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2 Click on these main topics to link to the associated information or check the index for additional topics. Immunization Schedules EXIT IMMUNIZATION WORKS 2011 Surveillance Manual Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) Communication and Campaigns Immunization Information Systems (IIS) Vaccine Safety Index Pink Book (2011) ACIP Recommendations and MMWRs Immunization Guidelines and Resources

3 Immunization Schedules 2011 Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Childhood 0-6 Years (8.5x11) Childhood 7-18 Years (8.5x11) Childhood Catch-Up Schedule (8.5x11) Childhood and Adolescent Schedule (6x4.5) Childhood and Adolescent Schedule (MMWR Version) Adult Schedule (8.5x11) Adult Schedule (6x4.5) Adult Schedule (MMWR Version)

4 Communication and Campaigns Click on Item Below for Link to Topic or File Main Page Vaccine-Related Websites Preteen Vaccine Campaign Influenza Campaign Immunization Campaigns Immunization Flyers Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Provider Resources for Vaccine Conversations with Parents

5 Guidelines and Resources Click on Item Below to Open File Guide to Vaccine Contraindications and Precautions Parents Guide to Childhood Immunizations Vaccine Management: Recommendations for Storage and Handling of Selected Biologicals (04/09) You Call the Shots Modules More Main Page

6 AFIX CDC Global Immunization Strategic Framework, Fifty Years of Vaccine Progress Immunization Schedules U.S. National Vaccine Plan Vaccine Tracking System (VTrckS) Vaccine Management System (VACMAN) Main Page Guidelines and Resources Back Click on Item Below to Open File

7 Pink Book 12 th Edition (2011) Click on Item Below to Open Chapter Please visit the Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (Pink Book) webpage for additional information and updates. Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (Pink Book) Chapter 1: Principles of Vaccination Chapter 2: General Recommendations Chapter 3: Immunization Strategies Chapter 4: Vaccine Safety Chapter 5: Vaccine Storage and Handling Chapter 6: Diphtheria Chapter 7: Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) Chapter 8: Hepatitis A Chapter 9: Hepatitis B Chapter 10: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) More Main Page

8 Pink Book 12 th Edition (2011) Click on Item Below to Open Chapter Chapter 11: Influenza Chapter 12: Measles Chapter 13: Meningococcal Disease Chapter 14: Mumps Chapter 15: Pertussis Chapter 16: Pneumococcal Disease Chapter 17: Poliomyelitis Chapter 18: Rotavirus Chapter 19: Rubella Chapter 20: Tetanus Chapter 21: Varicella Appendices Back More Main Page

9 Pink Book Appendices Click on Item Below to Open File A: Schedules and Recommendations B: Vaccines C: Vaccine Storage and Handling D: Vaccine Administration E: Vaccine Information Statements F: Vaccine Safety G: Data and Statistics H: Immunization Resources Back Main Page

10 ACIP Recommendations and MMWR Articles Anthrax Vaccine (ACIP 07/23/10) General Recommendations on Immunization (ACIP 01/28/11) Hepatitis A (ACIP 05/19/06) Hepatitis B – Infants, Children and Adolescents (ACIP 12/23/05) Hepatitis B – Adults (ACIP 12/08/06) Hep A and B Twinrix Update (MMWR 10/12/07) More Main Page

11 Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) Among Infants (ACIP 01/11/91) Licensure of Hib and Updated Recommendations (MMWR 09/18/09) Human Papillomavirus (HPV) (ACIP 03/23/07) Licensure of HPV2 Vaccine (05/28/10) Prevention and Control of Influenza with Vaccines (ACIP 08/06/10) Influenza Vaccination of Healthcare Personnel (ACIP 02/24/06) Japanese Encephalitis Vaccines (ACIP 03/12/10) Back More Main Page ACIP Recommendations and MMWR Articles

12 Use of Combination Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella Vaccine (ACIP 05/07/10) Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (ACIP 05/22/98) Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (ACIP 05/22/98) MMR Provisional Recommendations (06/24/09)MMR Provisional Recommendations (06/24/09) Mumps Update (MMWR (06/09/06) Pregnancy and Rubella Vaccine (MMWR 12/14/01) Meningococcal (ACIP 05/27/05) Meningococcal Update (MMWR 01/28/11) Poliomyelitis (ACIP 05/19/00) Poliovirus Update (MMWR 08/07/09) Back Main Page ACIP Recommendations and MMWR Articles More

