News: Immunization MMWRs Update

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This message serves to inform you that one or more MMWRs have recently been added to the MMWR page and are now available.

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Hepatitis B Coordinators List Update

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News: Immunization MMWRs Update

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General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization

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General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization

On April 20, 2017, CDC released the General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization (https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/general-recs/index.html). The General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization replace the 2011 General Recommendations on Immunization.

According to ACIP Executive Secretary Amanda Cohn, MD, “The General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization is a living document, and releasing it as an online report allows ACIP to update the document more quickly, giving vaccination providers the most up-to-date guidance on vaccination practice.”

Continuing education credit for the General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization. Please check the website for details.

Vaccination providers, immunization managers, and anyone interested in updates to the General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization may sign up to receive e-mail notifications whenever new information is released.

To receive updates on this and other ACIP recommendations and guidelines, sign up at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/index.html.

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CDC What Vaccines Does Your Child Need? (Quiz) Update

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched a new childhood immunization quiz.

Parents can answer the questions in the quiz to create a personalized list of vaccines recommended for their child based on the child’s health history and age. Parents can then print the list to discuss with their child’s health care professional. The quiz is designed to provide vaccine recommendations for all children from birth through 18 years old.

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You Are the Key “Train the Trainer” Webinar

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CDC: Are You Planning an NIIW Event or Activity?

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National Infant Immunization Week April 22 – 29, 2017

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Are you planning an event or activity that educates others on and promotes childhood immunization in your community? We’d love to know what you’ll be doing between April 22nd and 29th to celebrate NIIW!

To get ideas from previous events and to share your 2017 plans with others, be sure to visit the NIIW Activity Registry. Some sample promotional and educational activities for this year include “Splish Splash – It’s a Baby Bash” immunization events in Nevada, an NIIW Blog-A-Thon, and a screening of the movie Hilleman at the Arizona Science Center.

If you are hosting an activity this NIIW, please share now to inspire and inform others in your state and around the country.

National Infant Immunization Week April 22-29, 2917 - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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