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May 2019 Back to top
Standing orders for administering rotavirus vaccine to infants
5/24/19
Pneumococcus: questions and answers
5/24/19
Standing order for administering pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine to children and teens
5/23/19
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal vaccines (PCV13 and PPSV23) to adults
5/23/19
Vaccinations for adults without a spleen
Updated:
Spanish
5/23/19
Reference: English-language version
Standing orders for administering human papillomavirus vaccine to children and teens
5/22/19
Need help responding to vaccine-hesitant parents? Science-based materials are available from
these respected organizations
5/21/19
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) VIS
Updated:
Japanese
5/20/19
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B VIS
Updated:
Japanese
5/20/19
Reference: English-language version
IAC in the News
5/16/19
What Others Say about IAC: Homepage
5/16/19
What Others Say about IAC: Educational Materials
5/16/19
What Others Say about IAC: IAC Express
5/16/19
What Others Say about IAC: Ask the Experts
5/16/19
What Others Say about IAC: Other
5/16/19
MMR VIS
Updated:
Chinese-Simplified
5/14/19
Reference: English-language version
Talking About Vaccines - Autism
5/10/19
Resources: IAC Immunization Partners
5/8/19
Ask the Experts – Zoster (Shingles) Vaccine
5/8/19
Talking about Vaccines - MMR vaccine
5/8/19
Meningococcal ACWY vaccine recommendations by age and risk factor
5/8/19
Fraud Behind the MMR Scare
5/6/19
Reliable sources of immunization information: Where parents can go to find answers!
5/7/19
MMR vaccine does not cause autism. Examine the evidence!
5/7/19
Don't be guilty of these preventable errors in vaccine administration!
5/3/19
Vaccinations for adults without a spleen
5/2/19
Vaccinations for adults with chronic liver disease or infection
5/2/19
Talking about Vaccines - Religious Concerns
5/1/19
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April 2019 Back to top
Ask the Experts – Meningococcal ACWY
4/29/19
Hepatitis B VIS
Updated:
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Oromo
4/29/19
Reference: English-language version
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) VIS
New!
Karen
Updated:
Oromo
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Tigrinya
4/29/19
Reference: English-language version
Quick chart of vaccine-preventable disease terms in multiple languages
4/29/19
Meningococcal ACWY VIS
Updated:
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Karen
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Kinyarwanda
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Kiswahili
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Oromo
4/26/19
Reference: English-language version
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) VIS
New!
Hindi
4/26/19
Reference: English-language version
Pneumococcal conjugate (PCV13) VIS
New!
Hindi
4/26/19
Reference: English-language version
Typhoid VIS
New!
Hindi
4/26/19
Reference: English-language version
IAC in the News
4/23/19
Vaccines
4/22/19
Summary of recommendations for adult immunization (age 19 years and older)
4/22/19
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization (age birth through 18 years)
4/22/19
Vaccines work!
4/12/19
Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib): questions and answers
4/12/19
Corporate Membership Circle
4/9/19
IAC Publications
4/8/19
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March 2019 Back to top
Vaccinating Adults: A Step-By-Step Guide (promotional flyer)
3/29/19
Order essential immunization resources from IAC
3/28/19
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
3/28/19
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines in adults
3/28/19
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
3/28/19
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
3/28/19
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) VIS
Updated:
Thai
3/26/19
Reference: English-language version
Pneumococcal Polysaccharide (PPSV) VIS
New!
Punjabi
3/18/19
Reference: English-language version
Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) VIS
New:
Hindi
3/14/19
Reference: English-language version
Polio - IPV VIS
New:
Hindi
3/14/19
Reference: English-language version
Rotavirus VIS
New:
Hindi
3/14/19
Reference: English-language version
Meningococcal ACWY VIS
Updated:
Burmese
3/13/19
Reference: English-language version
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) VIS
Updated:
Burmese
3/13/19
Reference: English-language version
Ask the Experts - Storage and Handling
3/12/19
Questions parents ask about vaccinations for babies
3/12/19
Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis A VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Influenza (IIV) VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Meningococcal ACWY VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Pneumococcal conjugate (PCV13) VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Polio - IPV VIS
Updated:
Nepali
3/8/19
Reference: English-language version
Supplies you may need at an immunization clinic
3/7/19
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to adults
3/7/19
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February 2019 Back to top
Clinic Tools – Vaccine Storage & Handling
2/28/19
Rotavirus VIS
Updated:
Korean
2/26/19
Reference: English-language version
Meningococcal ACWY VIS
Updated:
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Haitian Creole
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Polish
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Urdu
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Yiddish
New:
Italian
2/25/19
Reference: English-language version
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) VIS
Updated:
Bengali
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Haitian Creole
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Polish
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Yiddish
New:
Italian
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Urdu
2/25/19
Reference: English-language version
Hepatitis B VIS
Updated:
Indonesian
2/25/19
Reference: English-language version
Rotavirus VIS
Updated:
Chinese - simplified
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Chinese - traditional
2/22/19
Reference: English-language version
Protect yourself from whooping cough...Get vaccinated!
Updated:
Spanish
2/22/18
Reference: English-language version
Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!
Updated:
Spanish
2/22/19
Reference: English-language version
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A? (for adults)
Updated:
Spanish
2/22/19
Reference: English-language version
After the shots...what to do if your child has discomfort
2/21/19
Ask the Experts – Homepage
2/21/19
Ask the Experts – Billing and Reimbursement
2/21/19
Ask the Experts – Polio
2/21/19
Ask the Experts – Scheduling Vaccines
2/20/19
Ask the Experts – Administering Vaccines
2/20/19
Vaccines work!
2/4/19
Standing orders templates for administering vaccines to children, teens, and adults (promotional resource)
2/1/19
After the shots...what to do if your child has discomfort
2/1/19
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January 2019 Back to top
Meningococcal ACWY VIS
Updated:
Japanese
1/30/19
Reference: English-language version
Handouts Topic Index: Adolescent Vaccination
1/25/19
Handouts Topic Index: Contraindications and Precautions
1/25/19
Handouts Topic Index: Healthcare Personnel
1/25/19
Handouts Topic Index: Pregnancy and Vaccines
1/25/19
Handouts Topic Index: Strategies and Policies for HealthCare Settings
1/25/19
Handouts Topic Index: Vaccine Hesitancy
1/25/19
Hepatitis B shots are recommended for all new babies
1/18/19
Which vaccines do I need today?
1/17/19
Vaccines work!
1/17/19
Rotavirus: questions and answers
1/17/19
Protect yourself from whooping cough...get vaccinated!
1/17/19
Standing orders for administering pneumococcal conjugate vaccine to children
1/9/19
Hepatitis A is a serious liver disease...vaccination can protect you!
1/8/19
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A? (for adults)
1/8/19
Hepatitis A: questions and answers
1/8/19
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to children and teens
1/8/19
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to adults
1/8/19
Hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccines: be sure your patients get the correct dose
1/8/19
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