NIIW: Slide Set on NIIW 2013 Materials and Resources Now Available

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NIIW: Slide Set on NIIW 2013 Materials and Resources Now Available

NIIW. Immunization. Power to Protect.

Did you miss the New CDC Resources and Tools for NIIW 2013 Webinar on February 13?

Access slides from the presentation to learn about all of the resources available to hel pyou plan and promote your NIIW activities. Download the slides and speaker notes.

And if you’ve already made plans, please share your NIIW activities. Complete the NIIW Activity Form.

National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is April 20-27, 2013.

World Immunization Week (WIW) is April 24-30, 2013.

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CDC IIS: Contact Update for Missouri and Philadelphia

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You are subscribed to CDC’s Registry (IIS): Programmatic and Technical Contact List email subscription service. The contact information for Missouri and Philadelphia has recently been updated and is now available.

CDC ACIP: Home Page Update

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You are subscribed to CDC’s ACIP Home Page email subscription service. This email serves to inform you that the final February ACIP meeting agenda is now available.

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/meetings/meetings-info.html

CDC’s You Call The Shots has 2 New Modules

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2 new modules:

  • Vaccines Storage and Handling
  • Vaccines for Children (VFC)

Recent Changes to CDC’s Vaccine Price List

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CDC Registry (IIS): Programmatic and Technical Contact List Update

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You are subscribed to CDC’s Registry (IIS): Programmatic and Technical Contact List email subscription service. The contact information for Arkansas has recently been updated and is now available.

New Whooping Cough Infographic

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New Whooping Cough Infographic

Protect babies from whooping cough. Find out how.

You are subscribed to either CDC’s Vaccines & Immunizations Home Page or Program Managers subscription service. This email serves to inform you that a new whooping cough infographic is available.

CDC has developed a simple, colorful infographic.

This infographic shows three steps that expectant parents can take to give their babies the best protection from whooping cough, including the recent recommendation that pregnant women get a Tdap shot during every pregnancy.

The United States experienced a nearly 60-year record high number of whooping cough cases in 2012, with more than 41,000 reported cases. Although whooping cough can be serious for anyone, it can be deadly for babies. About half of infants who get whooping cough end up in the hospital. The majority of deaths last year occurred among infants younger than 3 months.