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IAC Express: Issue 1341
December 13, 2017
Ask the Experts—Question of the Week: A 17-year-old received two doses of Twinrix, separated by one month. The second…read more
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IAC's new 142-page book, Vaccinating Adults: A Step-by-Step Guide, describes how to implement adult vaccination services in your healthcare setting and provides a review for staff who already vaccinate adults; IAC Guide available for free download or purchase
CDC publishes “Update: Influenza Activity in the United States, October 1–November 25, 2017” in this week’s MMWR
CDC publishes three online reports in FluVaxView on U.S. flu vaccination coverage in 2017 for three groups in U.S.
Having some difficulty getting your adolescent patients vaccinated? Here are some useful tools
BuzzFeed reports on 20-year-old Arizona mother of two who dies one day after receiving flu diagnosis
Voices for Vaccines releases new podcast, “Get the Flu Shot,” to answer your questions about the flu
IAC Handouts
IAC updates its healthcare professional information sheet titled "Vaccines with Diluents: How to Use Them"
IAC updates "Notification of Vaccination Letter Template" for use when vaccinating someone else's patients
Vaccine Information Statements
IAC posts new and updated Turkish translations of VISs
World News
Diphtheria spreading fast among Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh; WHO working with partners to contain outbreak
WHO, UNICEF, and other partners combat diphtheria outbreak in Yemen with vaccinations and medicines following war-related closure of air and sea ports
Featured Resources
CDC slide presentation, “10 Ways to Create a Culture of Immunization within Our Pediatric Practice,” now available for free downloading
Journal Articles and Newsletters
November issue of CDC's Immunization Works newsletter now available
Pediatrics publishes 10-year study confirming HPV vaccine effective and safe for participants, ages 9–15
Study from Emory University finds that vaccine hesitancy among parents associated with beliefs about liberty and purity rather than fact
Education and Training
NFID and mdBriefCase Group Inc. offering on-demand CME activity: "Seasonal Influenza Immunization in the U.S.: Strategies for Protecting Older Adults"
Conferences and Meetings
NFID inviting abstracts by January 4 for presentations at 2018 Annual Conference on Vaccinology Research, April 23–25, in Bethesda; applications open for 2018 Maurice R. Hilleman Early-Stage Career Investigator Award
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