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Author: DHA-IHB
The success of military vaccine programs depends heavily on vaccinators understanding, following, and implementing proper vaccine storage and handling practices to ensure vaccine potency and stability. Military and civilian medical staff that administer immunizations in clinics, medical homes, and other facilities play a critical role in improving the health of Service members and beneficiaries. The purpose of this document is to assist immunization clinics and other healthcare facilities to properly store and handle vaccines.
A Mercury article on how the Continuous Quality Immunization Improvement Process (CQIIP) helps military treatment facilities assess their compliance with the eight immunization standards.
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Mrs. Laurie Duran, CRNP-Adult, Regional Nurse Practitioner of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Immunizations Regional Office at Naval Medical Center San Diego, provides a brief on the "Immunization Healthcare Support Center: Most Frequently Asked Questions." (Recorded on 30 Sep 2015)
Safety Review PDF 01 Jan 15
Detailed Safety Review of Anthrax Vaccine Adsorbed
Brochure explaining smallpox vaccine and the Smallpox Vaccination Program
Topics: The serogroup B meningococcal vaccine: Who should get it?; The 9-valent HPV vaccine: New recommendations; The measles epidemic: A turning point?
Discussion of the unique challenges of meningococcal disease, new ACIP recommendations for serogroup B vaccine use, and considerations for future recommendations.
Federal Employees Health Benefits; Office of Personnel Management
A Mercury article on how the Continuous Quality Immunization Improvement Process (CQIIP) helps military treatment facilities assess their compliance with the eight immunization standards.
Author: DHA-IHB
The success of military vaccine programs depends heavily on vaccinators understanding, following, and implementing proper vaccine storage and handling practices to ensure vaccine potency and stability. Military and civilian medical staff that administer immunizations in clinics, medical homes, and other facilities play a critical role in improving the health of Service members and beneficiaries. The purpose of this document is to assist immunization clinics and other healthcare facilities to properly store and handle vaccines.
Guidance for Proper Storage and Handling of Vaccines
CDC Pink Book, Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (April 2011), 12th Edition
Federal Employees Health Benefits; Office of Personnel Management
Brochure explaining smallpox vaccine and the Smallpox Vaccination Program
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Vaccine Information Statement