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Parents have told us that their healthcare providers are the most important source of information on immunization. Here we provide you with the resources to discuss these issues with your patients.


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  Communicating with Patients about Immunization  
  All materials in this kit are the product of extensive research with parents, physicians, nurses, immunization experts, and risk communication specialists.

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  Pediatric Visit-Specific Information
Includes specific childhood-visit "talking points" to help you quickly and effectively educate parents about the benefits and risks of immunization, such as 2 and 4 Month Visits, 6 Month Visit, 12 to 18 Month Visits, 4 to 6 Year Visits, and 11 to 16 Year Visits.
 
   
  Childhood Vaccine-Specific Information
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Hib
Measles, Mumps, Rubella
Meningococcal
Pneumococcal Conjugate
Polio
Varicella
    Adult Vaccine-Specific Information
Hepatitis B
Influenza
Lyme Disease
Pneumococcal Polysaccharide
Tetanus and Diphtheria

CDC Vaccine Information Statements
 
   
  Immunization Schedules and Contraindications
Childhood, Adolescent, Adult, and "Catch-up" schedules; and Contraindications and Precautions Guides
 
   
  Common Questions
Vaccine Effectiveness
Vaccine Safety
Adverse Events that Follow Vaccines
Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
Vaccine Ingredients
Vaccine Research and Development
Recommendation Policies
School Immunization Laws
Immunization Doses and Schedules,
Vaccine Registries
The Immune System and Vaccines
Alternatives to Vaccines
    Background
History and Achievements of Vaccines
How Vaccines Work
How Childhood Vaccines are Selected for Routine Use
Monitoring Vaccine Safety.

Additional Resources
Internet and Hotline Resources for More Information
Know the Facts About Immunization
Article: "When Parents Resist Immunizations"
 
   
  Bibliography and Index
Includes full citations to all the sources used in the preparation of the Resource Kit.
    Feedback Form
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