IMMUNIZATION RESOURCES FOR PROVIDERS
Every year, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) updates recommendations on how to use vaccines to control diseases in the United States.
AAP Recommendations for Preventive Pediatric Health Care (updated/published March 2021)
- A video designed to decrease vaccine storage and handling errors and preserve the nation’s vaccine supply by demonstrating to immunization providers the recommended best practices for storage and handling of vaccines. (Video is a winner of the Winter/Spring 2014 Web Health Award).
For further guidelines on vaccine storage and handling, please visit the CDC website.
- Measles chapter from CDC's Health Information for International Travel 2008 (Prevention of Specific Infectious Diseases.) Describes the occurrence, risk for travelers, clinical presentation, prevention, and treatment of measles.
- This module is the seventh in a series titled Immunization: You Call the Shots and focuses on Measles, Mumps, Rubella and their related vaccines. The series is designed to provide key immunization knowledge in a very basic step-by-step manner. It presents practice-oriented content about immunization.
- ICAAP sends a weekly email, publishes a newsletter twice a year, and has multiple social media platforms. Click here to sign up and learn more.
- Immunization Action Coalition sends weekly updates and information on immunization developments. Click here to subscribe.
- Every Child By Two's Daily Clips, email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
- Access immunization training and resources from EZIZ California Department of Public Health. Click here to subscribe.
- News briefs regarding immunizations from the National Network for Immunization Information. Click here to learn more.
- Learn more about Kid's Health & Wellness, Fetal Diagnosis & Treatment, Vaccine Education Center for parents, CHOP news & events, and more by signing up for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) newsletters.
- Learn about current issues, effective communication strategies and the importance of utilizing new media technologies to convey immunization messages by registering for Virtual Immunization Communication Network's (VICNetwork) updates. Click here to sign up.