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Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) are information sheets produced by the CDC that explain both the benefits and risks of a vaccine to vaccine recipients. Federal law requires that healthcare staff provide a VIS to a patient, parent, or legal representative before each dose of certain vaccines.
IAC Handouts web section gives users free access to hundreds of vaccination-related handouts and fact sheets for healthcare professionals and the public. All items are ready to print, copy, and distribute widely! Technical accuracy has been confirmed by immunization experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Boostrix (tetanus+whooping cough) is available for parents. All parents of newborns should have this important vaccine. Call for more information: 913-345-9400.
Chickenpox Vaccine (VIS on cdc.gov) Chickenpox Vaccine: What Parents Need to Know (PDF) (English) (Spanish) Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis Vaccines (VIS cdc.gov) Haemophilus influenzae Type b (Hib) Vaccine (VIS cdc.gov) Hepatitis B Vaccine (VIS cdc.gov) Hepatitis B: Guidelines for Parents (PDF) (English) (Spanish) INFLUENZA Inactivated Influenza Vaccine (VIS cdc.gov) Measles, Mumps ...
The Parents' Guide to Childhood Immunizations helps parents and caregivers learn about the role vaccines play in helping keep children healthy. The color booklet includes a glossary and list of resources and is illustrated with children's artwork. 64 pages (6-3/8" x 9") Order Parent Guide to Childhood Immunizations (Max of 50) View/download JPG
Parents Guide to Childhood Immunizations Booklet PUB ID: 221179 PROGRAM: Immunization and Vaccines (Schedules and Booklets) 60 page booklet that helps parents and providers learn about the role vaccines and immunizations play in helping keep children healthy. Revised October 2017.
Presented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at CDC in Atlanta, GA May 28–30, 2019 | Atlanta, GA Faculty from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases will present a live, comprehensive review of immunization principles, as well as vaccine-preventable diseases and the recommended vaccines to prevent them.
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> CDC TRAVEL VACCINES: If you or your patients will be traveling outside the United States, visit CDC’s travel vaccine web page at wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel for information on the recommended