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NIIW Web and E-tools

Show your support for infant immunization and NIIW. The different tools below can help you promote NIIW and your other immunization activities on your web pages, in email, and through social media networks.


Web Buttons

NIIW Web Buttons

Use to link to NIIW web page

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/events/niiw/index.html

National Infant Immunization Week

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Vaccine Information for Parents Web Buttons

Use to link to parent-focused page
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/index.html
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Vaccine Information in Spanish for Parents Web Buttons

Use to link to web page with Spanish-language information on vaccination for all ages

http://www.cdc.gov/espanol/vacunas

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Web Banners

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NIIW Web Banners

Use to link to NIIW web page

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/events/niiw/index.html

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Vaccine Information in Spanish for Parents Web Banner

Use to link to web page with Spanish-language information on vaccination for all ages

http://www.cdc.gov/espanol/vacunas

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Audio/Video

View or download these audio and video files.

Consider promoting these to local media. See Radio and Television PSAs Pitching Guide.

Broadcast-quality video PSA, English

Protect your Baby with Immunization 30-second Spot.
Babies on the Move: Protecting Babies with Vaccination

30-second and 60-second spot
This animated PSA depicts the way babies are on the move, visiting places in their communities. As babies come into contact with other people in their daily lives, however, they can be exposed to serious diseases. The messages in this PSA emphasize how parents can protect their child from 14 diseases before they turn 2 years old by making sure they get all of the safe, proven protection of vaccines according to CDC’s recommended immunization schedule.

Protect your Baby with Immunization 30-second Spot.
The Immunization Baby Book

4-minute video
This four-minute animated video shares the first two years of Parker’s life and the important role vaccines play in keeping him healthy and happy.  While flipping through the pages of Parker’s baby book, parents can learn what vaccines their child needs, when they are needed, and why it is important to follow the recommended immunization schedule.

Protect your Baby with Immunization 30-second Spot.
Vaccination: A Key Piece of the Puzzle

30-second and 60-second PSA
This animated PSA emphasizes the many things parents do to keep their babies healthy and safe.  But, even healthy babies need vaccines to protect them from serious diseases. Vaccines are the key piece of the puzzle that helps parents keep their babies healthy and protected from serious childhood diseases.

Protect your Baby with Immunization 30-second Spot.
Protect your Baby with Immunization 30-second Spot

This ad provides an amusing, real-life glimpse into the world of parents and babies. The emphasis is on what parents are willing to do to keep their children protected, including immunization. Immunization gives parents the power to protect their babies.

Broadcast-quality video PSA, Spanish

Visite al Doctor 30-second spot.
Visite al Doctor 30-second spot

This ad depicts parents visiting the pediatrician with their young child. The doctor explains to the parents the importance of timely vaccination. The main message is that with health, all is possible, and parents should vaccinate their children to keep them healthy.

Radio PSA, English and Spanish

Immunization Radio PSAs.
Immunization Radio PSAs

30-second and 60-second broadcast-quality audio files complement the messages of the video PSAs. The English radio PSAs emphasize what parents are willing to do to keep their children protected, including immunization. The Spanish radio PSAs depict a doctor explaining to parents the importance of timely vaccination of their young daughter.

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Spanish Language National Infant Immunization Week Song (MP3 file)

Ballad developed by US-Mexico Border Health Commission to promote immunizations and celebrate NIIW. Listen to the song in Spanish or download lyrics in Spanish or English [1 page].

Running Time: 5:45 mins

Get the Picture video
CDC -TV Get The Picture: Childhood Immunizations

Short video that helps answer the tough questions that real moms have about childhood immunizations.

Running Time: 6:27 mins

 

Welcome to Parenthood video
CDC Video Welcome to Parenthood

With this video, take a short, funny look at some of the challenges of being a new parent.

Running Time: 50 seconds


Health e-cards

Promote NIIW and infant immunization by sending a Health-e-Card (or "electronic greeting card"). Encourage friends, family and co-workers to send one too.

NIIW e-card
NIIW 2014

Free online resources for National Infant Immunization Week


Growing up healthy e-card
Growing Up Healthy

Love, Healthy Food, Regular Physical Activity, Laugh, Get Some Rest, Vaccinate


Vaccines: A top priority e-card
Vaccines: A top priority

As a mom, keeping your baby healthy is a top priority.


Vaccines: I Promise to Protect My Baby e-card.
Vaccines: I Promise to Protect My Baby

I promise to protect you against 14 vaccine preventable diseases by your 2nd birthday. Promise to protect.



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Social Media

Are You on Twitter?

Share ongoing updates, resources, and activities related to NIIW and infant immunization in general.

Tweeting about NIIW

Need ideas to help you spread the word about NIIW to partners, health care professionals, and parents through Twitter? Feel free to use these sample tweets [2 page].

Tweeting about Infant and Childhood Immunization

For your year-round outreach to parents and health care professionals on immunization, disease prevention, and vaccine safety, use these Twitter-ready messages [2 pages].

For more information, see CDC's Twitter and CDC’s Social Media Toolkit [3.76 MB, 61 pages]

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Are You on Facebook?

During NIIW

Invite fans to NIIW events and share photos of NIIW activities; post links to new scientific research and "like" other organizations' NIIW posts. CDC promotes NIIW in April on its Facebook page.

Any Day Posts

Continue to show your support for infant and childhood immunization with various messages. Use one or more of these suggested Facebook posts [3 pages] .

For more information, see CDC's Social Networking Sites and CDC’s Social Media Toolkit [3.76 MB, 61 pages].

 

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