PCIRN conducts a variety of research studies throughout the year and many of these studies are ongoing for more than one influenza season or year. Often there are opportunities for members of the public to participate in studies in their local area; the Research Studies descriptions provide an overview of the study and indicate whether the study is active and recruiting. … View all studies »
Because of its annual change to include circulating strains, influenza vaccines are more likely than other vaccines to cause unexpected AEFI and therefore require more careful safety monitoring.
Health Care Professionals (HCPs) should be immunized to protect both themselves and vulnerable patients.
Children are believed to be important drivers of influenza epidemics, and recent studies suggest that vaccinating school-aged children also indirectly protects families and communities.
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