*You will need to know how many doses of childhood, adolescent, adult, travelers', and influenza vaccines you give per year before starting the survey. This information will improve CDC's ability to understand responses they receive, but if this information is not available, please complete the rest of the survey. A sample survey is available for download from the website. All responses are confidential and will only be used to inform CDC's vaccine barcoding study. For questions and comments, contact email@example.com.
Vaccines and Medications in Pregnancy Surveillance System (VAMPSS) is a new joint effort of government, medical specialists, and leading independent research institutions to study the safety of vaccines during pregnancy and medicines taken during pregnancy. Pregnant women who have received influenza vaccine or influenza antivirals or who are taking asthma medications are encouraged to enroll themselves so they can be followed during their pregnancy and the postpartum period by calling (877) 311-8972. Clinicians can refer pregnant patients to learn about this new effort. For more information on enrolling patients visit http://www.otispregnancy.org/vaccines.