Work model for changing national vaccination programmes in Sweden

Documentación CAPI
 
Suecia
Título(s) original(es)
Work model for changing national vaccination programmes in Sweden
Autor(es)
Folkhälsomyndigheten
Topics
Functionamiento
Fuente(s)
NITAG Sweden
Año de publicación
2018

Descripción

This report outlines how the Public Health Agency of Sweden organizes and investigates changes to national vaccination programmes. The main target group of the English version of the report is National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups (NITAGs) and their Secretariats in other countries.

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