Durabilité et intégration du programme de santé

Le sous-thème Durabilité et intégration des programmes de santé concerne les opportunités et les liens entre les programmes de vaccination de routine et d’autres programmes liés à la santé utilisant des processus de mise en œuvre similaires. D’autres interventions de santé publique peuvent être réalisées en exploitant les visites de vaccination. En conséquence, cela augmente les avantages globaux pour la santé et améliore l’utilisation des ressources dans tous les secteurs.

2 Key Concepts

Key Evidence: This study investigated the cost-effectiveness of multiple interventions against childhood pneumonia (including vaccination) and found that different combinations of expanded vaccine coverage with community or facility-based management, nutritional programs, or indoor air pollution measures maximized child health by providing the greatest health yield per dollar spent.

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Key Evidence: A systematic review of studies examining the broader economic impact of vaccination in low-middle income countries (LMICs) found that vaccination programs may improve the financial sustainability and affordability of healthcare programs in LMICs. The use of vaccines as part of a treatment cluster, or in combination with other infrastructure projects (such as water management systems) to maximize community health outcomes, offers opportunities for cost sharing between programs.

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Key Evidence: The American Academy of Pediatrics and the International Pediatric Association were included as partners in the measles and rubella elimination initiative, allowing for more direct collaboration around the interactions of primary health and immunization services and concerns.

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Key Evidence: In Rwanda, HPV vaccine introduction through a new school-based delivery program provided the opportunity to offer additional health services to all school-children (girls and boys), including health promotion sessions, de-worming and opportunities for voluntary, free circumcision.

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