13 Pneumococcal Disease Among Infants and Children (MMWR 12/10/10) Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine (ACIP 04/04/97) Pneumococcal Update (MMWR 09/03/10) Rabies (ACIP 05/23/08) Rabies Supplement (MMWR 03/19/10) Revised Standards of Adult and Child Practices (MMWR 10/10/03) Rotavirus (ACIP 02/06/09) Smallpox (ACIP 06/22/01) Smallpox (ACIP 06/22/01) Adverse Reactions (MMWR 02/21/03) Pre-Event (MMWR 04/04/03)Adverse Reactions (MMWR 02/21/03)Pre-Event (MMWR 04/04/03) Back Main Page ACIP Recommendations and MMWR Articles More

14 Back Main Page ACIP Recommendations and MMWR Articles Tdap Update (MMWR 01/14/11) Tdap - Adolescents (ACIP 03/24/06) Tdap - Adults (ACIP 12/15/06) Pertussis, Tetanus, and Diphtheria Among Pregnant Women (ACIP 05/30/08) Varicella (ACIP 06/22/07) Yellow Fever (ACIP 07/30/10) Yellow Fever (ACIP 07/30/10) International Certificate Requirement (MMWR 01/04/08)International Certificate Requirement (MMWR 01/04/08) Zoster (ACIP) 06/06/08

15 Main Page Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Please visit the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) website for additional information and resources.Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) For Health Professionals For Patients Ask the CDC Experts Ask the CDC Experts After the Shots…Child Has DiscomfortAfter the Shots…Child Has Discomfort Directory of Immunization Resources Directory of Immunization Resources Disease and Vaccine Q & ADisease and Vaccine Q & A Immunization Techniques DVD Immunization Techniques DVD Helpful Handouts for ParentsHelpful Handouts for Parents Standing Orders for VaccinesStanding Orders for Vaccines Patient Friendly SchedulesPatient Friendly Schedules Subscribe to IACs Free PublicationsSubscribe to IACs Free Publications Reliable Sources of InformationReliable Sources of Information Top 25 Handouts for Patients and Staff Vaccine Information Statements

16 Surveillance Manual Click on Item Below to Open File Please visit the Surveillance website for updates and additional information.Surveillance Cover and front of manual Chapter 1: DiphtheriaDiphtheria Chapter 2: Haemophilus influenzae type bHaemophilus influenzae type b Chapter 3: Hepatitis AHepatitis A Chapter 4: Hepatitis BHepatitis B Chapter 5: Human PapillomavirusHuman Papillomavirus Chapter 6: InfluenzaInfluenza Chapter 7: MeaslesMeasles Chapter 8: MeningococcalMeningococcal Chapter 9: MumpsMumps Chapter 10: PertussisPertussis Chapter 11: PneumococcalPneumococcal More Main Page

17 Surveillance Manual Click on Item Below to Open File Chapter 12: Poliomyelitis ( not available ) Chapter 13: RotavirusRotavirus Chapter 14: RubellaRubella Chapter 15: Congenital Rubella SyndromeCongenital Rubella Syndrome Chapter 16: TetanusTetanus Chapter 17: VaricellaVaricella Chapter 18: Surveillance IndicatorsSurveillance Indicators Chapter 19: Enhancing SurveillanceEnhancing Surveillance Chapter 20: Analysis of Surveillance DataAnalysis of Surveillance Data Chapter 21: Surveillance for Adverse EventsSurveillance for Adverse Events Chapter 22: Laboratory SupportLaboratory Support Chapter 23: National Surveillance of VPDsNational Surveillance of VPDs Chapter 24: State-Specific Surveillance of VPDsState-Specific Surveillance of VPDs Back Main Page More

18 APPENDICES Appendix 1: Collection of Specimens for Isolation of C. Diphtheriae (not available) Appendix 2: Guidelines for Managing a Suspected Case of Diphtheria (not available) Appendix 3: CDC Diphtheria Worksheet ( not available ) Appendix 4: Haemophilus influenzae type b Abbreviated Worksheet Expanded Worksheet Appendix 5: Haemophilus influenzae type b Worksheet (no longer in use) Appendix 6: Hepatitis Data Collection WorksheetHepatitis Data Collection Worksheet Appendix 7: Measles Virus IsolationMeasles Virus Isolation Surveillance Manual Click on Item Below to Open File Back Main Page More

