The principles with the applicable regulations, existing policies and best practices comply.the AMA believes it is important that these principles by the Australian by the Australian Commission on Safety and quality in Health Care as a basis for the development of standards for safe and high quality practice where immunizations outside of accredited general are provided safe use practices. The AMA Position Statement on Vaccinations Outside of General Practice – 2011 is available on the AMA website.
Majority must have confidence in the safety and quality of vaccination services, AustraliaThe AMA announced today its Position Statement on Vaccinations Outside of General Practice – 2011. AMA vice president Steve Hambleton, that vaccination against preventable diseases is a proven method to reduce the incidence of and deaths from diseases such as measles, tetanus, diphtheria , and Haemophilus influenzae type b. Read the rest of this entry »