Vaccine Resources from CDC Partners

Partial list of free immunization resources, including tools, training, and research, produced in part with support from CDC. List is in alphabetical order by organization/partner.

List is in alphabetical order by organization/partner
Resource Provided by Audience
TIDE (Teaching Immunization Delivery and Evaluation)external icon
Web-based curriculum comprised of 7 stand-alone, scenario-based modules. Triggers problem-solving and discussion. Free CNE, CME, and CEUs are available.
Academic Pediatric Association (APA) Pediatric residents Immunization-delivery healthcare professionals
Immunizationexternal icon
Website provides information on vaccine-preventable diseases, immunizations, immunization schedules, audio, video and photo libraries. Continuing education and maintenance of certification training found here: icon. Business tools and practice support found here: icon.
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Pediatricians, families
Family Practice Resourcesexternal icon
Resources for family practice physicians and their practices, including, practice management tools to help with codingexternal icon.
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Family practice physicians and their practices
Immunization for Womenexternal icon
Website provides ob-gyns and their patients with information on vaccine-preventable diseases, including immunization facts and safety, immunization schedules. A number of clinical and practice management resources including coding tools and webinar on business tools.
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Immunization providers, pregnant women, families
ACP Adult Immunization Resourcesexternal icon
The ACP Guide to Adult Immunization helps physicians develop systematic processes for incorporating immunization in their day-to-day practice. ACP’s immunization resourcesexternal icon include Medconcert®, web-based platform for physicians seeking maintenance of certification or residents with quality improvement project requirements.
American College of Physicians (ACP) Physicians who serve adult populations
Immunization Resources for Nursesexternal icon
ANA offers a dedicated website for nurses seeking immunization resources.
American Nurses Association Nurses
Pharmacist Information Centerexternal icon
APhA offers diverse resources on its website for pharmacists. Updates on new immunization developments and regulations, tools, APhA policy statements, handbooks, and training. Resources on vaccine administration techniqueexternal icon.
American Pharmacists Association Pharmacists
ASTHO Immunization Projectexternal icon
The project functions as a liaison between states and federal government on immunization issues. Website highlights what’s new and links to multiple resources, including a chart tracking federal and state immunization legislation.
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) State and territorial health officials
Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services
CMS offers numerous provider resources including a comprehensive question and answer documentexternal icon about flu and pneumococcal vaccination of Medicare recipients.
Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services Providers enrolled in Medicare or Medicaid programs
Every Child By Twoexternal icon
Website aims to raise awareness of critical need for timely immunizations and foster a systematic way to immunize all of America’s children by age two. Efforts focus to ensure electronic immunization registries are fully developed and implemented throughout the US.
Every Child By Two (ECBT) Immunization providers, policy makers, parents, media
Vaccinate Your Familyexternal icon
Campaign promoting on-time vaccinations includes multiple media (posters, magnets, billboards, bumper stickers, personalized schedule tool); social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, and “Shot of Prevention” blog) generate active discussion of immunization issues.
Every Child By Two (ECBT) Immunization providers, policy makers, parents, media
Protect Your Family. Immunize on time, every time. pdf icon[18 pages]external icon
An immunization ebook created by Every Child By Two with information on all recommended vaccines.
Every Child By Two (ECBT) Immunization providers, policy makers, parents, media
HealthMap Vaccine Finderexternal icon
Is a a free, online service where users can search for locations that offer immunizations. Initially offering information about locations of flu vaccine, Healthmap can now help connect patients and providers to immunization services for 10 adult vaccines, beyond flu.
Healthmap Database for patients seeking vaccination locations, and provider who want to be listed
Needle Tipsexternal icon
Quarterly, online immunization education publication. Each issue includes the “Ask the Experts” feature and a “Vaccine Highlights” section.
Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Healthcare providers, program managers
Immunization Action Coalitionexternal icon (IAC)
The IAC works to increase immunization rates and prevent disease by creating and distributing educational materials. Website houses downloadable handouts, manuals, newsletters, videos, and translations of Vaccine Information Statements. IAC maintains a list of immunization training offeringsexternal icon that give CE credit. Also available, comprehensive list of adult immunization resources.
Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Healthcare providers, program managers
Vaccine Information for the Public and Health Professionalsexternal icon
Website offers information on vaccine-preventable diseases, including FAQs, videos, and real-life disease stories. Among the resources are those included in the Adult Vaccination Resource Libraryexternal icon.
Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) General public
MARTi: Medical Assistants Resources and Training on Immunization (MARTi)external icon
Web portal of immunization resources for medical assistants.
Association for Prevention Teaching and Research Medical assistants
Immunization Pageexternal icon
NACCHO’s immunization website offers news and resources for partners and local health departments. Features include demonstration projects, up-to-date research studies, school-related vaccine surveys, billing for clinical services toolkit, webcasts, and free posters promoting VFC.
National Association of City and County Health Officials (NACCHO) City and county health departments
School Nurses Resourcesexternal icon
Website with resources for school nurses who want to promote vaccination against flu and other diseases. Also available, resources on fluexternal icon and other vaccinesexternal icon.
National Association of School Nurses (NASN) School nurses
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID)external icon
Offers training for healthcare providers and videos for the general public about flu and other vaccinations. Family-vaccines.orgexternal icon is a consumer-oriented website to aid vaccine decision-making across the lifespan.
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases Immunization providers, patients, parents, general public
Outreach to Hispanicsexternal icon
This project targeting older Hispanic seniors has resources in Spanish.
National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) Hispanic families and healthcare professionals
Communication Made Easy (CME)external icon
Free online program helps immunization educators learn about social marketing and traditional and social media. Through webinars, one-to-one tech assistance, and an eToolkit, CME helps participants stretch budgets, share resources, and network.
Parents of Kids With Infectious Diseases (PKIDs) Immunization community, healthcare communicators
NIP-ITexternal icon
NIP-IT A nursing initiative promoting immunization training. Features an innovative and creative web-based curriculum about immunizations and vaccine preventable diseases.
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Nurses, nurse students; and nurse educators

These varied immunization resources have been produced, in part, with support from a cooperative agreement from CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. CDC does not endorse training, educational or other products of outside organizations. CDC welcomes a broad array of diverse approaches to communicating the most current recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice.

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Page last reviewed: December 29, 2015