Vaccinology

Quarterly for general practitioners, paediatricians, infectologists, virologists and microbiologists

Current issue

02 / 2023

Real data on the occurrence of shingles in the Czech Republic in the years 2010–2022

Archive of numbers

Take a look at the archive of already published issues.

01 / 2023

Vaccination against rotavirus infections, data about failures of vaccination in information systems.

04 / 2022

We have started a new year, and it turns out that it will not be any easier than the previous years. We faced a sharp increase in respiratory diseases, where three basic pathogens played a key role – the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the influenza virus and the RS virus. This wave led to an increased demand for analgesics, but also antibiotics, for which our system was obviously not prepared.

03 / 2022

Currently, we perceive a relatively massive occurrence of RS viruses in particular. An example is Germany, where a major epidemic took place in recent weeks and is still taking place, logically affecting especially the youngest years of the population.

02 / 2022

Covid-19 has not disappeared into the abyss of history, as we all wished, but it is still here with us and, unfortunately, it makes itself known. In recent days, we have seen the expected increase in positive detections, but also the increasing number of hospitalized patients.

01 / 2022

The conflict in Ukraine is drawing all the attention, perhaps too much attention from our politicians, as they do not seem to be tackling serious domestic economic problems with the same vigor.

04 / 2021

Unlike the Czech Republic, our neighbor Austria is moving towards mandatory vaccination against covid-19 by leaps and bounds. Time will show not only the professional aspects and consequences of this measure, but also the political impacts.

About the magazine

The journal Vaccinology aims to be an important source of information for general practitioners and paediatricians in the field of vaccinology. It is the only magazine in the Czech Republic dealing exclusively with vaccination, published as a quarterly.

It is distributed free of charge in 4,500 copies to general practitioners (2,200), paediatricians (1,800), members of the Czech Vaccinological Society, infectologists and other professionals involved in vaccination.

In the form of original papers, review articles, case reports, news, etc. provides regular access to current medical knowledge. The journal Vaccinology has been included by the Council for Research, Development and Innovation of the Government of the Czech Republic in the list of peer-reviewed non-impacted periodicals published in the Czech Republic. Since 2010, the journal Vaccinology has been indexed in the Embase and Scopus databases.2

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