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October 2014 Back to top
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
10/27/14
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
10/27/14
Pneumococcus: Questions and answers
10/27/14
Pneumococcal vaccination recommendations for children and adults by age and/or risk factor
10/27/14
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal (PPSV23 and PCV13) vaccine to adults
10/14/14
Standing orders for administering inactivated poliovirus vaccine to children and teens
10/13/14
Using standing orders for administering vaccines: What you should know
10/10/14
Influenza: Questions and Answers
10/6/14
September 2014 Back to top
Personal belief exemptions for vaccination put people at risk. Examine the evidence for yourself.
9/30/14
First do no harm: mandatory influenza vaccination policies for healthcare personnel help protect patients
9/30/14
Medical management of vaccine reactions in adults
9/26/14
Medical management of vaccine reactions in children and teens
9/26/14
Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
9/24/14
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
9/23/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
9/23/14
Administering Vaccines: Dose, route, site, and needle size
9/10/14
Administering Vaccines to Adults: Dose, route, site, and needle size
9/10/14
Declination of influenza vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
9/9/14
Reference: English-language version
Guides for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years during the 2014–2015 influenza season
9/8/14
Influenza vaccination of people with a history of egg allergy
9/8/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
9/5/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
9/5/14
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to adults
9/4/14
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to children and adolescents
9/4/14
Measles, mumps, and rubella are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Russian
9/2/14
Reference: English-language version
Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!
9/2/14
Influenza vaccine products for the 2014–2015 influenza season
9/2/14
August 2014 Back to top
Declination of influenza vaccination
8/28/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
8/28/14
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
8/26/14
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
8/26/14
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
8/11/14
Vaccines with Diluents: How to use them
8/11/14
Order Form: IAC's Immunization Resources
8/8/14
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
8/7/14
Zoster vaccine: CDC answers your Questions
8/7/14
DTaP, Tdap, and Td catch-up vaccination recommendations by prior vaccine history and age
8/7/14
All kids need hepatitis B shots!
8/5/14
Do I need any vaccinations today?
8/5/14
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
8/5/14
Reference: English-language version
July 2014 Back to top
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
7/18/14
Don't be guilty of these preventable errors in vaccine storage and handling!
7/18/14
Foodborne hepatitis A outbreaks in the U.S. are well-documented; vaccine provides lifetime protection
7/15/14
Hepatitis A is a serious liver disease. Vaccination can protect you
7/14/14
Human Papillomavirus (HPV): A parent's guide to preteen and teen HPV vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
7/14/14
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis A vaccine: Reasons to consider vaccination
7/11/14
Questions frequently asked about hepatitis B
Translation:
Spanish
7/11/14
Reference: English-language version
After the shots...what to do if your child has discomfort
7/3/14
Pneumococcus: Questions and answers
7/1/14
June 2014 Back to top
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
6/17/14
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
6/17/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Hmong
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Korean
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Russian
Turkish
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Vietnamese
6/17/14
Reference: English-language version
Human papillomavirus (HPV): Questions and answers
6/16/14
Hepatitis A: Questions and Answers
6/16/14
Pre-exposure Management for Healthcare Personnel with a Documented Hepatitis B Vaccine Series
6/13/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Hmong
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Korean
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Russian
Turkish
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Vietnamese
6/4/14
Reference: English-language version
May 2014 Back to top
Questions frequently asked about hepatitis B
5/23/14
The Immunization Action Coalition can help your immunization coalition!
