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Official Releases
The latest vaccine licensures, recommendations and resources from official sources
  American Academy of Pediatrics
  Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  Food and Drug Administration
  State & Local Public Health Departments
  World Health Organization
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Technically Speaking
Technically Speaking is a monthly column written by IAC's Executive Director Deborah Wexler, MD. It is featured in the The CHOP Vaccine Education Center's monthly e-newsletter. It is written for health professionals and covers a variety of practical topics in immunization delivery.
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What's New at IAC
Chronological listing of new and revised IAC materials
Handouts
VISs
Web Sections
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Featured Resources
Vaccine-Preventable Diseases eBook
Every Child By Two has launched a new online interactive resource. The book can be downloaded, printed, and distributed—either as a whole PDF or as individual web pages by disease. - 8/2014
Video: Keys to Storing and Handling Your Vaccine Supply
Released in June 2014, this CDC video (45 min) highlights storage and handling recommendations and best practices to help you protect your patients. Vaccines are among the most powerful tools we have to protect your patients' and the public's health. Proper storage and handling help ensure vaccine potency and safety. Vaccines are fragile, and storage and handling errors are costly. CME credit available.
Related link: Updated May 2014! CDC's Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit
Issue Brief: Compulsory Immunization Waiver Requirements
Network Public Health Law - 5/2014
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Vaccine News
Media coverage about vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases
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BREAKING NEWS
8/29/14
Human Papillomavirus Vaccination - ACIP recommendations
8/22/14
Update on Recommendations for Use of Herpes Zoster Vaccine - ACIP recommendations
8/19/14
CDC releases 2014–15 Influenza Vaccine Information Statements - CDC VIS
8/15/14
Prevention and Control of Seasonal Influenza with Vaccines, 2014–15 - ACIP recommendations
8/1/14
Updated Recommendations on the Use of Meningococcal Vaccines - AAP policy statement
7/30/14
Merck discontinues production of Comvax vaccine (Hib-HepB) - CDC Current Vaccine Shortages & Delays
7/24/14
Safe and Effective Vaccine That Prevents Cancer Continues To Be Underutilized - CDC press release
6/25/14
ACIP recommends a preference for using the nasal spray flu vaccine in healthy children (2–8 years) - CDC press release
6/20/14
Use of MenACWY-CRM Vaccine in Children Ages 2 Through 23 Months at Increased Risk for Meningococcal Disease - ACIP recommendations
6/20/14
Varicella and Herpes Zoster Vaccines - WHO position paper
6/11/14
CDC releases updated Adenovirus VIS - CDC VIS
5/29/14
Measles Cases in the United States Reach 20-year High - CDC press release
4/26/14
CDC announces the recipients of the 2014 Childhood Immunization Champion Awards - CDC NIIW
4/25/14
Announcements: National Infant Immunization Week (April 26–May 3) and World Immunization Week (April 24–30) - MMWR
4/24/14
Report Shows 20-year U.S. Immunization Program Spares Millions of Children from Diseases; VFC Infographic - CDC press release and infographic
Calendar of events: conferences and meetings on immunization
 
This page was reviewed on August 28, 2014
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This website is supported in part by a cooperative agreement from the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (Grant No. 5U38IP000290) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, GA. The website content is the sole responsibility of IAC and does not necessarily represent the official views of CDC.