19 Appendix 8: Measles Instructions Measles WorksheetMeasles InstructionsMeasles Worksheet Appendix 9: Meningococcal Abbreviated WorksheetMeningococcal Abbreviated Worksheet Meningococcal Expanded Worksheet Appendix 10: Mumps Instructions Mumps WorksheetMumps InstructionsMumps Worksheet Appendix 11: Pertussis Instructions Pertussis WorksheetPertussis InstructionsPertussis Worksheet Appendix 12: Pertussis Death Worksheet ( no longer in use ) Appendix 13: Streptococcus pneumoniae Worksheet Appendix 14: Suspected Polio Case WorksheetStreptococcus pneumoniae WorksheetSuspected Polio Case Worksheet Appendix 15: Collection of Specimens for Typing of Rubella VirusCollection of Specimens for Typing of Rubella Virus Surveillance Manual Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Back More

20 Appendix 16: Rubella Instructions Rubella WorksheetRubella InstructionsRubella Worksheet Appendix 17: Congenital Rubella Syndrome Case ReportCongenital Rubella Syndrome Case Report Appendix 18: Tetanus Instructions Tetanus WorksheetTetanus InstructionsTetanus Worksheet Appendix 19: Varicella Death Investigation Instructions WorksheetInstructionsWorksheet Appendix 20: Varicella Outbreak Reporting and Surveillance Worksheet ( not available ) Appendix 21: Updated Guidelines for Evaluating SurveillanceUpdated Guidelines for Evaluating Surveillance Appendix 22: VAERS FormVAERS Form Appendix 23: CDC Specimen Submission FormCDC Specimen Submission Form Appendix 24: Interstate Shipment of Etiologic AgentsInterstate Shipment of Etiologic Agents Surveillance Manual Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Back

21 Influenza Campaign Please visit the following links for updated information and resources. CDC Resources Download print materials, (brochures, posters, flyers), web tools (eCards, badges, buttons), and video/audio tools (PSAs, podcasts, videos). Many items are available for specific audiences and in different languages. CDC Seasonal Influenza Information Information about the disease, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and vaccination. Many Q&As are available that include information on current and past seasons. Related Links Know What To Do About the Flu Main Page

22 Preteen Vaccine Campaign The Preteen Vaccine Campaign offers posters, flyers, web buttons and PSAs to educate parents and providers about the three vaccines specifically recommended for preteens at ages 11 or 12 years. Materials are available for English, Spanish, American Indian/Alaska Native, Vietnamese, and Korean audiences. Please visit the website for all the materials and additional information.Preteen Vaccine Campaign Posters As Her Parent, Protect Daughter From HPV Schedule a Preteen Check-Up Flyers Information for Parents Q&A for Parents About Vaccines Q&A for Parents About HPV Main Page

23 Immunization Flyers Click on Item Below to Open File Additional flyers and brochures can be found on the NCIRD publication web page.NCIRD publication web page Immunization for Travelers Healthcare Personnel Immunization and Pregnancy Chart Healthcare Personnel (Poster) Immunization and PregnancyPertussis Immunization for Older AdultsVaccine Safety for Parents Parents Who Question VaccinesVFC for Parents Questions Parents Ask About InfantsVFC for Providers Shingles Main Page

24 Immunization Campaigns Main Page More Influenza Campaign CDC influenza materials including posters, flyers, public service announcements and more are posted at Childhood Campaign The childhood immunization campaign materials can be downloaded at Campaign materials encourage timely immunization for children younger than two years of age and include English and Spanish-language fact sheets, posters, print ads, and radio public service announcements. Preteen Campaign CDCs Preteen Vaccine Campaign offers posters and flyers to educate parents and providers about the vaccines specifically recommended for preteens at ages 11 or 12 years. Materials are available for English, Spanish, American Indian/Alaska Native, Vietnamese, and Korean audiences. For more information and to download posters and flyers, visit adol/07gallery/default.htm

