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Khan Academy Free Online Vaccine Education
Khan Academy is a free online education website for people of all ages. The site contains a variety of educational videos on vaccines including the "Vaccine and Autism Myth" (Parts 1 and 2) and "Flu Vaccine Risks and Benefits".
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Let’s Vaccinate Website
This website includes links to credible resources and strategies to help healthcare providers increase vaccination rates for children, teens, adults and pregnant women.
Maternal Immunization Graphics (ACOG)
ACOG maternal immunization infographics and sample promotional language. Healthcare providers/partners can use these new patient education resources.
Model Interstate IIS Sharing Statute
Vaccinate Your Family worked with The Department of Health Policy at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Service and other partners to develop a model interstate immunization information sharing statute.
NIS-Child Vaccination Coverage Reports (CDC)
Each year, CDC publishes child vaccination coverage reports from the National Immunization Survey. This link brings you to publications that provide additional information and details about child vaccination coverage.
“Not Vaccinated? No Kisses!” Billboard
Use VYF's most popular billboard to incorporate a little humor to remind people why vaccines are so important.
“Not Vaccinated? No Kisses!” Poster
Use VYF's most popular poster to incorporate a little humor when reminding people why vaccines are so important.
Credible Websites for Vaccine Information and Resources (Handout in English)
Looking for more credible sources of information on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases? Download Vaccinate Your Family's list of recommended organizations and websites.
Partnering with Health Plans: A Practical Guide
Vaccinate Your Family (VYF) and partners created this guide to help IIS staff to promote participation in their IIS to health plans. It includes sample memorandums of understanding, examples of marketing materials, and documents to clarify the interpretation of HIPAA to providers.
PBS NOVA “Vaccines – Calling the Shots” (Video)
Diseases that were largely eradicated in the United States a generation ago—whooping cough, measles, mumps—are returning, in part because nervous parents are skipping their children's shots. PBS NOVA's "Vaccines—Calling the Shots" takes viewers around the world to track epidemics, explore the science behind vaccinations, and hear from parents.
CDC’s The Adult Vaccine Quiz
Take CDC's Adult Vaccination Quiz to find out which vaccines are recommended for you.
Last updated: January 11, 2021