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(2012) Modularization of Korea's development experience : Korean national immunization program for children

2012 경제발전경험모듈화사업 : 어린이 예방접종사업

Lee, Sok-Goo / Jeon, So-Youn / Kim, Keon-Yeop / Nam, Ho-Jin / Lee, Jin-Kyung(Author)

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Issue Date
2013
Publisher
KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Keywords
Health Policy; Public investments
Contents
Summary


Chapter 1 Background

 1. History of Korean Immunization Program

 2. Institutional and Legal Transitions

 3. Changes in Organizations Dedicated to Immunization


Chapter 2 National Immunization Program

 1. Organizations Managing Immunizations

 2. Expert Committees

 3. Recommended Immunization Schedules


Chapter 3 Immunization Service Providers

 1. Public and Private Providers

 2. Reimbursement System


Chapter 4 Vaccine Supply Systems

 1. Vaccine Production and Sales

 2. Vaccine Supply

 3. Vaccine Supply Monitoring System

 4. Implications


Chapter 5 Immunization Reporting Systems

 1. Immunization Registry Information System

 2. Immunization Certification for School Entry

 3. Adverse Reaction Monitoring System

 4. Infectious Disease Surveillance System


Chapter 6 Immunization Success Stories

 1. Hepatitis B

 2. Measles

 3. Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1)


Chapter 7 Strategies for Increasing Public Participation

 1. Vaccination Week

 2. Immunization Reference Website

 3. Short Message Service (SMS) for Confirmation of Immunization and Notification of Next Immunization Schedules

 4. Vaccination Training for Health Care Providers


Chapter 8 Monitoring of Immunization Outcomes

 1. Korean National Immunization Survey

 2. Factors Affecting the Immunization Rate


Chapter 9 Directions for Future Development


References


Appendix
Pages
170 p.
Series Title
(KSP) Modularization of Korea's Development Experience ; v.2013-23
URI
https://archives.kdischool.ac.kr/handle/11125/42096
ISBN
9791155450550
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