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What You Need to Know About Anthrax Vaccine
Author: Military Vaccine Agency
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.

Proper vaccine storage and handling practices play a very important role in protecting individuals and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases.

Vaccine quality is the shared responsibility of everyone, from the time vaccine is manufactured until it is administered.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Abstracted from recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
Did You Receive the Anthrax Vaccine While Pregnant?
Military Vaccine Agency - Vaccine Healthcare Centers Network
Safety Review PDF 01 Jan 12
Detailed Safety Review of Anthrax Vaccine Adsorbed
EpiPen® and EpiPen Jr® Auto-Injectors (0.3 and 0.15 mg epinephrine) are for the emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) caused by allergens, exercise, or unknown triggers; and for patients who are at increased risk for these reactions.
Vaccine Healthcare Centers Network
Did You Receive the Smallpox Vaccine While Pregnant?
What You Need to Know About Anthrax Vaccine
Brochure explaining smallpox vaccine and the Smallpox Vaccination Program
Did You Receive the Anthrax Vaccine While Pregnant?
Brochure highlighting immunization training opportunities
Somebody in Your Household Just Got Vaccinated Against Smallpox: What should you do?
Did You Receive the Smallpox Vaccine While Pregnant?
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Abstracted from recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
Military Vaccine Agency
FluVaxView 21 Sep 11
CDC
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention; Division of Tuberculosis Elimination
Blueprint for Success
MILVAX Webcast by Dr. Geoffrey Evans on 15 Jul 2010
Author: Paul A. Offit, MD
Keynote Speaker Presentation, as presented at the MILVAX Annual Refresher 16 JUN 2010
CQIIP Tool PDF 15 May 12
The MILVAX Continuous Quality Immunization Improvement Process (CQIIP) tool will provide immunization personnel with a quality control tool to assess the immunization process and ensure compliance with the eight Standards for Military Immunizations as outlined in the Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Instruction and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Immunization Recommendations
MILVAX Instruction Guide for completing the Continuous Quality Immunization Improvement Process (CQIIP) Tool
Brochure highlighting immunization training opportunities
Military Vaccine Agency
Author: Military Vaccine Agency
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.
Staff can easily confuse the vaccines within the storage unit. Labeling the bin where the vaccine is stored can help staff quickly locate and choose the correct product – perhaps preventing a vaccine administration error.

Proper vaccine storage and handling practices play a very important role in protecting individuals and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases.

Vaccine quality is the shared responsibility of everyone, from the time vaccine is manufactured until it is administered.

Brochure explaining smallpox vaccine and the Smallpox Vaccination Program
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Author: Military Vaccine Agency
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.
Video Instructions, produced by MILVAX, length (3:14)
EpiPen® and EpiPen Jr® Auto-Injectors (0.3 and 0.15 mg epinephrine) are for the emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) caused by allergens, exercise, or unknown triggers; and for patients who are at increased risk for these reactions.
Sanofi Pasteur
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Vaccine Information Statement