5/23/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
5/22/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
5/22/14
Protect yourself against hepatitis A and hepatitis B...a guide for gay and bisexual men
Translation:
Spanish
5/16/14
Reference: English-language version
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A? (for adults)
Translation:
Spanish
5/16/14
Reference: English-language version
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis B? (for adults)
Translation:
Spanish
5/16/14
Reference: English-language version
Vaccinations for adults with heart disease
Translation:
Spanish
5/16/14
Reference: English-language version
Vaccinations for adults with lung disease
Translation:
Spanish
5/16/14
Reference: English-language version
Top ten reasons to protect your child by vaccinating
Translation:
Spanish
5/14/14
Reference: English-language version
Questions parents ask about vaccinations for babies
Translation:
Spanish
5/13/14
Reference: English-language version
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
Translations:
Arabic
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Chinese
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
5/13/14
Reference: English-language version
UP Report #108: Measles: A Dangerous Illness
5/5/14
April 2014 Back to top
Child and teen record card
4/28/14
Suggestions to improve your immunization services
4/21/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Hmong
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Korean
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Russian
Turkish
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Vietnamese
4/14/14
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B shots are recommended for all new babies
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
4/14/14
Reference: English-language version
Vaccine administration record for adults
4/11/14
Vaccine administration record for children and teens
4/11/14
Vaccine handling tips
4/11/14
IAC quick-links reference card
4/8/14
March 2014 Back to top
UP Report #107: Failure to Vaccinate Children: An Unconscionable Twist of Faith
3/28/14
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization
3/24/14
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
3/24/14
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
3/14/14
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines in adults
3/14/14
2014 Laminated Immunization Schedules
3/14/14
Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
3/12/14
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
3/12/14
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
3/12/14
How to administer intradermal, intranasal, and oral vaccinations
3/11/14
Hepatitis A, B, C: Learn the differences
3/10/14
Rubella: Questions and answers
3/10/14
Mumps: Questions and answers
3/10/14
Measles: Questions and answers
3/10/14
February 2014 Back to top
Standing Orders for administering varicella (chickenpox) vaccine to children and teens
2/27/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Language:
Hmong
2/25/14
Reference: English-language version
Questions parents ask about vaccinations for babies
2/25/14
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to children and teens
2/25/14
Hepatitis B shots are recommended for all new babies
2/25/14
Every week hundreds of people get hepatitis B
2/25/14
Protect yourself against hepatitis A and hepatitis B...a guide for gay and bisexual men
2/25/14
Give the birth dose...hepatitis B vaccine at birth saves lives!
2/25/14
Top ten reasons to protect your child by vaccinating
2/14/14
Skills checklist for immunization
2/14/14
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
2/12/14
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
2/12/14
Emergency response worksheet
2/7/14
Standing orders for administering zoster vaccine to adults
2/7/14
Standing Orders for administering varicella (chickenpox) vaccine to adults
2/7/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
2/7/14
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
2/7/14
Vaccinations for adults with lung disease
2/5/14
Vaccinations for adults with heart disease
2/5/14
Standing orders for administering Tdap to pregnant women
2/5/14
Meningococcal vaccination recommendations by age and/or risk factor
2/5/14
Standing orders for administering rotavirus vaccine to infants
2/5/14
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV) to children and teens
2/5/14
January 2014 Back to top
Notification of Vaccination Letter Template
1/30/14
IAC Quiz #1: Immunization
1/29/14
IAC Quiz #2: Vaccine Administration
1/29/14
Vaccines with Diluents: How to use them
1/29/14
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
1/29/14
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
1/28/14
Need help responding to vaccine-hesitant parents? Science-based materials are available from these respected organizations
1/8 /14
December 2013 Back to top
Shingles (Zoster): Questions and answers
12/20/13
Meningococcal: Questions and Answers
12/18/13
Vaccines work!
12/6/13
November 2013 Back to top
Medical management of vaccine reactions in adult patients
11/19/13
MMR vaccine does not cause autism
11/18/13
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
11/14/13
Influenza vaccination of people with a history of egg allergy
11/14/13
Before you vaccinate adults, consider their "H-A-L-O"!
11/13/13
Do not unplug sign (color)
11/8/13
Do not stop power to circuit breaker sign
11/8/13
Personal belief exemptions for vaccination put people at risk. Examine the evidence for yourself.
11/7/13
Human Papillomavirus (HPV): A parent's guide to preteen and teen HPV vaccination
11/6/13
Checklist for safe vaccine storage and handling
11/1/13
Vaccinations for infants and children, age 0-10 years
Translation:
Spanish
11/1/13
Reference: English-language version
Vaccinations for preteens and teens, age 11-19 years
Translation:
Spanish
11/1/13
Reference: English-language version
October 2013 Back to top
Influenza Vaccination Honor Roll from the Immunization Action Coalition, honoring healthcare institutions with stellar influenza vaccination policies.
10/28/13
First do no harm: mandatory influenza vaccination policies for healthcare personnel (HCP) help protect patients
10/23/13
Questions frequently asked about hepatitis B
10/23/13
If you, your parents or your children were born in any of these places...
