Module 5

Report
Training for Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine (IPV)
introduction
Module 5
Recording and monitoring uptake of
Inactivated Polio vaccine (IPV)
Learning objectives
 At the end of the module, the participant will be able
to:
– Record vaccination data on the child’s immunization card
– Record and register immunizations in the tally sheet and
monthly report
– Use monitoring chart to track IPV uptake
– Follow up with eligible infants
 Duration
– 15 minutes
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Key issues
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How to record doses given on the
child’s immunization card
How to record and register
vaccination on the tally sheet and
monthly report
3
How to monitor uptake of IPV
4
How to follow up with eligible
infants
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What are the main uses of the
immunization card?
 Provides the child’s date of birth (DOB)
 Informs health worker and caretaker of:
– Vaccines already received
– Vaccines needed in the future
– Next appointment for vaccination
 Can help identify infants who do not return for
vaccination on time
 Documentation of vaccination is important in
conducting vaccination coverage surveys
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How to use the immunization card
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How to record vaccination on the card
• Immunization cards are being
updated to include a space to
record the IPV dose
IPV
• Until these are available, record
the IPV dose by hand (along
with OPV dose) on the
immunization card
• Include the date the vaccine
was given, and write “IPV”
(not “polio”)
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Remember to record both OPV and IPV
separately
 Both IPV and OPV will be administered simultaneously
 Therefore, both IPV and OPV should be recorded and
monitored separately, not as “polio vaccines”
Record separately
as “OPV3” and
“IPV”, not “polio”
Vaccine Date Given
May 15, 2015
Penta3
May 15, 2015
OPV3
May 15, 2015
IPV
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What should you do in this scenario?
The parents of a child provide you
with an old immunization card.
There is not a designated space
for recording IPV in this card.
How should you record the
vaccination(s) given?
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Other forms being updated to include
the IPV dose
Vaccination tally sheets
Monthly report forms
IPV
Stock management forms
OPV
IPV
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IPV
How to record IPV vaccination on the
tally sheet?
 Tally sheets have been updated
to include IPV
 Health workers should keep a
tally of each vaccine dose given
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5
5
 At the end of an immunization
session, count all doses on tally
sheet
IPV
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15
5
5
18
 If you need to use old tally
sheets, add a line for IPV doses
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How to record IPV vaccine on the
monthly report
 Monthly report sheets have also been updated to include IPV
 Use tally sheets to prepare the monthly reports
 Report number of vaccine doses given each month, including IPV
 If you need to use old reporting forms, add a space for IPV doses
IPV
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How to track infants for IPV vaccine
 It is critical that all infants get IPV at 14 weeks of age,
typically along with Penta3 (or DTP3) and OPV3
 The EPI programme needs to identify all eligible children,
and to get them to the vaccination sessions
– How to identify newborns?
• Review birth registries and other health and civil records
• Use volunteers, community leaders, and religious leaders to learn
about births
– How to get the infants vaccinated?
• Inform parents about vaccination sessions
• Use volunteers to identify and follow up with parents whose
children are due for IPV
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How to track infants who have not
received a dose of IPV vaccine
 Ensure that all children get at least 1 dose of IPV at or after
14 weeks of age, along with Penta3 and OPV3
 Follow up with infants who were expected to receive a dose
of IPV, but did not (defaulters)
Keep track of children
who are due each
month
 Use reminder cards, immunization
registries, or community volunteers to
follow up with defaulters
 Use community volunteers to remind
families of infants who will soon be
eligible for IPV vaccine to get the vaccine
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Year: 2015
Key messages
 Fill in the immunization card with the date of
vaccination after the vaccines have been administered
 The child immunization card, tally sheet, and monthly
report are being updated to include IPV doses
 All infants should receive a dose of IPV vaccine
along with Penta3 and OPV3 at or after age 14 weeks
 IPV doses should be recorded separately from
OPV
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End of module
Thank you
for your attention!
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