Immunisation and Infectious Diseases Policy and Procedures

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Here is a template for centres and home-based to use for their Immunisation and Infectious Diseases Policy and Procedures. The Infectious Diseases Chart is also available here, and it can be included in your policy folder, in family enrolment packs, […]

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