Translations:
Spanish
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Chinese
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Russian
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Vietnamese
10/9/13
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and vaccination
10/9/13
Vaccinations for pregnant women
Language:
Spanish
10/8/13
Reference: English-language version
If you, your parents, or your children were born in any of these places
10/3/13
Hepatitis B information for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
10/3/13
If you have chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection...
10/3/13
Vaccinations for preteens and teens, age 11-19 years
10/3/13
Seek emergency medical care if you or a family member shows the signs below - a life could be at risk!
10/3/13
Don't take chances with your family's health – make sure you all get vaccinated against influenza every year!
10/3/13
Pneumococcal vaccination recommendations for children and adults by age and/or risk factor
10/3/13
Decision to not vaccinate my child
10/3/13
September 2013 Back to top
Influenza: Questions and Answers
9/30/13
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
Language:
Spanish
9/27/13
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Language:
Spanish
9/27/13
Reference: English-language version
Do you qualify for the Hepatitis B Birth Dose Honor Roll? If so, apply today. (color version)
9/24/13
Do you qualify for the Hepatitis B Birth Dose Honor Roll? If so, apply today. (B&W version)
9/24/13
Influenza vaccination of people with a history of egg allergy
9/13/13
Influenza vaccine products for the 2013–2014 influenza season
9/11/13
Guides for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years during the 2013–2014 influenza season
9/5/13
How to administer intramuscular, intradermal, and intranasal influenza vaccines
9/5/13
Hepatitis B and healthcare personnel
9/5/13
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to adults
9/4/13
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to children and adolescents
9/4/13
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
9/3/13
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
9/3/13
August 2013 Back to top
Clear answers & smart advice about your baby's shots by Ari Brown, MD
8/30/13
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
8/28/13
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
8/28/13
Rotavirus: Questions and Answers
8/28/13
Rabies: Questions and Answers
8/28/13
Lifetime immunization record card
8/27/13
Temperature log for freezer [#P3038F, #P3038C]
Fahrenheit
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Celsius
8/21/13
Temperature log for refrigerator [#P3037F, #P3037C]
Fahrenheit
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Celsius
8/21/13
Vaccine Storage Troubleshooting Record (fillable form) [#P3041]
PDF
8/21/13
Vaccinations for pregnant women
8/19/13
Chickenpox is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis A is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Hib is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
HPV is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Influenza is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Measles, mumps, and rubella are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Meningococcal disease is serious...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Pneumococcal disease is serious...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Polio is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Rotavirus is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
Language:
Spanish
8/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B: Questions and Answers
8/9/13
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized! (dated 4/13)
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
8/9/13
Reference: English-language version
July 2013 Back to top
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
7/31/13
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
7/31/13
Chickenpox (Varicella): Questions and Answers
7/30/13
Diphtheria: Questions and Answers
7/25/13
Tetanus: Questions and Answers
7/25/13
Pertussis (Whooping Cough): questions and answers
7/25/13
Protect yourself from whooping cough...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from shingles...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from pneumococcal disease...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from meningococcal disease...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from influenza...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from HPV...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from hepatitis B...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from hepatitis A...Get vaccinated!
Language:
Spanish
7/12/13
Reference: English-language version
Influenza vaccine products for the 2013–2014 influenza season
7/12/13
Vaccinations for adults with hepatitis C infection
Language:
Spanish
7/10/13
Reference: English-language version
Vaccinations for adults with HIV infection
Language:
Spanish
7/10/13
Reference: English-language version
Vaccinations for adults with diabetes
Language:
Spanish
7/10/13
Reference: English-language version
Cocooning protects babies
Language:
Spanish
7/10/13
Reference: English-language version
June 2013 Back to top
Chickenpox is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Hepatitis A is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Hepatitis B is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Hib is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
HPV is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Influenza is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Measles, mumps, and rubella are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Meningococcal disease is serious...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Pneumococcal disease is serious...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Polio is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Rotavirus is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
6/25/13
Standing orders for administering MMR vaccine to adults
6/17/13
Standing orders for administering MMR vaccine to children and teens
6/17/13
Standing Orders for administering varicella (chickenpox) vaccine to adults
6/17/13
Standing Orders for administering varicella (chickenpox) vaccine to children and teens
6/17/13
Standing orders for administering hepatitis B vaccine to adults
6/17/13
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to adults
6/17/13
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to children and adolescents
6/17/13
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to children and teens
6/13/13
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to adults
6/13/13
Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
6/13/13
Flyer- Honor Roll for Patient Safety from the Immunization Action Coalition, honoring healthcare institutions with stellar influenza vaccination policies
6/10/13
May 2013 Back to top
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
5/22/13
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
5/22/13
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization
5/20/13
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
5/20/13
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
5/10/13
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
5/10/13
Protect yourself from whooping cough...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from shingles...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from pneumococcal disease...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from meningococcal disease...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from influenza...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from HPV...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from hepatitis B...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Protect yourself from hepatitis A...Get vaccinated!
