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IAC Express: Issue 1330
October 11, 2017
Ask the Experts—Question of the Week: Please explain why pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine is…read more
Top Stories
Webinar from CDC and NVPO on understanding and addressing parent questions about child vaccines scheduled for October 17
CDC reports on influenza activity in the United States and world from May 21 through September 23
IAC Spotlight! IAC's Administering Vaccines handouts web page contains valuable, easy-to-find resources for healthcare professionals
Registration now open for CDC’s 48th National Immunization Conference on May 15–17, 2018
October 15–21 is International Infection Prevention Week
IAC Handouts
New! IAC develops "Don’t Be Guilty of These Preventable Errors in Vaccine Administration," a 4-page print resource for healthcare professionals
New! IAC develops resource for healthcare professionals titled "Strategies to Improve Adult Vaccination Coverage"
IAC posts updated "Standing Orders for Administering Tdap/Td Vaccine to Children Age 7 Years and Older"
World News
WHO publishes news release on October 3 regarding new global strategy to reduce cholera deaths by 90% by 2030
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CDC and Georgia Tech release parent-friendly "Catch-up Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Online Tool"
NFID releases two campaign toolkits to educate consumers and healthcare professionals about the importance of protecting older adults against influenza
Influenza is serious; many resources are available to help healthcare professionals vaccinate patients
Free app of The Vaccine Handbook available from the Immunization Action Coalition
Journal Articles and Newsletters
September issue of CDC's Immunization Works newsletter now available
CDC reports on human adenovirus surveillance in the United States
Education and Training
AAFP webinar on influenza vaccination now archived and available for viewing
Final reminder: Last segment of CDC webinar series on "The Pink Book" chapter topics airs on October 11
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