25 Immunization Campaigns Main Page Immunization Awareness Weeks National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) NIIW is an annual observance to promote the benefits of immunization and to focus on the importance of immunizing infants against vaccine-preventable diseases by age two. For additional information visit Vaccination Week in the Americas (VWA) Coordinated by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), VWA focuses on immunizing children and other vulnerable populations with limited access to vaccination. VWA is held in conjunction with NIIW. For additional information visit More

26 Immunization Campaigns Main Page Immunization Awareness Weeks National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) National Influenza Vaccination Week occurs in late fall or early winter of the influenza season and highlights the importance of continuing flu vaccination, as well as fostering greater use of flu vaccine through the months of December, January, and beyond. For additional information visit

27 AFIX and CoCASA Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Why AFIX? AFIX 101 AFIX Timeline Assessing Performance of Private Practitioners in Maine Changes in Clinic Vaccination Coverage Clinical Pediatrics Vaccination Practice, Policies and Management Factors What Works – Quality Improvement in Your Office CoCASA information is available at the CoCASA website.CoCASA website

28 Immunization Information Systems Click on Item Below to Access Topic or Open File Please visit the Immunization Information System (IIS) website for additional information and updates.Immunization Information System (IIS) American Immunization Registry Association (AIRA) Immunization Information Systems (IIS) FAQ IIS Parents FAQ IIS Providers FAQ IIS 101 – What Every Program Manager Should Know Sentinel Site FAQ Site Participation Maps Main Page More

29 Immunization Information System Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page More IIS: NVAC Progress Report (JPHMP) Data Quality Assurance in IIS (AIRA, MIROW) Reminder/Recall in IIS (AIRA, MIROW) Standards of Excellence in Support (AIRA) Vaccination Level Deduplication in IIS (AIRA, MIROW) State and Local IIS Contacts Consultant Assignments (CDC Staff) IIS

30 Immunization Information Systems Click on Item Below to Open File Questions Providers Ask About IIS IIS Related Program Activities Medicaid Funding and Information Medicaid Healthcare Financing Medicaid Planning APD Checklist Medicaid Requirements Lessons Learned From the PROW Demonstration Sites Partners Information Letter Main Page IIS More

31 Immunization Information Systems Click on Item Below to Open File HL7 Implementation Guide Functional Standards Management of Moved or Gone Elsewhere (MOGE) Status in IIS (AIRA) IIS Progress Report (MMWR 2006) IIS Progress Report (MMWR 2008) IIS Progress Report (MMWR 2009) Cost Savings With Using IIS for Vaccines Influenza Vaccination Coverage, (MMWR) Main Page IIS More

32 IIS Slides Click on Item Below to Open File Child Participation Table and Map ( ) Private Provider Participation Table and Map ( ) Public Provider Participation Table and Map ( ) Main Page IIS

33 Vaccine Information Statements Click on Item Below to Open File VIS Instructions (08/10/10) Federal Law Statement VIS in other languages are available from the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Anthrax (03/10/10) Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (DTaP) (05/17/07) Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) (12/16/98) Hepatitis A (03/21/06) Hepatitis B (07/18/07) Human Papillomavirus (HPV) HPV – Gardasil (03/30/10) HPV – Cervarix (03/30/10) More Main Page

34 Vaccine Information Statements Click on Item Below to Open File Influenza - Seasonal Inactivated (08/10/10) Influenza - Seasonal Live, Intranasal (08/10/10) Japanese Encephalitis (03/01/10) Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) (03/13/08) Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella (MMRV) (05/21/10) Meningococcal (01/28/08) Multiple Vaccines (09/18/08) Polio (01/01/00) Back Main Page More

35 Vaccine Information Statements Click on Item Below to Open File Pneumococcal Conjugate (PCV13) (04/16/10) Pneumococcal Conjugate (PCV7) (12/09/08) Pneumococcal Polysaccharide (10/06/09) Rabies (10/06/09) Rotavirus (12/06/10) Shingles (Herpes Zoster) (10/06/09) Tetanus, Diphtheria (Td) or Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) (11/18/08) Typhoid (05/19/04) Varicella (03/13/08) Yellow Fever (11/09/04) Back Main Page

36 Vaccine Safety Click on Item Below for Link to Topic For more information please visit the Vaccine Safety website.Vaccine Safety Contraindications Guide to Vaccine Contraindications and Precautions Report a Suspected Vaccine Side Effect: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Vaccine Safety Articles Main Page More

