Vaccine Record for Travellers

Vaccine Record for Travellers


Record details of your vaccines, and have those details to hand when needed, either by referring to the app, or emailing a summary.
Losing your vaccination records will cost you time, money, and pain in the arm when you have vaccines repeated.
Vaccine Record also allows you to set reminder alerts, so your technology will remind them when vaccines need to be updated.
You can even store a photograph of your vaccine records and especially your yellow fever certificate in your device.
There is currently a paper-based International Vaccine Record that is carried by travellers world wide. This app is the digital version.
This app was developed by Dr Deb Mills, a Travel Medicine specialist for over 20 years.

Recent changes:
1.2 Updated 14/9/11 to include a delete button for vaccine or disease entries, so that things entered in error can now be removed.
1.3 Updated 26/11/11 to allow multiple persons vaccine records to be stored on your phone. Users can now keep track of vaccine records of their partner or children
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About Vaccine Record for Travellers
Record details of your vaccines, and have those details to hand when needed, either by referring to the app, or emailing a summary.
Losing your vaccination records will cost you time, money, and pain in the arm when you have vaccines repeated.
Vaccine Record also allows you to set reminder alerts, so your technology will remind them when vaccines need to be updated.
You can even store a photograph of your vaccine records and especially your yellow fever certificate in your device.
There is currently a paper-based International Vaccine Record that is carried by travellers world wide. This app is the digital version.
This app was developed by Dr Deb Mills, a Travel Medicine specialist for over 20 years.

Recent changes:
1.2 Updated 14/9/11 to include a delete button for vaccine or disease entries, so that things entered in error can now be removed.
1.3 Updated 26/11/11 to allow multiple persons vaccine records to be stored on your phone. Users can now keep track of vaccine records of their partner or children

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A Google User
Jun 28, 2014
Never could even register Downloaded and went to register. Could enter my name but not go to DOB fields. Couldn't scroll, tab, or jump from Name to DOB. Spent 15 minutes trying with no luck. Just uninstalled.
A Google User
Feb 16, 2014
vaccine record app Not happy with this app it will not work, Problems with registering it does not work
A Google User
May 27, 2013
Just what I've been looking for but leaving a feature Orr two I feel the only way to see all my records at the moment is to send an email. A page showing a list of all my vaccinations and their due dates would make this app excellent
A Google User
Jan 4, 2013
Needs a cleanup Some pointers. Will give 5 stars if following are fixed. 1. When registering, it does not allow me to scroll to enter my DOB. The Enter key also does not move to the DOB field. 2. When registering, I get a blob when I selected the drop-down menu next to my name. 3. The date format for displaying the DOB should be as per user preferences, not MM/DD/YYYY 4. Grammar: Tetanus Diphtheria and Pertussis -- a space is needed after the first comma. It should also read Diptheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (as per the common DTP acronym). 5. Consistency: If the DPT has commas separating the vaccines, then MMR would also need to follow the same convention 6. Grammar: Tick Encephalitis should be renamed as "Tick-borne Encephalitis" 7. Grammar: Japanese Encephalitis > "Japanese B Encephalitis" 8. Chickenpox > Varicella 9. Papilloma virus > Human Papillomavirus Virus (note capitalisation) 10. Maybe split meningitis into Meningoccocal and Pneumococcal? 11. Grammar check for "How long vaccines last" page.
A Google User
Jan 4, 2013
Needs a cleanup Some pointers. Will give 5 stars if following are fixed. 1. When registering, it does not allow me to scroll to enter my DOB. The Enter key also does not move to the DOB field. 2. When registering, I get a blob when I selected the drop-down menu next to my name. 3. The date format for displaying the DOB should be as per user preferences, not MM/DD/YYYY 4. Grammar: Tetanus Diphtheria and Pertussis -- a space is needed after the first comma. It should also read Diptheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (as per the common DTP acronym). 5. Consistency: If the DPT has commas separating the vaccines, then MMR would also need to follow the same convention 6. Grammar: Tick Encephalitis should be renamed as "Tick-borne Encephalitis" 7. Grammar: Japanese Encephalitis > "Japanese B Encephalitis" 8. Chickenpox > Varicella 9. Papilloma virus > Human Papillomavirus Virus (note capitalisation) 10. Maybe split meningitis into Meningoccocal and Pneumococcal? 11. Grammar check for "How long vaccines last" page.