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AAP Immunization Initiatives Newsletter
To receive the newsletter, email cispimmunize@aap.org with the word "Newsletter" in the subject heading.
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CDC Email Subscription Service
Complete a subscription profile, and CDC sends an alert by email when new information on the topics you pick (e.g., VISs, schedules, ACIP recommendations, statistics, registries, news) have been updated on the agency's website.
CDC Public Health Law News
Published weekly by the CDC Public Health Law Program, the newsletter is intended for persons who wish to keep up with developments in public health law, regulation, legislation, and related topics.
Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy (CIDRAP)
Sign up for email alerts from the University of Minnesota's CIDRAP, which provides daily news and resources on influenza (general information/vaccines, avian influenza, and pandemic influenza), bioterrorism, biosecurity, and food safety.
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The Drum Beat
This international health newsletter is part of an email and web network provided by The Communication Initiative partnership (The Rockefeller Foundation, BBC World Service Trust, CFSC Consortium, The CHANGE Project, CIDA, Exchange, FAO, Ford Foundation, Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs, OneWorld, The Panos Institute, PCI, Soul City, The Synergy Project, UNAIDS, UNICEF, USAID, WHO).
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ECBT Newsletter
This electronic newsletter from Every Child By Two provides immunization news and a review of Capitol Hill activities that are related to immunization. Additionally, ECBT assembles significant news media coverage about immunization in their Daily Clips.
EZIZ is a one-stop shop for immunization training and resources. EZIZ is the website for the California Department of Public Health's Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. Subscribe to email news from EZIZ.
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Families Fighting Flu
Fighting Influenza is the official newsletter from Families Fighting Flu. The e-newsletter is distributed periodically throughout the flu season and includes updates on various campaigns and flu news.
FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER)
The Food and Drug Administration uses this free email announcement service to provide updates on vaccine issues and other biologics.
FOCUS on Vaccine Access
The International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, publishes FOCUS on Vaccine Access. It replaces PneumoFOCUS, which IVAC published during 2003–2010. FOCUS on Vaccine Access will reach beyond the scope of pneumococcal disease and vaccines to include coverage of policies, research, and communications that deliver the widest and most equitable access to immunization for all children. Visit the website to subscribe via email.
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GAVI Alliance
GAVI's monthly e-newsletter Immunisation Insights provides tools to help you advocate for vaccines and child survival.
Global Immunization News
GIN is a monthly report on national and international immunization issues produced by WHO, in collaboration with UNICEF and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) Alliance. To receive an email copy, send an email message to: vaccines@who.int.
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HPVflash is an email news bulletin from PATH that disseminates useful cervical cancer prevention information, including updates on vaccines against the human papillomavirus, to interested persons worldwide. HPVflash emails are emailed only a few times a year. Sign up for HPVflash on the RHO Cervical Cancer website.
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IAC Express
Sign up to have free immunization news delivered to you via email once a week from the Immunization Action Coalition. You will receive messages about immunization resources, new Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations, and other newsworthy items.
Immunization Newsletter (formerly EPI Newsletter)
The Immunization Newsletter is published every two months by the Immunization Unit of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization. Its purpose is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information concerning immunization programs in the Region, in order to promote greater knowledge of the problems faced and their possible solutions. The newsletter is available in English, French, and Spanish languages.
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Measles & Rubella Initiative
Founded in 2001 as the Measles Initiative, the Measles & Rubella Initiative is a global partnership committed to ensuring that no child dies from measles or is born with congenital rubella syndrome. It is led by the American Red Cross, the United Nations Foundation, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, UNICEF, and the World Health Organization. Sign up to receive the initiative's monthly newsletter.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
Recommendations and information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on vaccine-preventable diseases and many more public health topics delivered directly to your email once a week. To read online, visit: www.cdc.gov/mmwr
MVP News Digest
MVP News Digest provides a quarterly update of activities at the Meningitis Vaccine Project, a partnership between the World Health Organization and PATH. The Meningitis Vaccine Project works to eliminate epidemic meningitis as a public health problem in sub-Saharan Africa through the advancement of a meningococcal conjugate vaccine. The digest offers news on vaccine development, clinical and surveillance activities, epidemiologic research, and vaccine introduction. Sign up for MVP News Digest with a message to: info@meningvax.org
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PATH e-newsletters
PATH has a number of immunization-related newsletters newsletters directed to those interested in global health. Receive one or all produced by PATH: HPVflash, MVP News Digest, Rotavirus Updates and RotaFlash, Vaccines for the Future, and Vaccine Technologies News and Updates.
