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Addressing Concerns about Vaccines & Autism

Addressing Concerns about Vaccines & Autism

Addressing Concerns about Vaccines & Autism

This information on this page deals specifically with the claims that vaccines cause autism and have led some parents to delay or refuse vaccines for their children. The most common claims are that autism is caused by vaccines that contain thimerosal, or too many vaccines. Many studies have been done to test these claims. None has shown that vaccines cause autism.

Ask the Experts: Diseases & Vaccines

Ask the Experts: Diseases & Vaccines

Ask the Experts: Diseases & Vaccines

The Immunization Action Coalition website is the nation’s premier source of child, teen, and adult immunization information for health professionals and their patients.

Assessment, Feedback, Incentives, and eXchange

Assessment, Feedback, Incentives, and eXchange

Assessment, Feedback, Incentives, and eXchange

A quality improvement program used by awardees to raise immunization coverage levels, reduce missed opportunities to vaccinate, and improve standards of practices at the provider level.

Bi-National Immunization Tool for Children Age 0-18

Bi-National Immunization Tool for Children Age 0-18

Bi-National Immunization Tool for Children Age 0-18

Provides recommended doses by age for USA and Mexico.

Catch-up Immunization Schedule

Catch-up Immunization Schedule

Catch-up Immunization Schedule

Provides catch-up schedules and minimum intervals between doses for children whose vaccinations have been delayed.

CHIL-e Training (With CE Credits)

CHIL-e Training (With CE Credits)

CHIL-e Training (With CE Credits)

CHIL-e Training with CE Credits (for RNs and LPNs)

CHIL-e Training (Without CE Credits)

CHIL-e Training (Without CE Credits)

CHIL-e Training (Without CE Credits)

CHIL-e Training without CE Credits (for All Others)

Child Health Immunization Learning-electronic Training

Child Health Immunization Learning-electronic Training

Child Health Immunization Learning-electronic Training

Child Health Immunization Learning-electronic Training

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1:4, National Immunization Survey Report

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1:4, National Immunization Survey Report

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1:4, National Immunization Survey Report

New Mexico-Indicator-Based Information System is your source for data and information on New Mexico's priority public health issues. It provides access to the data that can help provide answers to realize the health goals of New Mexico. This page focuses on the Childhood Immunization Coverage, National Immunization Survey Report.

Contradictions and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines in Adults

Contradictions and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines in Adults

Contradictions and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines in Adults

Provides comprehensive information about vaccine safety for adults.

Coughing & Sneezing Etiquette

Coughing & Sneezing Etiquette

Coughing & Sneezing Etiquette

Hygiene etiquette involves practices that prevent the spread of illness and disease. A critical time to practice good hygiene etiquette is when you are sick, especially when coughing or sneezing. This website describes coughing & sneezing etiquette.

Easy-to-Read Immunization Schedules for Infants and Children Age 0-6 Years

Easy-to-Read Immunization Schedules for Infants and Children Age 0-6 Years

Easy-to-Read Immunization Schedules for Infants and Children Age 0-6 Years

The recommended immunization schedule is designed to protect infants and children early in life, when they are most vulnerable and before they are exposed to potentially life-threatening diseases.

Easy-to-Read Immunization Schedules for Preteens and Teens Age 7-18 Years

Easy-to-Read Immunization Schedules for Preteens and Teens Age 7-18 Years

Easy-to-Read Immunization Schedules for Preteens and Teens Age 7-18 Years

The recommended immunization schedules list the age or age range when each vaccine or series of shots is recommended.

Evidence Shows Vaccines Unrelated to Autism

Evidence Shows Vaccines Unrelated to Autism

Evidence Shows Vaccines Unrelated to Autism

Claims that vaccines cause autism have led some parents to delay or refuse vaccines for their children. Many studies have been done to test these claims. None has shown that vaccines cause autism. This sheet lays out the facts to help parents understand why experts do not think vaccines cause autism.