5/9/13
Vaccinations for adults with diabetes
5/1/13
Vaccinations for adults with hepatitis C infection
5/1/13
Vaccinations for adults with HIV infection
5/1/13
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
5/1/13
April 2013 Back to top
Meningococcal vaccination recommendations by age and/or risk factor
4/29/13
Child and teen record card
4/25/13
Standing orders for administering Tdap/Td to adults
4/25/13
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
4/25/13
Standing orders for administering Hib vaccine to children
4/25/13
Hepatitis B and A vaccines are imperative for families adopting from abroad
4/22/13
Pneumococcal vaccines - CDC answers your questions
4/12/13
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) to children
4/12/13
Sample vaccine policy statement
4/11/13
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
4/11/13
Reference: English-language version
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
4/11/13
Pneumococcal vaccination recommendations for children and adults by age and/or risk factor
4/10/13
Recommendations for pneumococcal vaccine use in children and teens
4/10/13
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
Language:
Spanish
4/9/13
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Language:
Spanish
4/9/13
Reference: English-language version
Brief introduction to hepatitis B for parents of adopted children
4/9/13
You are not alone! Information for young adults who are chronically infected with HBV
4/9/13
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
4/5/13
March 2013 Back to top
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
3/22/13
Standing orders for administering Tdap/Td to adults
3/22/13
Cocooning protects babies
3/18/13
2013 Laminated Immunization Schedules
3/15/13
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
Language:
Turkish
3/14/13
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Language:
Turkish
3/14/13
Reference: English-language version
Vaccinations for preteens and teens, age 11-19 years
Translation:
Turkish
3/13/13
Reference: English-language version
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort
Translation:
Turkish
3/14/13
Reference: English-language version
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines in adults
3/14/13
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
3/14/13
February 2013 Back to top
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
3/5/13
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
Language:
Hmong
2/28/13
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Language:
Hmong
2/28/13
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Language:
Hmong
2/28/13
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
Language:
Hmong
2/28/13
Reference: English-language version
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
2/26/13
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
2/26/13
Reference: English-language version
Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib): Questions and answers
2/22/13
Polio: Questions and Answers
2/22/13
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization
2/13/13
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
2/13/13
Pneumococcal vaccines - CDC answers your questions
2/1/13
January 2013 Back to top
Do I need any vaccinations today?
