Display Immunization Schedules on Your Website
Follow these steps to easily place the immunization schedules within your organization's website. Using this method, you can confidently display the current recommended immunization schedules and footnotes for your Web visitors.
From CDC to Your Website
When you place the code provided below within your existing web code, you will see the CDC immunization schedule and footnotes display within your web page. Nothing else changes within your Web page.
Benefits for You and Your Visitors
The CDC schedules appear within your Web page and the PDFs can be printed too, so visitors remain on your site.
The schedules that appear on your page will always be the most current version. Whenever CDC updates a schedule, your page will automatically display the same update.
This "syndication" method, embedding inline frames, retains the look and feel of the official schedules published in CDC's MMWR and displayed on CDC's Web pages.
It's a one-time task. Once you save the code to your page, you're done; no additional maintenance is needed.
The code includes a PDF version of the schedule so your Web visitors have the option to print the schedule too.
How to Display Schedules
You can syndicate any or all of the immunization schedules – those intended for healthcare professionals and the easy-to-read schedules intended for everyone. Copy the code for a schedule and paste within your Web page.
Schedule for Persons Birth through 18 years
Adult Schedule, by Vaccine and Age Group
Recommended Vaccinations Indicated for Adults Based on Medical and Other
Adult Contraindications and Precautions
NEW NOV 2014
Easy-to-Read Schedule for Children, Birth through 6 Years
Easy-to-Read Schedule for Preteens and Teens, 7-18 Years
Easy-to-Read Schedule for Adults, by Age
Easy-to-Read Schedule for Adults, by Health Condition
Technical Help Available
Pasting code like this into existing Web pages is an established "syndication" method used to insert and share Web buttons and widgets. if you need technical assistance replicating these schedules on your pages, contact NCIRD web team. A CDC Web team member will reply.
Please note that this syndication of iframes does not work with blogging software, such as WordPress, nor within Flash™ players. Should you use these methods, we suggest you instead link to the following page(s):
- For Health Care Professionals
- For Everyone
To receive notification when CDC makes changes to any schedule or releases the schedules on new platforms (such as a mobile app and a mobile Web version), click on one of the links below and enter your email address.
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