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University of Sydney (Camden Campus) Flu Vaccination Program: 10th May 2017

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Employee Flu Vaccination 1 hour before event starts Free  

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The University of Sydney 2017 Flu Vaccination Program

The University of Sydney is offering all employees the opportunity to receive a free 2017 Quadrivalent Influenza (flu) vaccination. Vaccinations are administered by highly experienced immunisation team at Australian Vaccine Services. This is a great opportunity for you to avoid the flu this year and stay healthy.

How can I make a booking?

If you wish to register to receive a free flu vaccination, please select your desired time slot select register. If all the times slots say [SOLD OUT] please click on this link and select a new date to see if time is available. If all sessions are fully booked, please contact your Safety and Wellbeing team to request to go on the waiting list for another session

On the next page you will be asked to complete your details including your name, and email address for confirmation. Please enter your booking details into your calendar.

Where are the vaccinations taking place?

Vaccinations will be administered at Room 301 (CCWF) – General Teaching Building, (C01E), 415 Werombi Road, Brownlow Hill between 09.00am – 14.00pm.

Please use this link to access the University Maps

What vaccinations are we using this year?

AVS will be use the new 2017 Quadrivalent vaccine. The influenza vaccine virus strains selected by the World Health Organisation for the 2017 Northern Hemisphere influenza season were chosen with the goals of providing the broader possible coverage and making the vaccine more effective than the 2016 vaccine was

Quadrivalent Influenza vaccines include two influenza type A and two influenza type B lineage viruses. This is the same type of vaccine the Government are using as part of the National Program to fight influenza in Australia. The Quadrivalent strains for the 2017 flu strain are:

  • an A/Michigan/45/2015 (H1N1) pdm09 - like virus;
  • An A/Hong Kong/4801/2014 (H3N2) - like virus;
  • A B/Brisbane/60/2008 - like virus
  • A B/Phuket/3073/2013 - like virus

Why get vaccinated against influenza (flu)?

Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory disease that can lead to serious complications, hospitalization, or even death. Anyone can get the flu, and vaccination is the single best way to protect against influenza. Even healthy children and adults can get very sick from the flu and spread it to family and friends.

There are several reasons for getting a yearly flu vaccine. 

  • Flu Vaccination can keep you from getting sick with flu
  • Flu vaccination can reduce the risk of flu-associated hospitalization
  • Flu viruses are constantly changing; flu vaccines may be updated from one season to the next to protect against the most recent and most commonly circulating viruses.
  • Annual vaccination is recommended is that a person’s immune protection from vaccination declines over time and annual vaccination is needed for optimal protection.
  • Flu vaccination is an important preventive tool for people with chronic health conditions
  • Vaccination helps protect women during and after pregnancy. Getting vaccinated also protects the developing baby during pregnancy and for several months after the baby is born.
  • Flu vaccination also may make your illness milder if you do get sick.

Who shouldn’t get the flu shot?

If you are allergic to eggs or have had a severe reaction to a previous flu vaccine, then you should not receive a flu vaccination during this program. You may still be able to receive a flu vaccination, but you should consult your doctor as special precautions maybe required.

If you are pregnant you are still able to receive an influenza vaccination, however you may wish to consult your doctor before booking a time slot.                  

What do I need to bring on the day?

Flu vaccination consent forms will need to be completed and handed to the nurse on the day of the vaccination. The nurse will be unable to administer a vaccination without a signed consent form being provided.

Consent forms and other information about the flu vaccination will be available from here

Who do I contact if I have questions?

If you would like further information on Influenza, please visit our resources page to download information booklets on the influenza vaccine using this link: Australian Vaccine Services Flu Vaccination Resources

If you have any questions please contact your local HR manager or email Australian Vaccine Services at

To cancel your booking

Please go to: and follow the steps below: 

  1. Enter the email address you used for the booking
  2. If you've not got an eventbrite account, an email will be sent to you to activate one (only required to do this step once)
  3. Once activated, you will be taken to where you can now change/cancel your tickets. Click on View Order
  4. Click Cancel Order. An email confirmation will be sent to you and AVS

To change your booking

If you wish to change the time that you've booked your vaccination, please book a new flu vaccination with your preferred time and follow the instructions above to cancel the other vaccination you had scheduled. Alternatively call AVS on 1300 FLU VAC (1300 358 822) and a member of the team will be happy to help.

Have questions about University of Sydney (Camden Campus) Flu Vaccination Program: 10th May 2017? Contact the organiser

When & Where

Room 301 (CCWF)
General Teaching Building, (C01E), 415 Werombi Road
Brownlow Hill, NSW 2570

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