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NCIRS runs a unit through the University of Sydney called Vaccines in Public Health. The unit is offered as a 6 credit point elective subject in the Master of Public Health and Master of Global Health programs at the University of Sydney.
The unit covers a range of vaccinology topics, including:
In 2022, this unit will run completely online in Semester 2, from August to November. Enrolments are open through the University of Sydney. To enrol and for more information, click here.
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