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A selection of unsolicited comments from the immunization community

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What others say about Ask the Experts
"Questions about Ask the Experts: Hepatitis B... I found the information to be extraordinarily useful. Thanks for the effort!"
UPMC St. Margaret, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, PA, May 30, 2018
"... Thank you in advance for your response and for providing this great service. I love reading the IAC Ask the Experts Q&As."
Lane County Public Health, OR, April 20, 2018
"I have learned a lot from Ask the Experts. The questions interpret the information that's available... priceless!"
Florida Department of Health, Fort Myers, FL, November 7, 2017
"The Ask the Experts section has helped me answer many questions that several of our practitioners have had."
Franciscan Health Crown Point, Crown Point, IN, November 7, 2017
"Love Ask the Experts for all those in-between-the-lines type of immunization questions."
NYUMC, Huntington Station, NY, November 1, 2017
"I have been using this publication since I came to the LA Immunization Program in 1998. I received a hard copy and would read it from cover to cover. This publication taught me everything I know about immunizations. And I still read it when I have time and refer to it when I need clarification. I also refer Needle Tips to my providers for training. Can't imagine life without Needle Tips!! Thank you!"
Louisiana Department of Health, Office of Public Health, Acadian Region 4, October 31, 2017
"Thanks for all the great years of "needle tips" I love the Ask the Experts column and I am going to miss it."
Neumann University, PA, October 31, 2017
"I like to express my appreciation for all that the team at Ask the Experts has done over the years. You have become one single site to go to for day to day office information for us by focusing on the needs of the clinicians and the patients, even though I still miss The Needle Tips!"
Pediatrics, PIH Health, Whittier, CA, October 18, 2017
"The Ask the Experts information is very useful for those odd questions that come through from health professionals."
Immunisation Advisory Centre, New Zealand, September 27, 2017
"I really appreciate Ask the Experts! I use it all the time to help respond to providersí questions."
Washington State Department of Health, August 30, 2017
"I LOVE your Ask the Experts question library, thank you!!!"
ANTHC Immunization Program, Anchorage, AK, June 20, 2017
"I take care of all the immunizations in our practice. Lots of times we have new patients that are behind on vaccines or just has not gotten any vaccines and wants to start. The questions and answers are very helpful to me and our practice. Thank you."
EMMC Pediatric Primary Care, Bangor, ME, June 7, 2017
"I've been subscribed to your newsletter for some time and always find the Q&A section so interesting... We often get inquiries about vaccines, and I had a few questions I was hoping to run by one of your experts."
MotherToBaby CA, University of California, San Diego, April 20, 2017
"Dear Experts, I enjoy reading your page and it is always one of my first resources when I come across an interesting vaccine situation!"
Saint James Health, Newark, NJ, February 13, 2017
"I quoted excerpts from Ask the Experts twice last week to answer questions from clinicians. One was about revaccinating postpartum with MMR for a negative rubella titer. The other was about whether to repeat the dose if the syringe leaked. I was able to answer their questions quickly, completely, and with confidence. The clinicians were very appreciative. I had several similar experiences over the past few years. Thanks."
City of Milwaukee, WI, October 9, 2016
"IAC—thank you! We always learn new and important things when we get your newsletter. The info on PCV13/Menactra spacing is yet one of those little known immunization rules that we didn't know but I did find spelled out in the section of Ask the Experts...Thank you for all you do."
Cox Medical Group, March 9, 2016
"Your Ask the Experts is the most helpful and greatly appreciated."
Employee Health & Safety Specialist, WI, February 17, 2015
"I love Ask the Experts!"
Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA, November 10, 2014
"I enjoy reading Needle Tips and Ask the Experts publications as the information is always timely, very clear, and concise. Please keep up the GREAT work!"
Duplin County Health Department, Kenansville, NC, July 24, 2014
"I read with great interest your Ask the Experts about Hepatitis B Vaccines, and thank you for putting such a great resource online...."
Kaiser Permanente Bellflower/Downey, November 29, 2013
"I SO appreciate having access to Ask the Experts!"
