Immunisation And Infection In Pregnancy

Immunisation and Infection in pregnancy


Immunisation review pre-conception, during pregnancy and for family members is core business for GPs and immunisation administration should form part of routine antenatal care. A number of infectious diseases, including Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella zoster, Influenza, Pertussis, Cytomegalovirus, can cause significant morbidity for women in pregnancy, and may also need management in the GP setting. This activity, recorded for online viewing, provides an update for GP’s on the investigations and management of infections in pregnancy, and recommendations for immunisations.


  1. List infections GPs may confront in pregnancy that may be influenced by immunisations
  2. Describe investigations and management of common infections in pregnancy
  3. Identify resources and practice systems that may promote immunisation uptake
Immunisation and Infection in pregnancy
  • Presenter(s):Elizabeth McCarthy
    Lisa Hui
  • Host:The Mercy Hospital for Women
  • Duration:1.31.30 hr
  • Activity ID:136849
  • QI&CPD Points:3
  • Provider:Lateral Connections

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