Complete program for the CVU Miniseries virtual event now available

The next Clinical Vaccinology Update Miniseries event, COVID-19 vaccines: a Victorian landscape, will be held virtually on February 8th, 2021.

We are excited to welcome our presenters who will be covering the COVID-19 vaccine landscape in Victoria, including vaccine safety, Victorian COVID-19 vaccine rollout plans and stakeholder engagement and participation.

This is a free event, however you will need to register for tickets via the link below, where you can also view the complete program:

CVU Miniseries: February 8, 2021

 


Save the date for our first CVU Miniseries event: February 8, 2021

MVEC is excited to announce the details for our first CVU Miniseries event!

When: February 8, 2021
Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Topics will include:

  • COVID-19 vaccine profiles (AstraZeneca/Pfizer)
  • Scan of the Victorian COVID-19 vaccine landscape
  • Victorian COVID-19 vaccine rollout information

Cost: Free

Further details and registration information will be available shortly via our Events page. Please note that this event will be held virtually via zoom.

A video recording will also be made available on our website following the event.


CVU registrations close Tuesday December 1, 2020

Our first virtual Clinical Vaccinology Update (CVU) will be held on December 7, 2020 and will host various local and international presenters. The topics covered include COVID-19 vaccines, influenza, vaccine safety, and vaccine communication.

Registrations to attend are closing soon. Be sure to purchase your tickets by tomorrow December 1, 2020 so you don't miss out!

Tickets can be purchased by heading to our Event page

Your unique webinar link will be sent to out via email in the coming days so please look out for it.

 


NCIRS webinar- SARS-CoV-2 vaccine development: Is a finish line in sight?

The National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS), have recently hosted a webinar titled: SARS-CoV-2 vaccine development: Is a finish line in sight?

Associate Professor Chris Blythe and Dr Melanie Saville present the current COVID-19 vaccine development landscape, Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) and the COVAX response, and the ethical and logistical implications of global vaccine implementation.

To view this webinar please follow the link below:

NCIRS- SARS-CoV-2 vaccine development: Is a finish line in sight?

 


Complete program for the December CVU now available

The next Clinical Vaccinology Update will be held virtually on December 7.

We are excited to welcome both local and international presenters covering a wide range of immunisation topics including COVID-19 vaccine updates, vaccine communication and confidence, influenza vaccines, Zostavax® and measles.

To view the complete program and to purchase tickets, please follow the link below to our Events page:

Clinical Vaccinology Update: December 7 2020


December CVU tickets are now available for purchase

Tickets are now available for our first virtual Clinical Vaccinology Update (CVU). This will be an all-day event held on December 7 2020.

We are excited to welcome both local and international presenters covering a wide range of immunisation topics.

To view a draft program of the day's events, and for ticketing information, please follow the link below:

Clinical Vaccinology Update: December 7 2020


Save the date for our first virtual Clinical Vaccinology Update!

MVEC is excited to announce that our first virtual Clinical Vaccinology Update (CVU) will be held on December 7, 2020.

Program details and ticketing information will be announced shortly. 


NCIRS webinar - NIP changes, what you need to know

On the 1st July 2020 important changes to the National Immunisation Program (NIP) and recommendations for pneumococcal, meningococcal and Hepatitis A vaccinations will come into effect. 

NCIRS hosted a webinar about these changes which is now available to view online:

NCIRS: Upcoming NIP changes: what you need to know 


NCIRS webinar: Upcoming National Immunisation Program changes: what you need to know

On the 1st July 2020 important changes to the National Immunisation Program (NIP) and recommendations for pneumococcal, meningococcal and hepatitis A vaccinations will take effect.

NCIRS are hosting a webinar about these changes on June 16th at 1pm (AEST). Register for the webinar at the link below:

NCIRS: Upcoming NIP changes: what you need to know 


Clinical Vaccinology Update (CVU) 2020 - Postponed

Due to the current uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 situation which WHO has now declared a pandemic, the 11th CVU is postponed.

Please see our Events page for more details.