1. Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit
2. Don’t Be Guilty of These Errors in Vaccine Storage and Handling
3. Checklist for Safe Vaccine Storage and Handling
4. Vaccine Storage and Handling INTERIM GUIDANCE
5. Manufacturer/Distributor Contact Information
6. VACCINES FOR CHILDREN (VFC) PROGRAM Routine and Emergency Vaccine Handling Plan
7. Vaccine Handling Tips
8. Vaccines with Diluents: How to Use Them
9. Vaccine Label Examples
AAP Members can submit questions about Coding on the AAP website www.aap.org.
The navigation for this link is to click the blue tab at the top left of the AAP website that says "Professional Resources." From there, click "Practice Support" and then scroll down to the heading that reads, "Financing and Payment." The third link under this heading says, "Coding Resources." When you go to that page, you'll see the "Coding Questions/Coding Hotline Form" link on the right.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Immunization Program's web site is an up-to-date resource for all your immunization questions. The site includes sections for the public, health care professionals, partners, and media. Links are provided for: the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), Vaccine Information Statements (VIS), flu, registries, Vaccines for Children (VFC), data, international, and other issues. Click on the title to go to the CDC National Immunization Program web site.
Immunization Action Coalition
For the many resources available through the Immunization Action Coaltion, click on the title.
Georgia Department of Public Health - Immunization Section
Immunize Georgia provides support for childhood immunizations by partnering with the Georgia Department of Community Health and organizations throughout the state. Immunize Georgia offers healthcare providers up-to-date information and recommendations about immunizations, and distributes educational materials to parents
To Schedule a Childhood or Coding for Childhood Immunizations Program
Click here to download request forms
March 13, 2014
Adolescent Immunization Recommendation & Georgia's New School Rules
*CME credits are not available for this archived presentation.
A Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) is a one-page (two-sided) information sheet, produced by CDC. VISs inform vaccine recipients — or their parents or legal representatives — about the benefits and risks of a vaccine. The law requires that VISs given out whenever certain vaccinations are given.
For current Vaccine Information Statements (VIS), please Click Here
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