Difficulties with cognitive functions or skills, such as the ability to recall memories, concentrate on tasks, or find the right words in conversation, are commonly reported following a COVID infection.
In this Product Explainer, Public Health Physician and Infectious Diseases Epidemiologist Prof Paul Van Buynder explains the burden of pneumococcal disease in both children and adult population. He explains why PCV 15 has increased serotype coverage and why improved immunogenicity against serotype 3 is important both from a clinical and public health perspective (5 mins).
In this Product Explainer, Infectious Disease Physician and Clinical Microbiologist A/Prof Paul Griffin explains the recombinant protein nanoparticle COVID-19 vaccine with a proprietary adjuvant, including the mechanism of action, efficacy, and tolerability; and provides an update on boosters, indications, and access
In this Product Explainer, Public Health Physician A/Prof John Litt AM explains the currently funded adjuvanted quadrivalent influenza vaccine for people 65 years and over and how it fits in the 2023 influenza season (6 mins).
This product explainer is supported by Seqirus
Don’t forget routine immunisations and use any patient contact as an opportunity for vaccination—says Professor Nick Wood of the National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance at the University of Sydney.