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2019 Immunization Webinar for WIC Staff (Audio Only)
VYF hosted the 2019 Immunization Webinar for WIC Staff along with partners at the USDA, NWA, and CDC. Listen to the audio only from the one-hour webinar to learn more about the importance of vaccination; vaccine recommendations for children and pregnant women; answers to common vaccine questions from parents/pregnant women; how to review a child's vaccine record to determine up-to-date status; and where to find credible immunization resources.
2019 Immunization Webinar for WIC Staff
Vaccinate Your Family (VYF) hosted the 2019 mmunization Webinar for WIC Staff along with partners at the USDA, NWA and CDC. Watch the archived, one-hour webinar to learn more about the importance of vaccination; vaccine recommendations for children and pregnant women; answers to common vaccine questions from parents/pregnant women; how to review a child's vaccine record to determine up-to-date status; and where to find credible immunization resources.
Children’s Catch-Up Immunization Schedule
CDC's recommended catch-up schedule for children (4 months through 18 years) who start late or are more than 1 month behind on their immunizations.
View the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices' (ACIP's) vaccination recommendations for people of all ages in the U.S.
ACOG’s Immunization for Women (For Providers)
Experts at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) provide information on vaccinations for pregnant women for healthcare providers.
ACOG’s Immunization for Women
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist (ACOG) provides information about vaccine recommendations for pregnant women.
Adult Immunization Schedule for 19 Years and Older (Easy-to-Read)
View the U.S. recommended adult immunization schedule for people 19 years of age and older to find out which diseases you can protect yourself and your loved ones from.
Adult Immunization Schedule (For Healthcare Professionals)
CDC's recommended immunization schedule for adults 19 years and older is also approved by ACP, AAFP, ACOG, and ACNM.
Standards for Adult Immunization Practice
The National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) created Standards for Adult Immunization Practice. The CDC web page contains a variety of resources, including fact sheets, to help healthcare providers implement these Standards in their practices.
American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA)
The American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA) exists to support and promote the use of immunization information to ensure healthy communities through the development and implementation of immunization information systems (IIS) as a crucial tool in preventing vaccine-preventable diseases.
Association for Immunization Managers (AIM)
AIM was created in 1999 to enable immunization managers to work together to effectively prevent and control vaccine-preventable diseases and improve immunization coverage in the United States and its territories.
Childhood Immunization Schedule (For Healthcare Professionals)
CDC's recommended childhood immunization schedule (Birth through 18 years old) and footnotes for healthcare professionals.
Last updated: July 24, 2018