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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: April 2017 Issue PAGE NO.
Vaccinate Adults April 2017
Vaccinate Adults: Vol. 21(1)
Download entire issue: 18 pages, 10.10 MB PDF
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16-Year-Old Immunization Platform Highlighted in 2017 U.S. Child/Teen Schedule 1
CDC adds a 16-year-old immunization platform to its long-stranding 4–6 year-old and 11–12-year-old platforms.
Ask the Experts: CDC Answers Your Questions 1–3
CDC immunization experts from the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases answer challenging and timely questions about vaccines and their administration.
Updated for 2017! IAC's "Summary of Recommendations for Adult Immunization" 4–8
IAC's updated 5-page reference guide for adult immunization recommendations is now available. Make cardstock copies for exam rooms.
2017 Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults 9–13
The U.S. immunization schedule for adults is approved by ACIP, AAFP, ACP, ACOG, and ACNM.
Guide to Contraindications and Precautions for Commonly Used Vaccines in Adults 14
This 1-page guide provides a list of contraindications and precautions for vaccines routinely administered to adults.
Now Available! IAC's Laminated U.S. Immunization Schedules for Adults and for Children/Teens 15
IAC's ever-popular 8-page immunization schedules, sturdy, washable for heavy-duty use, printed in color. Both contain guides to contraindications and precautions for routinely recommended vaccines.
New for 2017! "The Vaccine Handbook: A Practical Guide for Clinicians" and its New App (iOS only) Available Now 16
New edition of "The Purple Book" and its free app now are available from IAC. Mobile app is available for Apple iPhones and iPads.
Products You Can Purchase from IAC 17
These terrific products are available for purchase from IAC.
IAC's Immunization Resources Order Form 18
Order laminated immunization schedules, patient record cards, the training DVD "Immunization Techniques," "The Purple Book," and more.
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