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Maternal Immunisation: Protecting Newborns From BirthMaternal Immunisation is a promising public health strategy1.The Impact of Maternal Immunisation in the UK.This video features Dr Fatima Husain, an NHS Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, who explores why maternal immunisation is so important in the UK. Click here to find the full discussion guideLoading
How does Maternal Immunisation protect our babies? 

Antibodies generated by the mother are transferred to the foetus, and can offer protection from birth up to 6 months of age.2,3

Vaccines, such as inactivated influenza and Tdap, are routinely recommended in pregnant individuals in the majority of European countries including the UK.4

Discover more about Maternal Immunisation through our other Vodcast Videos.
Engaging patients around Maternal Immunisation

In this video, Dr Fatima Husain and Dr George Kassianos discuss what difference is made when healthcare professionals invest much more time engaging with their patients around Maternal Immunisation.

Supporting women to get information on Maternal Immunisation

In this video, Dr Fatima Husain and Dr George Kassianos discuss what experiences healthcare professionals have had in supporting women to get the right information on Maternal Immunisation.

HCPs, particularly maternal providers such as midwives, are pivotal in informing, educating, and promoting maternal immunisation.5,6-> 90% of pregnant women and women with children under 2 years of age identified midwives as their preferred source of information.7

 

-> Whether a vaccine is recommended by their GP is considered an important factor for pregnant women when contemplating vaccination during pregnancy.7

Make the most of your next conversation with your pregnant patients with our comprehensive discussion guide.

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References:

1. Moniz MH, Beigi RH. Hum Vaccin Immunother. 2014;10(9): 2562–2570
2. Etti M et al. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2022;226(4): 459–474. .
3. Niewiesk S. Front Immunol. 2014;5:446
4. Simionescu AA. et al. J Pers Med. 2021;11(11):1196.
5. Faucette, A.N. et al. Immunization of pregnant women: future of early infant protection. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapies. 2015;11(11): 2549-2555.
6. Collins, J. et al. Increased awareness and health care provider endorsement is required to encourage pregnant women to be vaccinated. Hum Vaccin Immunother. 2014. 10:2922- 2929.
7. Campbell, H. et al. Attitudes to immunisation in pregnancy among women in the UK targeted by such programmes. Br J Midwifery. 2015. 23:566-573 25.
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References:
  1. Public Health England. The Green Book [published 2013; updated 2020]. Chapter 25: Pneumococcal. Available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pneumococcal-the-green-book-chapter-25 Last accessed: May 2022
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