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School-Located Vaccination (SLV): Information for Planners

Tools and Helpful Links, References

Tools and Helpful Links

Note: The following are non-governmental examples of useful websites. There are many others that may be find useful.

References

Note: There are many others articles on influenza SLV clinics that may also be useful.

  • Boyer-Chuanroong L, Woodruff BA, Unti LM et al. Immunizations from ground zero: lessons learned in urban middle schools. J Sch Health 1997 Sep;67(7):269-72.
  • Boyer-Chu L, Wooley SF. “Give it a shot!” toolkit for nurses and other immunization champions working with secondary schools, 2nd Edition. American School Health Association, 2008.
  • Cawley J, Hull HH, Rousculp, MD. Strategies for Implementing School-Located Influenza Vaccination of Children: A Systematic Literature Review. J Sch Health 2010 April;80(4):167-175.
  • Carpenter LR, Lott J, Lawson BM et al. Mass distribution of free, intranasally administered influenza vaccine in a public school system. Pediatrics 2007. Jul 1;120(1)e172-8. Epub 2007 June 25.
  • Cassidy W. School-based adolescent hepatitis B immunization programs in the United States: strategies and successes. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 1998 Jul:17(7 Suppl):S43-6. Review.
  • Weinstein A, El Amin AN. A School-based influenza vaccination pilot campaign in an urban setting: An analysis of school district implementation strategies. 43rd National Immunization Conference, Dallas, Texas, March 30-April 2, 2009.
  • Goldstein ST, Cassidy WM, Hodgson W et al. Factors associated with student participation in a school-based hepatitis B immunization program. J Sch Health. 2001 May;71(5):184-7.
  • Rand CM, Shone LP, Albertin C, et al. National health care visit patterns of adolescents: implications for delivery of new adolescent vaccines. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 161:252-259. 2007.
  • Rand CM, Szilagyi PG, Yoo BK, et al. Additional visit burden for universal influenza vaccination of US school-aged children and adolescents. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 162:1048-1055, 2008.
  • Tung CS, Middleman AB. An evaluation of school-level factors used in a successful school-based hepatitis B immunization initiative. J Adolesc Health 2005 Jul;37(1):61-8.
  • Wilson T, Harman S. Analysis of a bi-state, multi-district school-based hepatitis B immunization program. J Sch Health. 2000 Dec;70(10):408-12.
  • Wilson T. A bi-state, metropolitan, school-based immunization campaign: lessons from the Kansas City experience. J Pediatr Health Care 2001. Jul-Aug;15(4):173-8. J Pediatr Health Care. 2001 Jul-Aug;15(4):173-8.
  • Woodruff BA, Unti L, Coyle K et al. Parents’ attitudes toward school-based hepatitis B vaccination of their children. Pediatrics 1996. Sep;98 Suppl 1:13S-7S.
  • Unti LM, Coyle KK, Woodruff BA et al. Incentives and motivators in school-based hepatitis B vaccination programs. J Sch Health. 1997 Sep;67(7):265-8.
  • Championing school-located influenza immunization: the school nurse’s role. J Sch Nurs. 2009 Feb;25 Suppl 1:18S-28S.
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