Immunisation: Useful Websites

Irish Websites

Health Protection Surveillance Centre - Information on vaccine preventable diseases available at

Meningitis information for parents

HSE and GP sites can order vaccines online from

Details of vaccines available from the cold chain available from

Science and Technology in Action (student and teacher information) - Edition 16 - How to eliminate a viral diseaseEdition 15 - The universal HPV programme, Edition 14 - The Power of VaccinesEdition 13 - HPV, Edition 12 - HPV, Edition 11 - Meningococcal diseaseEdition 7 - Influenza (flu), Edition 6 - Measles, Edition 5 - Beating Mumps, Edition 4 - The MMR Vaccine.

Order information materials from


International Websites

World Health Organization (WHO) - Available at

International travel and health is a WHO publication is a reference book for doctors and nurses, giving health advice. - Available at 


European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

Vaccines Today

United Kingdom

Immunisation Scotland (of the NHS in Scotland)

NHS Choices - Immunisation Information

Public Health England - Immunisation Section

The Meningitis research foundation

The National Meningitis Trust

The Vaccine Knowledge Project



Childhood Immunization Support Program (CISP), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine - Preventable Diseases. The Pink Book 12th Edition May 2012.

CDC Information about vaccine safety

The History of Vaccines

Institute for Vaccine Safety, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Immunization Action Coalition - For Healthcare Professionals

Immunization Action Coalition - For the Public


Public Health Agency of Canada

Immunize Canada

Caring for Kids (CfK), Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS)


Understanding Childhood immunisation ,immunise Australia Programme

Northern Rivers Vaccination Supporters

National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance of Vaccine Preventable Diseases (NCIRS)

New Zealand

Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC)

 This page was updated on 18 November 2020