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Immunization Program Manager Contacts
Visit the Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) website for contact information for your local Immunization Program.
Immunization Resources for Parents and Parents-to-Be (2018 Edition)
VYF developed this resource for WIC staff and participants, but it can also be useful for parents and pregnant women in general. The booklets bring together existing credible resources that address the importance of immunizations for children, pregnant women and adults. Individual resources from the booklet can be printed and distributed, or the booklet can be printed and distributed as a whole.
Invisible Threat (Documentary)
Invisible Threat is a critically-acclaimed documentary created by high school students. It explores the science of vaccination and why fears and misperceptions have lead parents to delay or decline vaccines.
“Is Quality More Than Just a Number? Your Community’s Immunization Registry” Brochure
VYF and partners created this brochure to assist IIS staff as they explain the benefits of IIS to health plan administrators.
Keep Flu Out of School
Families Fighting Flu and partners created these educational materials for elementary-aged students, their families, and teachers.
Khan Academy Free Online Vaccine Education
Khan Academy is a free online education website for people of all ages. The site contains a variety of educational videos on vaccines including the "Vaccine and Autism Myth" (Parts 1 and 2) and "Flu Vaccine Risks and Benefits".
Let’s Vaccinate Website
This website includes links to credible resources and strategies to help healthcare providers increase vaccination rates for children, teens, adults and pregnant women.
Model Interstate IIS Sharing Statute
Vaccinate Your Family worked with The Department of Health Policy at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Service and other partners to develop a model interstate immunization information sharing statute.
NIS-Child Vaccination Coverage Reports (CDC)
Each year, CDC publishes child vaccination coverage reports from the National Immunization Survey. This link brings you to publications that provide additional information and details about child vaccination coverage.
“Not Vaccinated? No Kisses!” Billboard
Use VYF's most popular billboard to incorporate a little humor to remind people why vaccines are so important.
“Not Vaccinated? No Kisses!” Poster
Use VYF's most popular poster to incorporate a little humor when reminding people why vaccines are so important.
Credible Organizations and Websites (Handout in English)
Looking for more credible sources of information on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases? Download Vaccinate Your Family's list of recommended organizations and websites.
Last updated: July 24, 2018
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