice.

In addition to standard hard copies, each module is available on diskette in Microsoft Word for Windows (Word 97). This is to give users the opportunity to modify and reproduce the materials locally to suit specific training requirements.

The modules are also available on the Internet (in Word 97 and PDF format) at: http://www.who.int/gpv-documents

Ordering code for this document: WHO/EPI/TRAM/98.12
Printed: December 1998
First reprint: September 1999

Copies may be requested from:
World Health Organization
Vaccines and Other Biologicals
CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland
Fax: +22 791 4193/4192 • E-mail: vaccines@who.ch •

© World Health Organization 1998

This document is not a formal publication of the World Health Organization (WHO), and all rights are reserved by the Organization. The document may, however, be freely reviewed, abstracted, reproduced and translated, in part or in whole, but not for sale nor for use in conjunction with commercial purposes.

The views expressed in documents by named authors are solely the responsibility of those authors.

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