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A free lunchtime webinar for practice nurses, GPs and others who advise about / administer immunisations. Registration is free for HCPs.

This webinar will be held via Microsoft Teams. Registration is free for HCPs (see below).

If you have any questions and / or if you're interested in company registration / sponsorship, please contact events@ovg.ox.ac.uk

The preliminary programme is:

12.00 - Welcome
Karen Ford

12.05 -  Coronavirus (COVID-19) The challenges of developing a vaccine. The achievements so far.
Prof Andrew J Pollard

12.30 - Communicating About Vaccines.
Dr Samantha Vanderslott

12.55 - What's the Story? Sero-epidemiological survey of England 2019/20. 
Associate Prof Matthew Snape & Dr Helen Ratcliffe

13.20 - Ask the Panel.
All speakers & Joanne Yarwood (PHE)

13.40 - End

 

Free registration for HCPs via the Oxford University Online Store - please click HERE

Forthcoming events

19th Annual OVG Immunisation Seminar

Thursday, 14 March 2024, 9am to 4pm @ The Kassam Conference & Events Centre, Grenoble Rd, Littlemore, Oxford OX4 4XP

A one-day seminar for HCPs providing key updates and the latest news on the topic of immunisations.

IIC 2024 - Hot Topics In Infection And Immunity In Children – The ESPID Oxford Course

Monday, 24 June 2024 to Wednesday, 26 June 2024, 10am - 2pm @ St Catherine's College Manor Road Oxford OX1 3UJ

IIC – The ESPID-Oxford Course is a residential training course covering topics in paediatric infection for paediatric infectious diseases trainees and trainers, and for all those who manage children with infections. 2024 will be the 21st edition of the course.