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NEW! CDC has relased an Influenza Application for clinicians and health care professionals. Click here to learn more about it.

NEW! Immunization Action Coalition Resources

The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) has recently released its October issue of Needle Tips,for healthcare professionals who administer vaccines. Also available is Vaccinate Adults,a shortened version of Needle Tips, modified for those who work only with adult patients. Both are now available for downloading, printing, and reading.

 Here are links directly to the PDFs of the publications: Needle Tipsand Vaccinate Adults.

 These publications contain ready-to-print educational materials for healthcare professionals and their patients, vaccine news highlights, and IAC’s popular “Ask the Experts” Q&A column with answers by CDC experts Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH; Donna Weaver, RN, MN; and Iyabode Akinsanya-Beysolow, MD, MPH.

 Needle Tipsand Vaccinate Adults are available exclusively online. Current and past issues of Needle Tips are available at www.immunize.org/ntand Vaccinate Adults at www.immunize.org/va.

 To receive direct notification when new issues are published, subscribe at www.immunize.org/subscribe. On this page, you can also subscribe to IAC’s free weekly email news service, IAC Express, which keeps you up to date on immunization news between issues of IAC’s periodicals.

 

New! Order Influenza Vaccine FAQ Tear Pads and Physician Script today from the College Bookstore.

Click here to to order the following FREE educational materials from CDC:

  • Various posters for Hispanic and African American audiences
  • Customizable flu shot reminder cards for OBGYNs and Specialists to provide to pregnant women and high risk patients
  • Bilingual fotonovela booklet for Hispanic audiences
  • Other posters for health care workers and faith-based organizations
  • Stickers for vaccination clinics and other events (“Flu Ends With U” and “Yo Me Vacuno”)
  • Static Clings for businesses to place on windows/mirrors
  • Flu Guide for Parents (brochure)
  • Poster to inform of the many locations flu vaccines are available
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The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) releases monthly issues of Needle Tips for all healthcare professionals who administer vaccines. Also available is Vaccinate Adults an abbreviated version of Needle Tips modified for those who work only with adult patients. Both are now available for online reading and/or printing. These publications contain ready-to-print educational materials for healthcare professionals and their patients, updated immunization schedules, vaccine news highlights, and IAC's popular "Ask the Experts" question-and-answer column with answers by CDC experts William Atkinson, MD, MPH, and Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH.

See CDC’s seasonal influenza (flu) vaccination resources for health professionals

Order patient-friendly educational DVD movie and PSA on the flu and pregnant women for your waiting room from the warehouse (scroll down to FLU materials). You can preview the movie or send patients to this link.
 

Order free printed posters on the flu and pregnant women for clinics and patient rooms, or print it yourself after previewing a variety.

Educational flyer on the flu for pregnant patients (office print ready)

Free flu resources, including posters, fliers, handouts, web materials, and multicultural materials, are available for providers and the public at http://www.cdc.gov/flu/freeresources

Click here to order influenza pocket guides.

Locate all H1N1 Flu and Public Health guidance documents at http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/guidance/

Click here for screening questionnaires for adult immunizations.

Click here for screening questionaires for chidren and adolescent immunizations

CDC’s vaccines website for health care providers

CDC’s vaccine materials for health care providers.

National Vaccine Influenza Summit is co-sponsored by the American Medical Association and CDC. Summit participants include health care and public health professionals as well as vaccine manufacturers and distributors, consumers and others interested in preventing vaccine-preventable diseases.

National Vaccine Influenza Summit has a website of information for healthcare professionals.

Practitioners can find resources and strategies to assist in providing seasonal influenza (flu) vaccination services to their patients, including standing orders, on the National Vaccine Influenza Summit website.

Find resources for health professionals on seasonal influenza (flu) For vaccination information for health care professionals, see Immunization Action Coalition http://www.immunize.org

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/default.htm

National Library of Medicine—Medline Plus

National Network for Immunization Information




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