What does the DTaP/IPV/HiB/HepB vaccine protect against?
HI type B
What does the pneumococcal vaccine (PCV) protect against?
Some protection from bacterial meningitis from pneumococcal bacteria
Protection against other conditions such as pneumonia and severe ear infections caused by pneumococcus
What does the rotavirus vaccine protect against?
Rotavirus; a common cause of vomiting and diarrhoea in young children and babies
What does the MenB vaccine protect against?
Meningitis and septicaemia caused by meningitis type B
What does the Hib/MenC vaccine protect against?
Haemophilus influenza type B
What does the MMR vaccine protect against?
What does the DTaP/IPV vaccine protect against?
What does the Td/IPV vaccine protect against?
What does the MenACWY vaccine protect against?
Meningitis and septicaemia caused by menigococcal bacteria A, C, W and Y
What does the HPV vaccine protect against?
What types of HPV does the vaccine protect against?
6, 11, 16 and 18
What immunisations are given at 2 months?
What immunisations are given at 3 months?
What immunisations are given at 4 months?
What immunisations should be given within a month of a childs first birthday (i.e. 12-13 months)?
Which vaccines are given just before a child starts school?
Which children should recieve the flu vaccine?
All children get the flu (intranasal) vaccine aged between 2 and 11
What vaccines are given to both boys and girls between 12-18 years?
In what school year is the MenACWY vaccine given?
What vaccine is given to girls aged 11?
What vaccine can also be given between ages 12 and 18, if this has not already been completed?
(i.e. if they haven't already had 2)