For Specific Groups of People:
Access the recommended adult vaccination schedule by age group and in multiple formats including a download for your PDA. Review vaccines indicated for adults based on medical and other indications. Download print materials and tools to promote preventive care among adults in your care and to help improve adult vaccination rates.
- Adult immunization schedule
Download printable schedules of recommended immunizations for Adults (those 19 years and older) and access interactive tools to determine which vaccines your patients need.
- Adult immunization scheduler tool
Download this tool to determine the vaccines those 19 years and older need according to the Adult Immunization Schedule.
- Reminder eCard for Adult Patients
Send an eCard to your patients, urging them to check their vaccination status.
- ACIP vaccine recommendations
Access the latest ACIP recommendations for the routine administration of adult vaccines.
- International travel
Learn about recommended vaccines for patients traveling internationally.
- Vaccine administration
Access the latest recommendations and guidelines for vaccine administration.
- Strategies for increasing adult vaccination rates
Learn about strategies that you can implement in your practice that have been shown to be effective in increasing adult vaccination rates.
- Adult Immunization Guide (from American College of Physicians)
The ACP Guide to Adult Immunization is a useful resource to develop systematic processes for incorporating immunization in your day-to-day practice.
- Free materials and resources
Download and use these free materials to educate and encourage your adult patients to get vaccinated.
Adult Vaccination Resources for Your Patients
You never outgrow the need for immunization. The specific vaccines you need as an adult are determined by factors such as your age, lifestyle, risk conditions, locations of travel, and previous vaccines. Talk to your doctor or nurse about what is recommended for you.
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Content last reviewed on July 30, 2010
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases