Pharmacy key to boosting kids flu vaccination rates

NCIRS director hails pharmacy as a solution to boosting influenza vaccination uptake among school-aged children  Community pharmacies need to be promoted as destinations where children aged five years and older can access flu shots, Professor Kristine Macartney, the director of the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS), says.   Speaking during a webinar

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