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Scheduling Vaccines

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Handouts: Guides to the Immunization Schedules
Educational pieces for health professionals and their patients
Summary of Recs
Children & Teens
Are you 11-19 Years Old? Then You Need to be Vaccinated!
Immunizations For Babies -- A guide for parents
Vaccinations For Adults -- You're never too old to get immunized!
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Click this arrow to view the Ask the Experts: Scheduling vaccinations
Ask the Experts: Scheduling Vaccinations
CDC's experts answer challenging questions about vaccines
Click this arrow to view hepatitis prevention settings journal articles
CDC Schedules
Recommended immunization schedules for children, teens, and adults
Click this arrow to access IAC's collection of Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
Vaccine Information Statements
VISs explain both the benefits and risks of a vaccine
Click this arrow to access standing orders for administering vaccines
Standing Orders for Vaccines
Standing orders for administering vaccines
Click here to visit the talking about vaccines websection
Talking about Vaccines
Responding to concerns about vaccines; adjuvants, Dr. Sears, thimerosal, and more
Click this arrow for state laws and mandates on immunization
State Laws and Mandates
State mandates on immunization and vaccines
Click this arrow to view vaccine pocket guides
Vaccine Pocket Guides
Intended for HCP, IAC has guides for influenza, pneumococcal, Tdap, and Zoster vaccination
Click here to visit IACs directory of immunization resources
Directory of Resources
Online compendium of helpful immunization resources from trusted sources
Books and Periodicals
Resources for providers, as well as helpful and informative books for patients
Continuing Education
Listings and links for CMEs, CNEs, CEUs, or just to stay current
Government Agencies
Federal and state immunization-related agencies and programs
PowerPoint Slide Sets
Slide sets on immunization issues and vaccine-preventable diseases
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DVD, schedules, and record cards
Laminated Immunization Schdules
Laminated Immunization Schedules
Official immunization schedules for children (0-18 years old) and adults. Both are laminated and washable for heavy-duty use, complete with essential footnotes, and printed in color for easy reading.
Immunization Techniques DVD
Watch a 2-minute video clip on preparing vaccines from Immunization Techniques: Best Practices with Infants, Children, and Adults - Learn More!
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Administering Vaccines
Screening for Contraindications
Coding & Billing Storage & Handling
Documenting Vaccination Vaccine Recommendations
Scheduling Vaccines  
Featured Resources
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Child & Teen Immunization Schedules
Links to official schedule for HCPs and parent-friendly guides as well
Adult Immunization Schedules
Links to official schedule for HCPs and easy-to-read formats for adults as well
Vaccine Shortages
Current vaccine shortages and delays
Education and Training
Current Issues in Immunization NetConference
Department of Health & Human Services
Standards for Immunization Practices
The National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC)
Vaccine Policy & Licensure
ACIP Recommendations: Child
CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
ACIP Recommendations: Teen
CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
ACIP Recommendations: Adult
CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
AAP Policy Statements
Vaccine policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics
FDA Product Approval
Licensure information from the Food and Drug Administration
Vaccine Questions?
• CDC-info: 800.232.4636
• Email: nipinfo@cdc.gov
• Contact: Program Managers
This page was updated September 10, 2016
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