About this activity

Infectious Disease Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, A/Prof Paul Griffin, explains Australia’s advances in influenza vaccine technology, as well as the differences between influenza vaccines and why this is important to understand in order to better inform patients of the choices available.

This short video will be followed by a short learning module on an influenza vaccine.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the global and local burden of disease from influenza
  • Understand the clinical considerations for the use of certain influenza vaccines in your patients
  • Understand what’s important to your patients when they are considering an influenza vaccine

About the Expert

A/Prof Paul Griffin

A/Prof Paul Griffin is an Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, and was appointed as the Director of Infectious Diseases at Mater Health Services in 2013. In addition, A/Prof Griffin continues appointments as Principal Investigator and Medical Director at Q-Pharm, as a Director of the Immunisation Coalition, and also as Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Queensland.

This module includes

  • Video

    Evidence-based short video delivered by an expert clinician

  • Quiz

    Test your knowledge quizzes to reinforce learning

  • Certificate

    Digital certificate available upon completion and order supporting resources

This is an industry education resource. The majority of the content of this resource has been developed and provided by CSL Seqirus.