Polio News
Polio News is the newsletter of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative by the World Health Organization in association with Rotary International, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and United Nations Children's Fund. Subscribe to the official newsletter of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.
Polio Pipeline
A quarterly update of ongoing research in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, from the Polio Eradication Research and Product Development team at the World Health Organization. Polio Pipeline is also available on www.polioeradication.org. To subscribe to this quarterly newsletter, please email: polioresearch@who.int.
ProMED Digest
The International Society for Infectious Diseases publishes daily updates on disease outbreaks around the world.
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Rotavirus Update (PATH) and RotaFlash
Monthly newsletter provides the latest information on the development of vaccines against rotavirus, a diarrheal disease that afflicts children worldwide and can lead to severe, sometimes fatal, dehydration. This newsletter reports on progress made by PATH and partners toward bringing a rotavirus vaccine to children in the world's poorest countries. RotaFlash serves as a supplement between issues of the Rotavirus Update newsletter, providing breaking news on rotavirus disease and vaccines.
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Safe Injection Global Network (SIGN) (WHO)
A comprehensive resource on international injection safety issues created by the World Health Organization.
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Vaccine Education Center Newsletter Signup
Receive Vaccine Update, an e-newsletter for healthcare providers from the Vaccine Education Center of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Also, sign-up to receive the Parents PACK Email Newsletter; each issue offers timely vaccine information, announcements, feature articles, and vaccine questions and answers.
Vaccine Safety Net Newsletter
More than a decade ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched the Vaccine Safety Net (VSN) project to help public health authorities, health professionals, and the public access reliable information about vaccine safety via the Internet. The VSN maintains an approved list of websites with reliable immunization information based on established criteria. Both IAC websites, www.immunize.org and www.vaccineinformation.org, are approved by VSN. The Vaccine Safety Net Newsletter, launched in October 2014, aims to disseminate news and information regarding VSN, foster communication and synergy among VSN members, and promote good information practices for websites providing information about vaccine safety. The newsletter is published in English on a quarterly basis. Access more information about the newsletter, including how to submit information for publication
Vaccine Technologies News and Updates
This twice yearly e-newsletter provides timely, periodic briefings on our work to advance innovative technologies that help to improve vaccine products and the way they are delivered, especially in remote settings with limited access to health facilities and refrigeration equipment, includes scientific updates, programmatic announcements, upcoming event listings, and additional resources for further reading. Subscribe to the Vaccine Technologies e-newsletter at www.path.org/newsletters/vaccine-technologies-newsletter-signup.php.
Vaccines for the Future
Vaccines for the Future provides a periodic update on PATH's vaccine development program, which works to develop new, appropriate, and affordable vaccines against the two leading causes of death in children under five-pneumonia and diarrhea. The e-newsletter includes updates on PATH"S progress, partnerships, and specific projects related to vaccines against pneumococcal disease, rotavirus, Shigella, enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC), and influenza. Sign up for Vaccines for the Future at www.path.org/newsletters/vaccine-development-newsletter-signup.php
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Weekly Epidemiological Report (WER)
WER, a publication of the World Health Organization (WHO), provides rapid and accurate dissemination of epidemiological information on international cases and outbreaks of diseases, including the newly emerging or re-emerging infections. Read the WHO's Weekly Epidemiological Record (WER) at or subscribe to the free electronic version by sending a message to: listserv@who.int The subject field should be left blank and the body of the message should contain only the line "subscribe wer-reh"
This page was updated on January 18, 2016.
This page was reviewed on January 13, 2016.
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