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Communicating the benefits of seasonal influenza vaccine during COVID-19
Tips to assist healthcare professionals with communicating the benefits of influenza vaccination, especially during COVID-19 [#P3115]
Declination of influenza vaccination
Form for healthcare worker signature and date, lists important reasons for annual influenza vaccination and consequences of vaccine refusal [#P4068]
Don't take chances with your family's health - make sure you all get vaccinated against influenza every year!
Give this piece to patients/parents to inform them about influenza vaccine [#P4069]
Guide for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children age 6 months through 8 years
This resource provides guides for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years [#P3093]
Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
Recommendations in brief [#P2017]
How to administer intramuscular and intranasal influenza vaccines
This piece is for healthcare professionals and shows how to administer intramuscular and intranasal influenza vaccines [#P2024]
How to administer intranasal and oral vaccinations
This piece is for healthcare professionals, and shows how to administer intranasal and oral vaccinations [#P2021]
Influenza is a serious disease...make sure your child is protected!
Use this handout to teach parents about the seriousness of influenza and the value of vaccination [#P4312]
Language:
SPANISH
Influenza: questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4208]
Influenza vaccination of people with a history of egg allergy
Easy-to-use guide to post in your clinic to help determine if patients who report egg allergy should receive influenza vaccine [#P3094]
Influenza vaccine products for the 2020-2021 influenza season
Information about influenza vaccine products available in the U.S. during 2020-2021 [#P4072]
Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!
This piece is for parents, describing the importance of vaccinating kids with the influenza vaccine [#P4070]
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SPANISH
Protect yourself from influenza...get vaccinated!
Use this handout to teach patients about the seriousness of influenza and the value of vaccination [#P4408]
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SPANISH
Screening checklist for contraindications to inactivated injectable influenza vaccination
Form your patients fill out to help you evaluate if influenza vaccine can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for healthcare professionals [#P4066]
Language:
SPANISH
Screening checklist for contraindications to live attenuated intranasal influenza vaccination
Form your patients fill out to help you evaluate if influenza vaccine can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for healthcare professionals [#P4067]
Language:
SPANISH
Seek emergency medical care if you or a family member shows the signs below - a life could be at risk!
This piece, written for parents and the public, describes warning signs for complications of influenza in children, teens, and adults [#P4073]
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to adults
Eligible healthcare professionals may vaccinate adults who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3074]
Standing orders for administering influenza vaccine to children and teens
Eligible healthcare professionals may vaccinate children and teens who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3074A]
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization (age 19 years and older)
Five-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of adult vaccines [#P2011]
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization (age birth through 18 years)
Six-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of childhood vaccines [#P2010]
You're 16...we recommend these vaccines for you!
One-page handout for 16-year-olds and their parents about the vaccines recommended for them (MenACWY, MenB, HPV, Influenza) [#P4022]
Language:
SPANISH
Unprotected People Stories - Influenza
Vaccine Information Statements - Influenza (LAIV)
Vaccine Information Statements - Influenza (IIV)
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