NIIW: New resources and nominating 2013 Immunization Champions

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NIIW: New resources and nominations for Immunization Champions

NIIW. Immunization. Power to Protect.

Ready for NIIW 2013?

Visit the updated NIIW website to help you plan your activites. While exploring the site, you can:

  • Find updated planning tools and resources.
  • Access the new video PSAs, refreshed media materials, and other promotional tools.
  • Nominate your 2013 CDC Childhood Immunization Champion. Nominations are due March 1. See the new nomination packet.

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 Registry (IIS): Contact List Updated

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

CDC Vaccines for Children (VFC) Coordinators List Update

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You are subscribed to CDC’s Vaccines for Children (VFC) Coordinators List. This message is to notify you that the state of New York’s contact information has changed and is now available.

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/vfc/contacts-state.html

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 New York City has recently been updated and is now available.

CDC’s 2013 Immunization Schedules – Available to Display on Your Website or Print

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2013 Immunization Schedules are Available—Learn How to Display Them on Your Website and Keep Them Current: The 2013 recommended immunization schedules for children and adolescents (birth through 18 years) and adults (19 years old and older) are now available online in the January 28, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Supplement [1 MB, 21 pages].

NEW this year, schedules are also available in an online format that allows for easy display on partner websites. If your organization provides access to the schedules by linking to CDC’s website or posting PDFs, you can now display and print the schedules right on your web pages and get automatic updates. By adopting this strategy you will:

  • Replicate CDC’s schedules within an existing page on your website
  • Get automatic updates whenever changes and updates are made to the schedules
  • Maintain all of your branding, design, layout, and website navigation
  • Keep visitors on your website
  • Offer interactive features within the chart and footnotes
  • Provide an always-current PDF version of the schedule for users to print

This “syndication” method is a one-time task. Ask your web developer to follow these easy steps:

  1. Visit the Display Schedules on Your Website web page.
  2. Copy the code for the schedules you want.
  3. Place the code on the pages on which you want to display the schedule.

Once you save the code, you’re done; no additional maintenance is needed. Updates are automatic.

Need technical assistance? Simply complete the Contact the Web Team Form and a CDC web team member will contact you.

In addition, various versions of the child and adolescent schedule and adult schedules are available on the immunization schedules web pages.

CDC ACIP: Draft Agenda, Vaccine Abbreviations and October Meeting Minutes

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You are subscribed to CDC’s ACIP Home Page and Meetings email subscription service. This email serves to inform you that the following items are now available.

  • October Meeting Minutes
  • Abbreviations for Vaccines (updated)
  • DRAFT February meeting agenda

Don’t forget to register for the February 20-21, 2013 meeting.

CDC Registry (IIS):

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Progress in Immunization Information Systems – United States, 2011
The January 25, 2013, MMWR documents results from the 2011 IIS Annual Report and includes updates on child participation in IIS and core data element completion.

Link to IIS home page: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/index.html