EZIZ

EZIZ

EZIZ

A one-stop shop for immunization training and resources.

Flu Information for Parents with Young Children

Flu Information for Parents with Young Children

Flu Information for Parents with Young Children

Flu is more dangerous than the common cold for children. Each year flu places a large burden on the health and well-being of children and their families. Annual influenza vaccination is the best method for preventing flu and its potentially severe complications in children.

Flu Information for People 65 Years and Older

Flu Information for People 65 Years and Older

Flu Information for People 65 Years and Older

It has been recognized for many years that people 65 years and older are at greater risk of serious complications from the flu compared with young, healthy adults because human immune defenses become weaker with age. While flu seasons can vary in severity, during most seasons, people 65 years and older bear the greatest burden of severe flu disease. In recent years, for example, it’s estimated that between 80 percent and 90 percent of seasonal flu-related deaths have occurred in people 65 years and older and between 50 percent and 70 percent of seasonal flu-related hospitalizations have occurred among people in that age group. So influenza is often quite serious for people 65 and older.

Frequently Asked Questions About Vaccines & Immunizations

Frequently Asked Questions About Vaccines & Immunizations

Frequently Asked Questions About Vaccines & Immunizations

This page on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention covers basic information and common questions regarding vaccines and immunizations.

Gatekeeper Training

Gatekeeper Training

Gatekeeper Training

Gatekeeper Training

Global Influenza Programme

Global Influenza Programme

Global Influenza Programme

Provides member states with strategic guidance, technical support and coordination of activities essential to make their health systems better prepared against seasonal, zoonotic and pandemic influenza threats to populations and individuals.

Global Travel Clinic Directory

Global Travel Clinic Directory

Global Travel Clinic Directory

Directory of travel clinics that will administer vaccinations or dispense prophylactic medications for travelers.

Got Shots?

Got Shots?

Got Shots?

Provides opportunities for children to stay up-to-date on their immunizations. Participating providers open their doors for any child who presents for immunizations, regardless of whether he/she is a patient or whether he/she has insurance.

Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Recommendations

Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Recommendations

Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Recommendations

This publication provides both brief and detailed recommendations that healthcare personnel can use for administering various vaccinations to their patients.

HealthMap Vaccine Finder

HealthMap Vaccine Finder

HealthMap Vaccine Finder

HealthMap Vaccine Finder is a free, online service where users can search for locations that offer immunizations. We work with partners such as clinics, pharmacies, and health departments to provide accurate and up-to-date information about vaccination services. Our goal is to make it simple for users to find a place to be immunized.

Immunization Action Coalition

Immunization Action Coalition

Immunization Action Coalition

The Immunization Action Coalition website is the nation’s premier source of child, teen, and adult immunization information for health professionals and their patients.

Immunization of Healthcare Personnel

Immunization of Healthcare Personnel

Immunization of Healthcare Personnel

This report updates the previously published summary of recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the Healthcare (formerly Hospital) Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee for vaccinating health-care personnel in the United States.

Immunization Requirements for UNM Students

Immunization Requirements for UNM Students

Immunization Requirements for UNM Students

Immunization requirements for University of New Mexico students.

Immunizations Among American Indian and Alaska Native People: Challenges & Successes

Immunizations Among American Indian and Alaska Native People: Challenges & Successes

Immunizations Among American Indian and Alaska Native People: Challenges & Successes

This is a webinar about immunizations among American Indian and Alaska Native people.

Influenza Infection Control Guidance for First Responders

Influenza Infection Control Guidance for First Responders

Influenza Infection Control Guidance for First Responders

This page on the Minnesota Department of Health website focusing on Infection Control Guidance for EMS, First Responders, Fire, and Law Enforcement: specifically Influenza.

Influenza Information

Influenza Information

Influenza Information

The focus of this Center for Disease Control and Prevention webpage is Influenza (basic information, treatments, tools, and resources).

