Public resources

Further information on immunisation is also available on NI Direct here.

The MMR vaccine protects your child against measles, mumps and rubella (German measles). MMR has three separate vaccines in one injection. Your child should receive one dose of MMR just after their first birthday and a second dose when they are aged three years and four months old.

It is important to protect children against measles, mumps and rubella as these diseases can have serious complications. Information and advice is available here.

Childhood immunisations

Immunization for infants and children under 2 years

Immunization for preschool children ( aged 2- 4 years)

Immunisations for 11-18 year olds


Teenage vaccinations 14-18 years old

Those attending University for the first time


Whooping cough Leaflet


Rubella and your pregnancy

Hepatitis B and protecting your baby

OVER 65 year old