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Immunisation Requirement

What is the immunisation requirement?

The Clinical Assessments are conducted in real clinics and involve treating real patients, and consequently the current immunisation protocols of most jurisdictions will require you to demonstrate immunity against a number of common diseases.

To ensure you are not prevented from undertaking assessments in any jurisdiction, we need you to provide, on application of the Clinical Assessment, certified copies of the relevant evidence to show that you are immunised against the diseases in the table below.

Some vaccinations can take several months. We advise that the necessary vaccinations are obtained well in advance of the Clinical Assessment.

If you have difficulties meeting the immunisation requirement, please contact us for further advice.

For a copy of the Declaration of Ability to Meet the Immunisation Requirement, please click here.

 

Disease

Evidence Requirement

Measles, Mumps, Rubella
  • Vaccination card or medical doctor report stating history of two doses of the MMR vaccine at least one month apart; OR
  • Blood test report stating positive igG for Measles, Mumps and Rubella

 

Hepatitis B
  • Vaccination card or medical doctor report stating history of completed age-appropriate course of Hep B vaccine; AND anti-HB greater than or equal to 10mlU/mL

 

Varicella Zoster
  • Vaccination card or medical doctor report stating history of two doses of Varicella vaccine at least one month apart (evidence of one dose sufficient if vaccinated before 14 years of age); OR
  • Blood test report stating positive igG for Varicella

 

Poliomyelitis
  • Vaccination card or medical doctor report stating history of completed age-appropriate course of polio vaccine; OR
  • Vaccination card of medical doctor report stating history of booster dose within 10-yearly interval

 

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis

 

  • Vaccination card or medical doctor report stating history of one adult dose of dTpa vaccine

 

 

Tuberculosis
  • Tuberculin skin test; AND statement from a medical doctor clearly stating no evidence of active tuberculosis infection; OR
  • “Quantiferon Gold” AND statement from a medical doctor clearly stating no evidence of active tuberculosis infection.

 

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