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June 20-21, 2018 Draft Meeting Agenda [2 pages]

Register for upcoming June ACIP meeting

June 20-21, 2018

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Deadline for registration:
Non-US Citizens: May 16, 2018
US Citizens: June 11, 2018

Registration is NOT required to watch the live meeting webcast or to listen via telephone.

Public Comment Instructions [1 page]


ACIP Recommendations


General Committee-related Information

  • Charter
    Defines ACIP's purpose, authority, and function; its structure, meetings, and compensation; plus costs, reports, and termination.
  • Members
    Membership roster, including chair, executive secretary, voting members, ex officio members, and liaison representatives.
  • Articles
    Journal articles about the ACIP.

Guidance


ACIP Flyer

ACIP brochure This ACIP flyer [2 pages] answers questions such as what does the ACIP consider in the vaccine recommendation process, including recommended ages for administration of various vaccines to children?

On November 9, 2017, FDA approved a new hepatitis B vaccine, HEPLISAV-B®, for use in adults 18 years of age and older.  HEPLISAV-B® is the first licensed vaccine using a CpG adjuvant* and is administered as two doses given one month apart.  Further details on this vaccine’s approval can be found at Vaccines Licensed for Use in the United States.

*Cytosine phosphoguanine (CpG) 1018 adjuvant

February 2018 Meeting Recommendations

ACIP approved the following recommendations by majority vote at its February 2018 meeting:

  • For the 2018-2019 influenza season, immunization providers are recommended to administer any licensed, age-appropriate influenza vaccine (IIV, RIV, or LAIV).  LAIV4 is an option for influenza vaccination for persons for whom it is otherwise appropriate.
  • HEPLISAV-B (HepB-CpG) is a Hepatitis B vaccine that may be used to vaccinate persons aged 18 years and older against infection caused by all known subtypes of hepatitis B virus.
  • Hepatitis A vaccines should be administered for post-exposure prophylaxis for all persons aged ≥12 months.
  • In addition to hepatitis A vaccine, immune globulin may be administered to persons aged >40 years depending on the providers’ risk assessment.
  • Hepatitis A vaccine should be administered to infants aged 6-11 months traveling outside the United States when protection against hepatitis A is recommended.
  • ACIP adopted an Evidence to Recommendation framework to support ACIP decision making.

These recommendations have been adopted by the CDC Director and will become official once published in MMWR.


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