1/10/13
Pneumococcal vaccines - CDC answers your questions
1/7/13
Pneumococcal vaccination recommendations for children and adults by age and/or risk factor
1/7/13
Vaccinations for adults with diabetes
1/4/13
Vaccinations for infants and children, age 0-10 years
1/4/13
Vaccinations for preteens and teens, age 11-19 years
1/3/13
December 2012 Back to top
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
|
Russian
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Vietnamese
12/18/12
Reference: English-language version
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
|
Chinese
|
French
|
Korean
|
Russian
|
Vietnamese
12/18/12
Reference: English-language version
Meningococcal vaccination recommendations by age and/or risk factor
12/17/12
Notification of Vaccination Letter Template
12/12/12
Vaccines with Diluents: How to use them
12/11/12
After the shots...what to do if your child has discomfort
12/5/12
November 2012 Back to top
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
11/26/12
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
11/26/12
Pneumococcus: Questions and answers
11/19/12
To Err Is Human; Not To Err Is Better! Vaccination Errors and How To Prevent Them
11/19/12
Quick Answers to Tough Questions: Vaccine Talking Points for Busy Health Professionals
11/19/12
Influenza: Questions and Answers
11/9/12
Recommendations for pneumococcal vaccine use in children and teens
11/8/12
October 2012 Back to top
Standing Orders: Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to children and teens
10/31/12
Standing Orders: Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to adult
10/31/12
Standing orders for administering DTaP vaccine to children younger than 7 years
10/23/12
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
10/23/12
Standing orders for administering Tdap/Td to adults
10/23/12
Standing orders for administering Hepatitis B vaccine to adults
10/23/12
Standing orders for administering Hib vaccine to children
10/23/12
Standing orders for administering Hepatitis B vaccine - Children and teens
10/23/12
Hepatitis B and Healthcare Personnel
10/22/12
How to administer IM and SC injections
10/22/12
Pertussis (Whooping Cough): questions and answers
10/15/12
Diphtheria: Questions and Answers
10/15/12
Tetanus: Questions and Answers
10/15/12
Hepatitis A: Questions and Answers
10/15/12
Cocooning protects babies
10/12/12
First do no harm: mandatory influenza vaccination policies for healthcare personnel (HCP) help protect patients
10/9/12
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
10/3/12
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
10/3/12
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
10/2/12
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
10/2/12
September 2012 Back to top
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized! (dated 12/10)
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
9/27/12
Reference: English-language version
Sample text for developing admission orders in newborn units for the hepatitis B vaccine birth dose
9/21/12
States report hundreds of medical errors in perinatal hepatitis B prevention
9/21/12
Give the birth dose...hepatitis B vaccine at birth saves lives!
9/21/12
Unprotected infant dies of fulminant hepatitis B
9/19/12
Two more infants chronically infected with hepatitis B virus...the medical errors continue
9/19/12
Medical errors put infants at risk for chronic hepatitis B virus infection – six case reports
9/19/12
Guidance for developing admission orders in labor & delivery and newborn units to prevent hepatitis B virus transmission
9/19/12
Influenza vaccination of people with a history of egg allergy
9/17/12
Screening questionnaire for inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
9/10/12
Reference: English-language version
Screening questionnaire for live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
9/10/12
Reference: English-language version
August 2012 Back to top
Hepatitis A, B, and C: Learn the Differences
8/31/12
Should you be tested for hepatitis C? (for adults)
8/31/12
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A? (for adults)
8/31/12
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to adults
8/29/12
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to children and adolescents
8/29/12
Screening questionnaire for live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
8/29/12
Screening questionnaire for inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
8/29/12
Influenza vaccine products for the 2012–2013 influenza season
8/28/12
Guides for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years during the 2012–2013 influenza season
8/28/12
Vaccinations for adults with hepatitis C infection
8/6/12
Vaccinations for adults with HIV infection
8/6/12
How to administer IM and SC injections
8/6/12
Meningococcal vaccination recommendations by age and/or risk factor
8/6/12
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
8/3/12
Do I need any vaccinations today?
8/1/12
Tips for locating old immunization records
8/1/12
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal (PPSV23 and PCV13) vaccine to adults
8/1/12
July 2012 Back to top
How to administer IM and SC vaccine injections to adults
7/24/12
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
7/24/12
Meningococcal vaccination recommendations by age and/or risk factor
7/24/12
Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
7/17/12
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to adults
7/11/12
Administering Vaccines: Dose, route, site, and needle size
7/11/12
Administering Vaccines to Adults: Dose, route, site, and needle size
7/11/12
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
7/5/12
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
7/5/12
June 2012 Back to top
Hepatitis A, B, and C: Learn the Differences
6/25/12
Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
6/12/12
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
6/10/12
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
6/4/12
May 2012 Back to top
Standing Orders: Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to adult
5/7/12
Standing orders for administering Tdap/Td to adults
5/7/12
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
5/4/12
April 2012 Back to top
Tips for locating old immunization records
4/30/12
Human papillomavirus (HPV): Questions and answers
4/30/12
Screening questionnaire for child and teen immunization
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
4/16/12
Reference: English-language version
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis B? (for adults)
4/2/12
March 2012 Back to top
Flyer - IAC and CDC can help your immunization coalition!
3/12/12
Flyer- Honor Roll for Patient Safety from the Immunization Action Coalition, honoring healthcare institutions with stellar influenza vaccination policies
3/6/12
Are you 11-19 years old? Then you need to be vaccinated!
