Immunisation: health professionals
These pages have information for health professionals about immunisation reporting and training courses.
For all other information about immunisation in the Northern Territory (NT), including vaccination schedules and where to get vaccinated, go to immunisation.
For vaccination histories go to the Northern Territory Immunisation Register.
Current NT Immunisation Schedules
- Immunisation Schedule Children
- Immunisation Schedule Adult and Special Groups
- Immunisation Schedule Additional Notes
- Pneumococcal Immunisation Schedule
Legislation for vaccine providers
In accordance with the Medicines, Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act, all nurses, midwives, Aboriginal and Torres Strait health practitioners (ATSIHPs), and pharmacists administering vaccines in the NT without the order of a medical practitioner, should ensure that they meet the requirements under the prescribed qualifications to supply or administer or possess vaccinations.
In addition, all vaccine providers should refer to their individual workplace 'Scheduled Substance Treatment Protocol' (SSTP) for the guidelines relating to the administration of vaccines in their workplace. SSTPs are printed in various issues of the NT Government Gazette.
All nurses, midwives, ATSIHPs and pharmacists must be competent and adhere to the indications, restrictions and contraindications identified for the use of any vaccine included in the SSTP. Any care provided outside the scope of the related documents referred to in the SSTP must be discussed with a medical officer at the time.
For more information please go to the Environmental health medicines and poisons notices website.
Last updated: 23 March 2020
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