Recommendations and Reports
- On-line ordering form for NIP publications
(see "MMWR, ACIP single reports" on the online form)
- National Vaccine Plan Released Feb 2011
The National Vaccine Plan is the nation’s roadmap for a 21st century vaccine and immunization enterprise. It includes strategies for advancing vaccine research and development, financing, supply, distribution, safety, global cooperation, and informed decision-making among consumers and health care providers.
- Reducing Financial Barriers to Vaccination in the
United States: Call to Action
Pediatrics, December 2009 / VOLUME 124 / ISSUE Supplement: Financing of Childhood and Adolescent Vaccines. The supplement includes 3 lead commentaries, 13 original research articles, the report from the NVAC on vaccine financing recommendations, as well as commentaries from stakeholders, including manufacturers, insurers and consumers.
- AAP's policy on "increasing immunization coverage"
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
- Presentation on increasing immunization coverage rates [285 KB, 15 pages] (compliant)
- Vaccination Mandates: The Public Health Imperative & Individual
Rights [226 KB, 23 pages] (compliant)
Chapter 13 of "Law in Public Health Practice"
- ACIP: Vaccine Recommendations
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
- Contraindications to Vaccinations
- The Jordan Report 20th Anniversary: Accelerated Development of Vaccines 2002 [5.7.MB, 267 pages]
- MMWRs on Immunizations (by date)
Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report
- NCIRD's Annual Report
National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
- Standards for Immunization Practices
- U.S. National Vaccine Plan
from the National Vaccine Program Office
- Vaccine information statements (VIS)
VISs in many languages
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