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American Medical Directors Association (AMDA)
Clinical Corner: Immunization in Long Term Care
AMDA, an organization dedicated to long-term care, provides news and information about immunization and LTC
Immunizations in the Long-Term Care Setting Toolkit
Tool kit contains sample policies and models to help LTC facilities boost vaccination compliance among both residents and staff, includes in-service DVD, "Influenza Immunizations and the Healthcare Worker"
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Prevention and Control of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in Long-Term Care Facilities
To encourage the development of organized immunization programs in long-term care facilities, CDC has created this “how to” manual
Infection Control Measures for Preventing and Controlling Influenza Transmission in Long-Term Care Facilities
Provides information on transmission, vaccination, and control measures
Notice to Readers: Facilitating Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Through Standing Orders Programs
MMWR, January 31, 2003, Vol. 52(04):68-9
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Adult Immunization
Provides overview, provider resources, researcher resources, beneficiary resources, and CMS Initiatives
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