Travel Vaccine Update (TVU)

Running for the second time, the TVU is a new event run by MVEC and similarly to the CVU, it provides doctors, nurses and health care professionals a chance to learn about specific travel vaccine updates, case studies and research.

This year, the event is being held in the Ella Latham Theatre at the Royal Children’s Hospital on Thursday 31st August from 6pm – 9pm. If you would like to attend this event, please follow the link below to purchase tickets.
Buy tickets here

Event Program

6:00pm Registrations open.
Chair – Welcome note Dr Mike Starr
6:20pm BCG and Meningococcal Vaccine Update Dr Nigel Crawford
6:50pm Zika Virus Update Dr Michael Nissen
7:20pm Break  – light supper and drinks
7.50pm Dengue Update TBC
8:30pm Panel Q&A TBC

 

Clinical Vaccinology Update (CVU)

The next Clinical Vaccinology Update will be held on Tuesday 28th November 2017.

Partnered with the Monash Children’s Hospital and MCRI, this year’s event will be hosted in the Exhibition Space at Monash University’s Caulfield Campus.

Ticketing are not yet available, so please ensure your subscription to this site is up to date to be notified once registrations are open.

 

 Previous Clinical Vaccinology Updates

Clinical Vaccinology Update December 2016

Travel Vaccinology Update March 2016

 

Clinical Vaccinology Update November 2015

 

Clinical Vaccinology Update June 2015

 

Clinical Vaccinology Update December 2014

 

Clinical Vaccinology Update December 2013

Clinical Vaccinology Update June 2013
Clinical Vaccinology Update October 2012



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Welcome to MVEC

The Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre (MVEC) is a new web-based initiative, providing up-to-date immunisation information for healthcare professionals, parents and the public.

It is a collaboration between The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and its Melbourne Children’s campus partners (Murdoch Children's Research Institute and The University of Melbourne) and Monash Health.

MVEC aims to address common queries around vaccines and to promote the benefits of immunisation for both children and adults.