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Handouts for Patients & Staff

IAC's Top 25 Handouts

1. Summary of recommendations for adult immunization
Four-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of adult vaccines [#P2011]
2. Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
Four-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of childhood vaccines [#P2010]
3. Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
One-page sheet describes vaccinations that adults need [#P4030]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
KOREAN
RUSSIAN
VIETNAMESE
4. How to administer IM and SC vaccine injections
Two-sided information sheet with illustrations [#P2020]
5. When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Picture of the shot schedule [#P4050]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
KOREAN
RUSSIAN
TURKISH
VIETNAMESE
6. Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
Recommendations in brief [#P2017]
7. Administering Vaccines: Dose, route, site, and needle size
One-page reference table [#P3085]
8. What if you don't immunize your child?
Two-page brochure outlining the consequences of not immunizing your child [#P4017]
9. Vaccine administration record for adults
Document vaccinations using this handy form and put it in the front of each patient's medical chart [#P2023]
10. Vaccine administration record for children and teens
Document vaccinations using this handy form and put it in the front of each patient's medical chart [#P2022]
11. After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort
Tips for parents, includes information about medication that reduce pain and fever (with dosing tables) and FDA Consumer Health Information article about changes to acetaminophen formulations [#P4015]
Language:
TURKISH
Note: Important FAQs about changes to acetaminophen formulations for infants
12. Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
Form your patients fill out to help you evaluate which vaccines can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for professionals [#P4065]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
HMONG
KOREAN
RUSSIAN
TURKISH
VIETNAMESE
13. How to administer IM and SC vaccine injections
Two-sided information sheet with illustrations [#P2020A]
14. Hepatitis A and B vaccines... be sure your patient gets the correct dose!
Recommended child and adult dosages of licensed hepatitis A and B vaccines [#P2081]
15. Administering vaccines to adults: Dose, route, site, needle size, and preparation
One-page reference table [#P3084]
16. Current dates of vaccine information statements (VISs)
Print and cut out up to four charts (4" x 5.5") of current VIS dates for posting around the clinic and work place [#P2029]
17. Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and vaccination
List of high-risk groups, interpretation of the hepatitis B panel, and a glossary of hepatitis B terminology [#P2110]
18. Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Form your patients fill out to help you evaluate which vaccines can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for professionals [#P4060]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
HMONG
KOREAN
RUSSIAN
TURKISH
VIETNAMESE
19. Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
Picture of the shot schedule [#P4010]
Languages:
SPANISH
ARABIC
CHINESE
FRENCH
KOREAN
RUSSIAN
TURKISH
VIETNAMESE
20. Chickenpox (varicella): Questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4202]
21. Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
Two-page reference table listing contraindications and precautions [#P3072A]
22. Vaccinations for preteens and teens, age 11-19 years
Covers all vaccinations for teenagers [#P4020]
Languages:
SPANISH
TURKISH
23. It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
Everything you need to know about VISs [#P2027]
24. Tetanus: Questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4220]
25. Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPV23) CDC answers your questions
One-page Q&A, with a table about revaccination [#P2015]
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This page was reviewed on September 10, 2014
 
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