Translation:
Turkish
3/2/12
Reference: English-language version
Are you 11-19 years old? Then you need to be vaccinated!
Translation:
Spanish
3/2/12
Reference: English-language version
Meningococcal: Questions and Answers
3/2/12
Clear answers & smart advice about your baby's shots by Ari Brown, MD
3/2/12
Screening questionnaire for child and teen immunization
Translation:
Turkish
3/2/12
Reference: English-language version
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
3/1/12
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines in adults
3/1/12
February 2012 Back to top
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
2/27/12
Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
2/16/12
Screening questionnaire for child and teen immunization
2/16/12
Standing orders for administering Hepatitis B vaccine to adults
2/15/12
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to adults
2/15/12
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to children & teens
2/15/12
Standing orders for administering rotavirus vaccine to infants
2/15/12
Standing Orders: Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to children and teens
2/15/12
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
2/15/12
Are you 11-19 years old? Then you need to be vaccinated!
2/7/12
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
2/7/12
January 2012 Back to top
Flyer -- Increase immunization action -- Become IAC's partner today!
1/31/12
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
1/30/12
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization
1/30/12
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
1/23/12
December 2011 Back to top
Vaccine handling tips
12/29/11
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
12/19/11
What if you don't immunize your child?
12/16/11
Influenza: Questions and Answers
12/13/11
Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
12/8/11
Reference: English-language version
November 2011 Back to top
Declination of influenza vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
11/11/11
Reference: English-language version
Screening questionnaire for adult immunization (dated 10/11)
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
11/11/11
Reference: English-language version
Screening questionnaire for child and teen immunization (dated 10/10)
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
11/10/11
Reference: English-language version
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
11/9/11
Reference: English-language version
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
11/8/11
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
11/7/11
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
11/2/11
Reference: English-language version
October 2011 Back to top
Decision to not vaccinate my child
(Note: Change of title, formerly "Refusal to vaccinate my child.")
10/28/11
Influenza vaccine products for the 2011-2012 influenza season
10/25/11
How to administer intramuscular, intradermal, and intranasal influenza vaccines
10/25/11
Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV): CDC answers your questions
10/20/11
Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!
10/19/11
First do no harm -- protect patients by making sure all staff receive yearly influenza vaccine!
10/19/11
Declination of influenza vaccination
10/12/11
Screening questionnaire for adult immunization
10/12/11
Screening questionnaire for child and teen immunization
10/12/11
Shingles (Zoster): Questions and answers
10/11/11
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort
10/6/11
Flyer -- IAC superheroes poster
10/6/11
Flyer -- IAC superheroes coloring page
10/6/11
September 2011 Back to top
Flyer -- What a wonderful web we've woven!
9/29/11
Flyer -- Handy resources
9/29/11
Flyer -- IAC's online directory of immunization resources
9/29/11
IAC Quick-Links Reference Card
9/29/11
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to adults
9/28/11
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
9/28/11
Flyer- Honor Roll for Patient Safety from the Immunization Action Coalition, honoring healthcare institutions with stellar influenza vaccination policies
9/28/11
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
9/22/11
Flyer -- Increase immunization action -- Become IAC's partner today!
9/22/11
Flyer -- Do you spend too much time fishing for practical vaccine information?
