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Watch 2-minute video clip on preparing vaccines from Immunization Techniques: Best Practices with Infants, Children, and Adults
Product Number: D2021
Date Published: 2010
Description:
Revised in 2010 by the California Department of Public Health, Immunization Techniques: Best Practices with Infants, Children, and Adults focuses on the skills and techniques needed for vaccine administration. Every organization that administers vaccine should have a copy of this comprehensive educational program. It can be used for training and orientation, as well as a refresher for more experienced staff. This DVD replaces the 2001 version, Immunization Techniques: Safe Effective Caring.
Content Includes:
Injectable, oral, and nasal vaccines
Selecting, preparing, and administering vaccines
Documenting immunizations
Patient education and comfort
Staff safety and training
Demonstrations with infants, adolescents, and adults
New Features:
Emphasis on doctor’s written orders
Staff and patient communication
Wide variety of vaccine products and preparations
Resources and job aids shown in program are available free at www.eziz.org from the California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch
Related IAC handouts are located at www.immunize.org/handouts
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$17.00 each
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$10.25 each
25-49 copies
$7.00 each
50-99 copies
$5.75 each
100-199 copies
$5.50 each
200-499 copies
$5.00 each
500-999 copies
$4.00 each
1,000-1,499 copies
$3.00 each
1,500-1,999 copies
$2.50 each
Cost includes shipping & handling
Healthcare settings in California, please contact your local health department immunization program for a free DVD.
Note: For quotes on larger quantities, call 651-647-9009 or email admininfo@immunize.org
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Developed by the California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch, in collaboration with a team of national experts
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