From an immunological perspective most vaccines are very effective but the contribution they make to the health of the worlds children depends on how immunisation programmes are organized on access to them and on commitment to making them work the book argues that public health is now marked by a growing obsession with targets by an over emphasis on technology and by the taken for . Written by global experts in immunisation policy protecting the worlds children is an integrative study of immunisation policy and practice at a global national and community level and is an essential resource for researchers and practitioners in international and public health as well as professionals in international and development studies. Protecting the worlds children immunisation policies and practice by sidsel roalkvam 2013 07 12 on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers protecting the worlds children immunisation policies and practice by sidsel roalkvam 2013 07 12. Cover contents abbreviations contributors 1 saving childrens lives perspectives on immunisation 2 concepts and approaches 3 the global politics of health actors and initiatives 4 national commitments and global objectives 5 rights and obligations in national health governance 6 immunisation is good for your children local immunisation practices in india and malawi 7 have means . Inproceedingsroalkvam2013protectingtw titleprotecting the worlds children immunisation policies and practices authors roalkvam and d mcneill and s blume year2013 1 saving childrens lives perspectives on immunisation 2 concepts and approaches 3 the global politics of health
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