An evaluation of the Australian National Serosurveillance Program
The Australian National Serosurveillance Program (ANSP) was established in 1997 to provide national estimates of population immunity to vaccine preventable diseases and inform immunisation policy in Australia. The 1st round tested opportunistically collected sera from pathology laboratories across Australia, a 2nd round was carried out in 2002, and a 3rd round of testing is currently ongoing using sera from 2007-08. This is the 1st systematic evaluation of the ANSP since its inception. Existing...[Show more]
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