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Surveillance of Adverse Events Following Vaccination in the Community

dataset
posted on 25.06.2020 by Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH)
Surveillance of Adverse Events Following Vaccination In the Community (SAEFVIC) based in Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI), is the central reporting service in Victoria for any significant adverse events following immunisations (AEFI).

History

Institution name

Murdoch Children's Research Institute

Principal contact name

A/Prof Nigel Crawford

Principal contact email address

nigel.crawford@mcri.edu.au

Dataset ID

https://www.aefican.org.au/Home/Info/VIC

Available for research?

Yes

Collaborating institutions information

Reports sent to Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). De-identified reports sent to the Victorian Department of Health, Immunisation section. Discussion of individual cases at national level - in collaboration with the TGA.

Number of people/participants

16,500

Data source

  • Clinical
  • Research

Data source details

SAEFVIC offers integrated clinical services post reported AEFI including patient follow up and immunisation outcomes. Data from the database is used for surveillance and signal detection, addressing vaccine safety, education and analysed for vaccine safety related publications.

Study or collection type

Other - describe in comments

Data collection started

2007

Dataset still being added to?

Yes

Additional comments

Predominantly a passive surveillance system, SAEFVIC reports are received on an ongoing daily basis and soon to be integrated with active surveillance systems on a national level.

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