Adolescent Vaccination Call To Action (PDF)
Covers the latest CDC recommendations and practical strategies for improving vaccination ratesAdvisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Abbreviations for Vaccines
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC): The latest vaccine abbreviations have been updated. These acronyms are intended to provide a uniform approach to vaccine references used in ACIP Recommendations that are published in the MMWR, the Pink Book, and the American Academy of Pediatrics Red Book; and in the US immunization schedules for children, adolescents, and adults. Backgrounder
Background information on the US adolescent immunization program status and the need to improve adolescent immunization ratesCenters for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Immunization Recommendations for Adolescents
The latest immunization recommendations from the CDCFact Sheet
This fact sheet provides information about the current vaccines recommended to protect adolescents against serious infectious diseases. Included in the current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations are vaccines for all adolescents (11-18 years old), ideally starting at the routine age 11-12 year visit, catch-up vaccines, and vaccines for adolescents at higher risk of disease or complications.Online Vaccine Education
Free continuing education for healthcare professionals on vaccines is available on www.nfid.org.