NVAC

AcronymDefinition
NVACNational Vaccine Advisory Committee
NVACNational Visualization and Analytics Center (US DHS; Richland, WA)
NVACNational Visual Analytics Center (DHS)
NVACNepean Visual Arts Centre (Nepean, Ontario, Canada)
NVACNational Veterans' Advisory Committee (Returned & Services League of Australia)
NVACNational Vendor Access Center (Sprint)
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(18) NVAC recommends that all physicians use their state IIS and create a process in their practice to include its use.
The agenda concluded on May 4th with a closing speech by NVAC director Richard May.
However, he said NVAC would like to hear more from its members about any efficiency measures for gathering and analyzing vaccine safety data.
(45) National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC), "Draft 2009-H1N1 Influenza Vaccination Program Financing Policy Recommendations," July 17, 2009, for consideration at the July 27, 2009 NVAC meeting.
Related Web Sites Cytoscape www.cytoscape.org Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes www.genome.jp/kegg National Center for Biotechnology Information www.ncbi.nih.gov National Visualization and Analytics Center nvac.pnl.gov PNNL Computational and Information Sciences Directorate cisd.pnl.gov PNNL Systems Biology www.sysbio.org Proteomics Research Resource for Integrative Biology ncrr.pnl.gov
NVAC members also voted to accept the recommendation of the antiviral subgroup on the approximate numbers of drug courses needed for priority target groups including hospitalized patients, health care workers with direct patient contact, pandemic health responders, public safety officials, and government decision makers.
"Visual analytics are valuable because the tool helps to detect the expected and discover the unexpected," said Jim Thomas, PNNL's chief scientist for information technologies, who will serve as NVAC director.
NVAC differs from the ACCV in its advisory capacity to the Secretary.
The legislation also created the National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC), composed of representatives of all the major parties involved in childhood immunization.
The National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) notes that in spite of the need to immunize all children by school entry, many children, particularly those from inner city minority communities, do not receive appropriate immunizations.