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Help Traveling Flu Bug on the Journey to #FightFlu!

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Don't Hesitate...

Share these graphics on social media to help spread the word about the importance of annual flu vaccination

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Is Your Child Protected from the Flu?

Influenza is a serious disease. It’s important to help protect yourself and your children by making sure you all get vaccinated annually

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Flu Fighter Coloring Book

Are You a Flu Fighter? Coloring Book

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Pregnancy and Influenza

Immunization is the best and safest way for pregnant women to protect themselves, their developing babies, and newborns from influenza

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Sample Social Media Calendar

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Flu Care in Day Care: The Impact of Vaccination Requirements (January 2015)
NFID report on lessons learned and strategies in program implementation

CIIC Reports
CIIC reports highlight the need to increase immunization rates among children of all ages and outline strategies to improve immunization rates as well as future challenges for the immunization community to address

"Flu Funnies" Videos
Humorous videos show some of the extreme measures parents might take to protect their children from seasonal influenza, and how easy a simple vaccination is in comparison

Influenza Video
This short video features experts in public health, medical, patient, and parent groups speaking about the seriousness of influenza and importance of annual vaccination.


Recommended Immunization Schedule for Persons Age 0 through 18 Years

Medical Office Telephone Evaluation of Patients with Possible Influenza
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Flowchart to help medical office staff identify when to initiate antiviral treatment

Recommended Immunization Catch-Up Schedule

Recommended Immunization Schedule for Persons Age 0 through 18 Years
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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  • Tips for Having Positive Conversations with Parents about the Flu Vaccine
  • NFID Signs CDC Dear Colleague Letter for 2017-2018 Influenza Season
  • NFID Survey on Public Perceptions of Flu