Adults vaccine campaign information for all adults and healthcare professionals
Download print materials and tools to promote preventive care among adults and to help improve adult vaccination rates.
National Infant Immunization Week's campaign materials
Planning tools and campaign materials for National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) include media outreach materials, web buttons and banners, e-cards, and other materials. Resources also include print, radio, and TV PSAs in both English and Spanish that can be used year-round to highlight the importance of infant immunization.
PRETEENS AND TEENS
Preteen and Teen vaccine campaign materials
The Preteen and Teen Vaccine Campaign includes posters and fact sheets, podcasts, PSAs, videos, matte articles, and web buttons, that educate parents and providers about recommended preteen and teen vaccines. Materials, created after extensive audience research, are available in English, Spanish, Korean, Vitanamese as well as for American Indian/Native Alaskan audiences.
Influenza campaign materials
Download and order the latest flu resources FREE of charge, including print materials, matte articles, Vaccine Information Statements (VISs), and more, with several offered in Spanish. Select pre-printed materials are available for direct shipment. Also available are audio, video and web tools such as eCards, web badges and buttons, plus podcasts, videos, and PSAs.
National Influenza Vaccination Week campaign materials (NIVW)
National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) is a national observance that was established to highlight the importance of continuing influenza vaccination, as well as fostering greater use of flu vaccine after the holiday season into January and beyond. This year NIVW is scheduled for December 2-8, 2012.
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This page last modified on July 9, 2012
Content last reviewed on June 21, 2012
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases