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우리나라의 백신 정책 (Immunization policy in Korea)

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  • 우리나라의 백신 정책 (Immunization policy in Korea)
  • Lee, Jong Koo; Choi, Won Suk이종구; 최원석
  • 대한감염학회


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Title 우리나라의 백신 정책 (Immunization policy in Korea)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Lee, Jong Koo; Choi, Won Suk

Author(Korean)

이종구; 최원석

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[Seoul, Korea]:대한감염학회

Date 2008-02
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Infection & Chemotherapy:vol. 40(no. 1)
Pages 10
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 대한감염학회

Abstract

Immunization is the most effective and cost-beneficial means to prevent infectious diseases. So it has been regarded as one of the most important public health interventions in many countries and taken seriously in the aspect of national security related to smallpox and avian influenza. A variety of fields including production and distribution of vaccines, quality control of immunization, immunization registry, control of adverse events following immunization, and control of vaccine-preventable diseases should be considered for making and conducting the immunization policy. Korea has a long history of immunization since smallpox vaccination had been introduced in 1882, and many immunization strategies, including measles elimination program, have been carried out successfully. But there are still some problems to be solved for improving public health through immunization. (The rest omitted)