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IAC Publications: Vaccinate Adults
Vaccinate Adults is a publication written for health professionals who provide services for adults. Every issue includes the Ask the Experts feature by CDC experts who answer challenging and timely questions about vaccines and their administration and copyright-free print materials from IAC to photocopy and hand out to clinic staff and patients. The technical content of Vaccinate Adults is reviewed for accuracy by CDC. Subscribe to Vaccinate Adults - it's free!
Table of Contents: May 2015 Issue PAGE NO.
Vaccinate Adults May 2015
Vaccinate Adults: Vol. 19(2)
Download entire issue: 18 pages, 6.2 MB PDF
1-18
New ACIP recommendations for HPV, flu, MenB, typhoid, and yellow fever vaccines 1, 5
Latest information about new and updated vaccine recommendations from CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
Ask the Experts: CDC answers questions 1, 16, 17
CDC immunization experts Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH, and Donna Weaver, RN, MN, answer challenging and timely questions about vaccines and their administration    
Need help responding to vaccine-hesitant patients? Visit IAC's redesigned "Talking About Vaccines" web section for practical tips and key resources! 2
Extensive listing of online resources to help healthcare professionals communicate effectively about vaccines – this section also includes publication details about Vaccinate Adults and lists publication staff, IAC staff, and the board of directors
Products You Can Purchase from IAC 3
Descriptions and ordering information for The Vaccine Handbook, laminated schedules, immunization record cards, and "Immunization Techniques" DVD this section also includes the names and affiliations of IAC's advisory board members
Vaccine Highlights: Recommendations, schedules, and more 4
Updates on licensed vaccines, news from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and table of current VIS dates
Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule, United States, 2015 6–8
The official U.S. immunization schedules for vaccinating adults is reproduced in ready-to-print format
Guide to Contraindications and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines in Adults 9
One-page reference table listing contraindications and precautions
Vaccination Schedules for All Adults and High-risk Adults 10
IAC's suite of patient-friendly guides cover vaccination recommendations for all adults and high-risk adults
Vaccinations for Pregnant Women 11
One-page sheet provides a patient-friendly summary of vaccine recommendations for pregnant women
Protect Yourself from Pneumococcal Disease...Get Vaccinated! 12
Easy-to-read, one-page summary to copy for your patients
Medical Management of Vaccine Reactions in Adults 13
Features a table of procedures you can follow if various reactions occur, an emergency medical protocol, and supplies list
Handy VIS Reference Charts Are Ready to Use 14
Ready to print, cut out, and use in your medical setting
The Vaccine Handbook: A Practical Guide for Clinicians 15
By Dr. Gary Marshall, the 5th edition of the "Purple Book" has been extensively updated for 2015
IAC's Immunization Resources Order Form 18
Order 2015 laminated immunization schedules, patient record cards, and the "Immunization Techniques" DVD
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