37 Vaccine Safety Articles Click on Item Below to Open File Overview Vaccine Safety: Pink Book Chapter About the Immunization Safety Office (ISO) Publications by Activities: The Brighton Collaboration Clinical Immunization Safety Assessment (CISA) Network Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Vaccine Analytic Unit (VAU) Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) Project How Can You Promote Vaccine Safety The Complicated Task of Monitoring Vaccine Safety Vaccine Risks: Real, Perceived, and Unknown Main Page Safety More

38 Vaccine Safety Articles Click on Item Below to Open File Selected Major Issues in Vaccine Safety Fighting for the Reputation of Vaccines Toward Better Vaccine Safety Data Information by Topic Autism Concerns About Autism MMR Vaccine and Autism – Institute of Medicine (IOM) Summary MMR Vaccine and Autism – IOM Full Report Vaccines and Autism – IOM Executive Summary Vaccines and Autism – IOM Full Report For more information on autism spectrum disorders, visit Main Page Safety More

39 Vaccine Safety Articles Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Safety More Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) GBS and Menactra Meningococcal Vaccine FAQ About Guillain-Barré Syndrome and Menactra Vaccine Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Safety About HPV Safety FAQ About HPV Vaccine Safety Reports of Health Concerns Following HPV Vaccination Summary of HPV Adverse Event Reports Published in JAMA MMRV Vaccine Safety MMRV Safety Basics Q&A About MMRV Vaccine Safety What Clinicians Need to Know About MMRV Vaccine Safety

40 Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Safety More Vaccine Safety Articles Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Vaccines Vaccinations and Sudden Death in Infancy – IOM Executive Summary Vaccinations and Sudden Death in Infancy – IOM Full Report Multiple Vaccines FAQ About Multiple Vaccines and the Immune System Multiple Immunizations and Immune Dysfunction – IOM Summary Multiple Immunizations and Immune Dysfunction – IOM Full Report Thimerosal FAQ About Thimerosal Thimerosal InformationFAQ About ThimerosalThimerosal Information Thimerosal and Vaccines – IOM Summary Sheet Thimerosal-Containing Vaccines – IOM Executive Summary

41 Click on Item Below to Open File Main Page Safety Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Please visit the VAERS website for brochures, fact sheets and additional information.VAERS VAERS Form (pdf)VAERS Form (pdf) VAERS Form (online)VAERS Form (online) The Role of the VAERS in Monitoring Vaccine Safety The Reporting Sensitivities of Two Passive Surveillance Systems Surveillance for Safety After Immunization: VAERS (MMWR 01/24/03) Erratum (02/14/03)

42 INDEX Click Here or Find Under ACIP RecommendationsACIP Recommendations ACIP AFIX AutismAutism Safety Brighton CollaborationBrighton Collaboration Safety CommunicationCommunication Communication and Campaigns CampaignsCampaigns Communication and Campaigns CISA CISA Safety CoCASACoCASA AFIX and CoCASA Contraindications/PrecautionsContraindications/Precautions Publications/Pink Book or Safety Evaluating Patients for Smallpox (Poster)Evaluating Patients for Smallpox (Poster) Guidelines and Resources Flyers (NCIRD)Flyers (NCIRD) Communication and Campaigns General RecommendationsGeneral Recommendations ACIP HPVHPV Safety/VIS Global Immunization FrameworkGlobal Immunization Framework Guidelines and Resources Immunization Information System (IIS)Immunization Information System (IIS) IIS More Main Page

43 INDEX Click Here or Find Under Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) IAC Immunization SchedulesImmunization Schedules Schedules InfluenzaInfluenza ACIP/VIS/Flu Campaign Institute of Medicine Reports (IOM)Institute of Medicine Reports (IOM) Safety Miscellaneous Publications and ResourcesMiscellaneous Publications and Resources Guidelines and Resources MMWRs MMWRs ACIP Parents GuideParents Guide Guidelines and Resources Preteen CampaignPreteen Campaign Communication and Campaigns Pink Book (Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases)Pink Book (Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases) Pink Book Safety Surveillance Vaccine Storage and HandlingVaccine Storage and Handling Guidelines and Resources VAERSVAERS Safety VISVIS Vaccine Information Statements Websites (Vaccine Related Partners)Websites (Vaccine Related Partners) Communication and Campaigns Main PageBack


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