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Cross-posted from the February 2012 Global Immunization News issue. Many thanks. 29/02/2012 from Jhilmil Bahl, WHO HQ As the introductions of Pneumo and Rota vaccines in 2012 are fast approaching, training materials are being developed at WHO/HQ. Rotarix materials will be available by mid-March on the NUVI website, in English and French and will consist of: - A slide set, consisting of seven modules for training Healthcare Workers (HCWs) and facilitator notes - A pocket guide – shorter version of the above for trainees to take away with them - A picture Guide (A3 spiral bound)– that trainers can use in situations where there is no electricity or computer, etc. Rotateq materials will be available by end April on the NUVI website, in English and French composed of: - A slide set, consisting of seven modules for training HCWs and facilitator notes - A pocket guide – shorter version of the above for trainees to take away with them - An A3 spiral bound Picture Guide – that trainers can use in situations where there is no electricity or computer, etc. An updated rotavirus introduction manual is also being developed and can be shared upon [email=mayersg@who.int]request[/email]. It will be posted on the NUVI website once finalized. PCV materials (PCV 10 and PCV 13), will be made available by mid-March on the NUVI website, in English and French composed of: - A slide set, consisting of seven modules for training HCWs and facilitator notes Introduction manuals for both PCV13 and PCV10 developed at WHO/HQ can be shared upon [email=mayersg@who.int]request[/email] and will be posted on the NUVI website once finalized. Other materials planned: Adaptation notes - slides/pages where country adaptations may be required will be highlighted; PCV 10 DVD from Kenya is available (parts of this could be used in other countries), script in English is also available for translation and adaptation to the local context if countries would like to shoot their own footage; Video for Rotavirus vaccine training in Ethiopia in Amharic is planned for 15 May 2012 but other countries can use the part of the footage and/or use the script prepared in English if they would like to shoot their own complementary footage.


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