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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: March 2014 Issue PAGE NO.
Vaccinate Adults March 2014
Vaccinate Adults: Vol. 18(1)
Download entire issue: 18 pages, 3.26 MB PDF
Special focus on the adult immunization schedule
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Leading Medical & Public Health Organizations Urge Physicians to Recommend HPV Vaccine 1, 5
Editorial discusses importance of the healthcare provider's role in recommending preteen HPV vaccination
Ask the Experts: CDC answers questions 1, 16, 17
CDC immunization experts Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH, Iyabode Akinsanya-Beysolow, MD, MPH, and Donna Weaver, RN, MN, answer challenging and timely questions about vaccines and their administration    
HPV Vaccination Resources for Healthcare Providers and Patients 2
Extensive listing of online resources to help carry out HPV vaccination – this section also includes publication details about Vaccinate Adults and lists publication staff, IAC staff, and the board of directors
Donate to IAC and Products You Can Purchase from IAC 3
Details on making a contribution to IAC and descriptions and ordering information for IAC's laminated immunization schedules and immunization record cards this section also includes the names and affiliations of IAC's advisory board members
Vaccine Highlights: Recommendations, schedules, and more 4–5
Updates on licensed vaccines, news from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and table of current VIS dates
Give a Strong Recommendation for HPV Vaccine to Increase Uptake 6–7
Dear Colleague letter from AAP, AAFP, ACOG, ACP, CDC, and IAC
New! How to Administer Intradermal, Intranasal, and Oral Vaccinations 8
This piece shows how to administer intradermal, intranasal, and oral vaccinations, includes helpful illustrations
Meningococcal Vaccination Recommendations by Age and/or Risk Factors 9
This table summarizes the recommendations of CDC's ACIP for the use of meningococcal vaccine
Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule, United States, 2014 10–12
The official U.S. immunization schedules for vaccinating adults are reproduced in ready-to-print format
Guide to Contraindications and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines in Adults 13
Two-page reference table listing contraindications and precautions
Before You Vaccinate Adults, Consider Their "HALO" 14
Use this easy-to-use chart to help you make an initial decision about vaccinating a patient
Patient Schedules for All Adults and for High-Risk Adults 15
These documents are ready for you to download, copy, and use with your adult patients
IAC's Immunization Resources Order Form 18
Order 2014 laminated immunization schedules, patient record cards, and the "Immunization Techniques" DVD
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