Human Services and Public Health Department, MN, November 19, 2013
"Hello! I love your Ask the Experts publication. I refer to it all the time!"
PharmD, August 2, 2013
"[I am a] peds ID specialist. Need access to Ask the Experts on occasion. The updates always helpful."
Syracuse, NY, May 14, 2013
"Let me first say that the Ask the Experts portion of your website is invaluable to me and is my first place to go if I am unsure about an immunization."
U.S. Army, Germany, February 4, 2013
"I LOVE Ask the Experts!"
University of Texas Medical Branch, February 22, 2012
"...I cannot express enough on how much I appreciate the Immunization Action Coalition and all the outstanding work you do. Every time I'm on your website or get the IAC Express I leave a little smarter than I was, so the term 'Knowledgeable Ones' is fitting and well deserved. I know Ask the Experts is fitting for both Dr. Atkinson and Dr. Kroger who are always on point and always share their infinite wisdom, but all you there on your team deserve kudos for your hard work!! So once again thank you for sharing your wisdom with me."
Office of the Surgeon General, April 13, 2011
"I love the Ask the Experts editions [of IAC Express]. It is wonderful to get straightforward answers to everyday issues we encounter. Thank you so much."
Tri-County Health Department, Lone Tree, CO, April 6, 2011
"We love Ask the Experts."
Madison & Dane County Public Health, WI, February 22, 2011
"We run childhood immunization clinics so updated info on vaccines is very helpful--especially like Ask the Experts."
Tazewell County Health Department, Morton, IL, January 7, 2011
"Giving immunizations is part of what I do on a daily basis. Getting updated information is always helpful. I really enjoy the Q&As."
Panhandle Health District 1, Saint Maries, ID, December 27, 2010
"Ask the Experts always seem to answer questions we have."
Mahopac, NY, August 8, 2010
"Ask the Experts Q and A very informative. I share information with clinicians and will assist with internal vaccine committee."
HealthCare Partners, Torrance, CA, June 22, 2010
"The Ask the Experts sections are very helpful."
Vermont Department of Health, Springfield, VT, May 6, 2010
"Ask the Experts provides answers to questions I hadn't formulated yet and is a storehouse. The summary of recommendations, including the catch-up schedules and contraindications all together is invaluable when kept at the immunization station."
Next Door Pediatrics-CMG, Milwaukee, WI, November 11, 2009
"The 'Ask the Experts' section always answers many of the questions I already have and confirms the answers that I already thought I knew."
Riverside County Public Health, Menifee, CA, February 25, 2009
"I find Ask the Experts very helpful is answering common questions that come up in my practice regarding vaccines. I also appreciate the Summary of Recommendations for Childhood and Adolescent Immunization that is updated annually as a reference in my practice."
Olmsted Medical Center, Rochester, MN, December 19, 2008
"The immunization questions and the Ask the Experts sections are always of great benefit. We learn new information and we also learn what not to do."
Partners in Pediatrics, Denver, CO, December 19, 2008
"We utilize the Ask the Experts information regularly. Other published information is often quite helpful as well. Thank you!"
Priority Care Pediatrics, LLC, Kansas City, MO, December 19, 2008
"Thank you! Ask the Experts is such an excellent resource!"
University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, July 7, 2008
“Needle Tips especially helpful as reference for healthcare worker immunizations. I love 'ask the experts'!”
Eastern Maine Medical Center, Bangor, ME, April 23, 2008
“I have found 'Ask the Experts' to be very helpful.”
The Everett Clinic, Mukilteo, WA, December 11, 2007
"I was looking for updated information regarding vaccines, I got a copy of your newsletter from a friend, and it really helped. I liked the article entitled 'Hesitant parent?' and also 'Ask the Experts.' This is very educational and helpful to both patient and physician."
Miner's Family Health Center, Nevada City, CA, January 5, 2007
"We think your publication is terrific and always has the latest and greatest news and useful Q&A section, which is why we want to distribute it."
Immunization Education Program, Pennsylvania Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, May 25, 2001
This page was updated on July 17, 2018.
This page was reviewed on January 3, 2018.
 
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