9/20/11
Screening questionnaire for live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
9/7/11
Reference: English-language version
Guides for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years during the 2011–12 influenza season
9/7/11
August 2011 Back to top
Screening questionnaire for inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
Translation:
Spanish
8/31/11
Reference: English-language version
Influenza vaccine products for the 2011-2012 influenza season
8/31/11
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to adults
8/24/11
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to children and adolescents
8/24/11
Screening questionnaire for inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
8/24/11
Screening questionnaire for live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
8/24/11
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap vaccine to adults
8/17/11
Temperature log for refrigerator/freezer - Celsius
8/12/11
Temperature log for refrigerator/freezer - Fahrenheit
8/12/11
Skills checklist for immunization
8/12/11
Temperature log for freezer - Celsius
8/11/11
Temperature log for refrigerator - Celsius
8/11/11
Temperature log for freezer - Fahrenheit
8/11/11
Temperature log for refrigerator - Fahrenheit
8/11/11
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Languages:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Turkish
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Vietnamese
8/10/11
Reference: English-language version
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
8/9/11
Reference: English-language version
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
8/5/11
Celsius Freezer Temperature Log for Vaccines
8/2/11
Celsius Refrigerator Temperature Log for Vaccines
8/2/11
Fahrenheit Freezer Temperature Log for Vaccines
8/2/11
Fahrenheit Refrigerator Temperature Log for Vaccines
8/2/11
July 2011 Back to top
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
7/22/11
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Translation:
Turkish
7/22/11
Reference: English-language version
Checklist for safe vaccine storage and handling
7/8/11
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
7/5/11
Medical management of vaccine reactions in children and teens
7/5/11
June 2011 Back to top
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
6/9/11
Vaccines with Diluents: How to use them
6/9/11
May 2011 Back to top
After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
5/27/11
Reliable sources of immunization information
5/17 /11
Need help responding to vaccine-hesitant parents? Science-based materials are available from these respected organizations
5/17 /11
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
5/6/11
Are you 11-19 years old? Then you need to be vaccinated!
Translation:
Spanish
5/3/11
Reference: English-language version
Temperature log for refrigerator and freezer- Fahrenheit
5/2/11
Temperature log for refrigerator and freezer- Celsius
5/2/11
April 2011 Back to top
Don't be guilty of these errors in vaccine storage and handling
4/29/11
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization
4/29/11
Checklist for safe vaccine storage and handling
4/27/11
Temperature log for refrigerator/freezer for vaccines - Fahrenheit
4/27/11
Temperature log for refrigerator/freezer for vaccines - Celsius
4/27/11
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to children & teens
4/25/11
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to adults
4/25/11
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
4/20/11
Reference: English-language version
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Translation:
Turkish
4/7/11
Reference: English-language version
Screening questionnaire for child and teen immunization (dated 10/10)
Translation:
Turkish
4/7/11
Reference: English-language version
Screening questionnaire for adult immunization (dated 10/10)
Translation:
Turkish
4/7/11
Reference: English-language version
Are you 11-19 years old? Then you need to be vaccinated!
Translation:
Turkish
4/7/11
Reference: English-language version
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
Translation:
Turkish
4/7/11
Reference: English-language version
Medical management of vaccine reactions in children and teens
4/7/11
Medical management of vaccine reactions in adult patients
4/7/11
March 2011 Back to top
All kids need hepatitis B shots
Translation:
Turkish
3/31/11
Reference: English-language version
Vaccine handling tips
4/29/11
Do I need any vaccinations today?
3/29/11
Vaccine administration record for adults
3/29/11
Vaccine administration record for children and teens
3/29/11
Do not unplug sign (color)
3/22/11
Do not stop power to circuit breaker sign
3/22/11
Meningococcal: Questions and Answers
3/22/11
Polio: Questions and Answers
3/17/11
Decisions in the Omnibus Autism Proceeding
3/15/11
Are you 11-19 years old? Then you need to be vaccinated!
3/9/11
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
3/8/11
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
3/8/11
Hepatitis A: Questions and Answers
3/1/11
February 2011 Back to top
Order Form: Immunization Techniques DVD -- 2010 edition
2/17/11
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines in adults
2/14/11
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
2/14/11
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized! (dated 12/10)
Translations:
Spanish
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Arabic
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Chinese
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French
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Korean
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Russian
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Vietnamese
2/3/11
Reference: English-language version
Vaccines with Diluents: How to use them
2/3/11
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized! (dated 12/10)
Translations:
Hmong
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Karen
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Somali
2/1/11
Reference: English-language version
January 2011 Back to top
Hepatitis A and B vaccines . . . be sure your patient gets the correct dose!
1/31/11
Notification of Vaccination Letter Template
1/13/11
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal vaccine to adults
1/13/11
Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
1/12/11
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to adults
1/12/11
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
1/12/11
Sample vaccine policy statement
1/12/11
If you, your parents or your children were born in any of these places...
Translations:
Chinese
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Russian
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Spanish
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Vietnamese
1/11/11
Reference: English-language version
If you, your parents or your children were born in any of these places...
1/7/11
Quick chart of vaccine-preventable disease terms in multiple languages
1/5/11
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