Influenza Vaccination Information for Health Care Workers

Influenza Vaccination Information for Health Care Workers

Influenza Vaccination Information for Health Care Workers

The focus of this Center for Disease Control and Prevention webpage is Influenza Vaccination Information for health care workers (basic information, recommendations, and other related resources).

Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

The information found on this New Mexico Indicator Based Information System page focuses on Influenza Vaccination, adults age 65+. Listed are important facts, data views by year, related indicators, and other related resources and links.

Information for Schools & Childcare Providers

Information for Schools & Childcare Providers

Information for Schools & Childcare Providers

The focus of this Center for Disease Control and Prevention webpage is Influenza (flu) information for schools and childcare providers.

International Society of Travel Medicine

International Society of Travel Medicine

International Society of Travel Medicine

Committed to the promotion of healthy and safe travel. In cooperation with health care providers, academic centers, the travel industry and the media, ISTM advocates and facilitates education, service, and research activities in the field of travel medicine.

Key Facts About Seasonal Flu Vaccination

Key Facts About Seasonal Flu Vaccination

Key Facts About Seasonal Flu Vaccination

Flu vaccines cause antibodies to develop in the body about two weeks after vaccination. These antibodies provide protection against infection with the viruses that are in the vaccine. This website explains key facts about seasonal flu vaccination.

Life-Saving Hepatitis B Vaccine

Life-Saving Hepatitis B Vaccine

Life-Saving Hepatitis B Vaccine

There is a very important vaccine that all mothers and pregnant women should know about. Babies need to receive the vaccine for Hepatitis B on the first day of life, and it's important that they receive this vaccine on time for disease protection.

Memorial Medical Center

Memorial Medical Center

Memorial Medical Center

The Department of Health will be offering a Free Seasonal Flu Immunization Clinic at Memorial Medical Center. Every adult can benefit from the flu vaccine, but diabetics, individuals with chronic health conditions, adults over age 55, parents of small children, and healthcare workers should make an extra effort to get their flu immunization.

MMR Vaccine Does Not Cause Autism

MMR Vaccine Does Not Cause Autism

MMR Vaccine Does Not Cause Autism

This handout available on the Immunization Action Coalition website describes how more than 20 articles refute a connection between the Mumps Measles Rubella vaccine and the development of autism.

National HPV Vaccination Learning Collaborative

National HPV Vaccination Learning Collaborative

National HPV Vaccination Learning Collaborative

This is a nationwide quality improvement project to improve adolescent human papillomavirus immunization rates. By joining you can earn credit towards professional certifications including MC-FP credit for 1 Part IV module or 20 Part IV points and up to 20 Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education credits from the AAFP.

National Immunization Survey

National Immunization Survey

National Immunization Survey

The NIS is a list-assisted random-digit-dialing telephone survey followed by a mailed survey to children’s immunization providers that began data collection in April 1994 to monitor childhood immunization coverage.

National Influenza Vaccination Week

National Influenza Vaccination Week

National Influenza Vaccination Week

This page on the Center for Disease Control website contains information about national awareness week focused on highlighting the importance of influenza vaccination.

Need Help Responding to Vaccine-Hesitant Parents?

Need Help Responding to Vaccine-Hesitant Parents?

Need Help Responding to Vaccine-Hesitant Parents?

This handout available on the Immunization Action Coalition website offers information from several respected organizations about vaccinating children and offers guidance for dealing with parents and caretakers.

New Mexico Immunization Coalition

New Mexico Immunization Coalition

New Mexico Immunization Coalition

A statewide public/private partnership committed to improving New Mexico's immunization rates. The vision is to achieve and sustain full and timely immunization protection for all people in New Mexico.

New Mexico Primary Care Association

New Mexico Primary Care Association

New Mexico Primary Care Association

Promotes the advancement of high quality primary health care services that are financially and geographically accessible, culturally competent, and responsive to the communities being served.

NMAC 7.5.4

NMAC 7.5.4

NMAC 7.5.4

Vaccine Purchasing Fund

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

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