On November 6, 1995, the Institute of Medicine's Vaccine Safety Forum convened a workshop on detecting and responding to adverse events following vaccination. Workshop speakers and participants discussed the difficulties in detecting adverse events, current adverse events detection and response methods and procedures, suggestions for improving the means of detecting and responding to adverse events following vaccination, and future areas of research. This document represents a summary of that workshop.
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|DIFFICULTIES IN DETECTING ADVERSE EVENTS FOLLOWING VACCINATION||3-4|
|CURRENT ADVERSE EVENT DETECTION AND RESPONSE PROCEDURES||5-8|
|IMPROVING DETECTION OF AND RESPONSE TO ADVERSE EVENTS||9-17|
|ADDITIONAL AREAS FOR RESEARCH||18-20|
|IMMUNE RESPONSE TO VACCINE ANTIGENS||31-34|
|GENETIC FACTORS AFFECTING DEVELOPMENT OF AUTOIMMUNITY||35-36|
|RESEARCH ON IDENTIFYING POPULATIONS AT RISK FOR ADVERSE EVENTS||37-43|
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