Building the future of NHS vaccinations

16 Jun 2022
NHS England stand mini theatre

"Vaccines are the culmination of hundreds of years of science that in the UK have seen the eradication of disease like smallpox and polio and the pandemic has highlighted the continued importance that they play in our society. Building on learning from the COVID-19 vaccination programme, our well-established routine immunisations and the most successful flu programme ever last winter, we face new challenges and importantly opportunities to improve the way we provide vaccination for everyone in our society.

This session will dive into some of the innovations in vaccination delivery that are currently under way. It will explore how we can put these services even closer to the heart of what health and care systems do, improving public access and reducing unwarranted variation in uptake. It will be a chance to hear about latest learning and developments from the NHSEI national director for Vaccinations and Screening and will be a not to miss session for anyone with an interest in public and population health.

Steve Russell, National Director for Vaccination & Screening & SRO COVID19 Vaccination Programme - NHS England