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New! 2018 Laminated U.S. Immunization Schedules and Updated Educational Materials

April 2018

Technically Speaking
Monthly Column by Deborah Wexler, MD
Deborah Wexler MD
Technically Speaking is a monthly column written by IAC’s Executive Director Deborah Wexler, MD. The column is featured in The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Education Center’s (VEC’s) monthly e-newsletter for healthcare professionals. Technically Speaking columns cover practical topics in immunization delivery such as needle length, vaccine administration, cold chain, and immunization schedules.
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New! 2018 Laminated U.S. Immunization Schedules and Updated Educational Materials
Published April 2018
Staff of the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) have been hard at work creating new immunization resources and updating existing downloadable, free materials for healthcare professionals’ use.

Laminated U.S. immunization schedules

IAC’s laminated 2018 U.S. immunization schedules — one for children/teens and one for adults — are now available for purchase. These helpful tools are covered with a tough, washable coating and will stand up to a year’s worth of use in every area of your healthcare setting. Both schedules are eight pages (i.e., four double-sided pages) and are folded to measure 8.5″ x 11″.

Free, ready-to-download educational materials for staff and your patients

Recently, CDC’s vaccination recommendations for zoster (shingles), MMR, and hepatitis B vaccines changed, and IAC’s materials for healthcare professionals and patients have been updated accordingly. IAC’s materials are CDC-reviewed, free to download, and ready-to-use. Here are links to some of IAC’s recently updated pieces:

For more than 200 free, CDC-reviewed, ready-to-print educational materials, visit the Immunization Action Coalition’s “Handouts” web section.

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