Wikipedia:Vaccine safety/Missing topics
Which topics related to vaccine safety are missing from Wikipedia? It could be a medical concept about vaccine safety, an important organisation working for vaccine safety or any other related topic.
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- Subject: The name of the topic e.g 2020 measles outbreak in ...
- Description: A one sentence description of the topic.
- Reference sources: One or more quality reference sources that explain the topic. More is better.
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These topics related to vaccine safety are missing from Wikipedia. You can reduce the knowledge gap by writing about them:
The decision about whether or not to get a vaccine for themselves or for their children could be influenced by the information given out from several organisations and governmental bodies. An individual is likely to determine the trustworthiness of an organization based on whether there is good coverage about the organization on Wikipedia. Hence, it becomes important that information regarding organizations that promote vaccine safety is present on Wikipedia, so that people trust the information disseminated by these organizations.
Member organizations or funders of Vaccine Safety Net a World Health Organization led initiative are listed below. Please check the notability of the organisations on Wikipedia:Notability_(organizations_and_companies) before creating articles from this list.
Country-based vaccination status
The World Health Organization monitors the vaccination situation in most countries of the world. Please refer Immunization Monitoring status on the WHO's website for details. The vaccination policies of some countries are listed in the Wikipedia article for Vaccination policy. UNICEF covers the immunization data of several world countries which can be accessed here.
Other resources for vaccination status by country
- Gavi: The Vaccination Alliance : Country Hub, choose the country from the map to learn about the vaccination status of that country
- Travel vaccination suggested by NHS by country
- Travel vaccinations suggested by CDC by country
Suggested sub-topics and concepts in country-based vaccination articles
- Vaccine policy
- Mandatory/Routine vaccines (per National Immunization Schedule) (choose your preferred country and find information under the heading 'Immunization Schedule' here)
- Vaccines for children and adolescents with suggested timing (choose your preferred country and find information under the heading 'Immunization Schedule' here)
- Adult vaccines
- Catch-up vaccination
- Travel-vaccines (choose your preferred country and find the vaccination information here)
- Vaccine coverage (choose your preferred country and find information under the heading 'Percentage target population vaccinated by antigen' here)
- Vaccine acceptance
- Vaccine production transport and storage status
- Laws and regulations related to vaccine delivery
- Financing of vaccine delivery
- Planning and management of immunization programs
- Vaccine safety monitoring
- Immunization indicators (information here)
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