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Books and Periodicals

Resources for providers, as well as helpful and informative books for patients

Reference books Publications for parents
Periodicals Nonfiction books

Periodicals

AAP News
This monthly newspaper from the American Academy of Pediatrics contains information about AAP's immunization recommendations, national vaccine issues, and many other topics related to child health. Call (866) 843-2271 to subscribe to the paper version, which also includes an online subscription.
Emerging Infectious Diseases
This electronic journal is published monthly by the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It represents the scientific communications component of CDC's efforts against the threat of emerging infections. The journal relies on a broad international authorship base and is rigorously peer-reviewed by independent reviewers from all over the world. Visit the journal's website, to sign up for free electronic delivery.
Global Immunization News (GIN)
GIN is a monthly report of Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) on national and international immunization issues produced by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Infectious Diseases in Children
Published by SLACK Inc., Healio.com provides an in-depth specialty clinical information website about a wide range of topics on infectious disease in children and always contains a significant amount of information about childhood immunization issues. Educational activities, including continuing medical credits are offered. For print subscription information, call (800) 257-8290. Register online to receive customized content and email notifications.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
MMWR is a weekly CDC publication that contains recommendations and information on vaccine-preventable diseases and a wide variety of other public health topics. It is available via the Internet free of charge or in a hard copy from the Massachusetts Medical Society. To subscribe to the mailed version, call (800) 843-6356. To sign up for free electronic delivery, visit CDC's website.
Needle Tips
IAC's online publication is written for health professionals on issues related to all U.S.-recommended vaccinations. All content is reviewed by CDC for technical accuracy, with the exception of opinion pieces written by non-CDC authors. To read or download current and past issues of Needle Tips, visit IAC's website. To subscribe, visit IAC's subscribe page.
Vaccinate Adults!
IAC's online publication is written for adult medicine health professionals on issues related to all U.S.-recommended vaccinations for adults. The entire publication is reviewed by CDC for technical accuracy, with the exception of opinion pieces written by non-CDC authors. To read or download current or past issues of Vaccinate Adults, visit IAC's website. To subscribe, visit IAC's subscribe page.
Vaccine
Vaccine is a journal for those interested in vaccines and vaccination. It serves as an interface between academics, those in research and development, and workers in the field. Relevant topics range from basic research to applications, safety and legislation. To subscribe, go online or call (877) 839-7126
Weekly Epidemiological Record
The WER serves as an instrument for the rapid and accurate dissemination of epidemiological information on cases and outbreaks of diseases of public health importance. WER is published weekly by the World Health Organization and can be downloaded free of charge at: www.who.int/wer. For information on subscription to the printed edition, visit the WHO Periodicals site or use the mail address: World Health Organization, WHO Press, 20 Avenue Appia, CH-1211 Geneva 27; Fax: (+4122) 791 48 57. An e-mail subscription service exists, which provides by electronic mail the table of contents of the WER, together with other short epidemiological bulletins. To subscribe, send a message to listserv@who.int. The subject field should be left blank and the body of the message should contain only the words: subscribe wer-reh. A request for confirmation will be sent in reply.
This page was reviewed on February 25, 2014
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