VNAA - Visiting Nurse Associations of America

Immunization Resource Center

As community immunizers, VNAs provide a key public health service through a wide range of activities, such as conducting flu and travel health clinics, serve as front line responders for pandemic outbreaks, and provide public education/wellness clinics regarding the safety and efficacy of vaccinations. VNAA supports its member agencies through national contracting to reduce the cost of delivering flu vaccinations, education and telecons/Webinars on best practices for delivering vaccinations, and partnering with other national health organizations to deliver a unified message on the importance of immunizing all segments of the population.

Flu Immunization Billing

Flu Billing Resources
(Jan 2011)
Need help and clarification on flu immunization billing questions? Learn more...

H1N1 Influenza Information

H1N1 Flu Resources:

Causes, symptoms, prevention tips and more to stay healthy! Learn more...

Central Vaccine Recovery Program
A federally-coordinated program to recover unused and expired 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine from those providers...Learn more.

Find a Flu Clinic

Get vaccinated this year - search for an flu clinic near you in the VNAA's listing of flu clinics. Search now!

VNAA Immunization Listserv

Communicate and share ideas with other VNAA members on immunization and influenza topics. Join Now!

Pandemic Influenza Preparation Guide

First distributed via printed copy to members in 2007 this guide was created in response to the avian influenza outbreak at that time. It is no longer available in print, but many of the guidelines are timeless pandemic preparedness recommendations applicable today. Online access to the guide is for informational purposes only. When you access and/or download the guide, you agree to utilize the tool as such and accept full responsibility in updating the guide as needed to maintain compliance with local, state and federal regulatory entities as well as accreditation bodies. Duplication and distribution of the guide is prohibited. Download now!

Travel Health

Consults & Vaccine Clinics
VNAs have a new niche market opportunity while meeting an unmet public health need.

Immunization E-Libraries
Resources, abstracts, state laws, recommendations, case histories, photos, etc.
  • General Immunization Resources

  • Diseases/Vaccines

  • Vaccine Safety

  • Topics of Interest

    Seasonal Influenza Information

    Seasonal Flu Resources
    Causes, symptoms, prevention tips, ACIP recommendations, children and pregnant women guidelines and more to stay healthy! Learn more...

    2012-2013 Vaccine Virus Selection for Influenza
    On February 23, 2012 the WHO recommended that the Northern Hemisphere's 2012-2013 seasonal influenza vaccine be made from three vaccine viruses. Learn more.

    Say "Boo!" to the Flu
    VNAA, Families Fighting Flu and The Clorox Company teamed up again for a national campaign to increase children vaccinations nationwide. Learn more...

    Flu Questions
    Flu-related questions? Email [email protected].

    National Foundation for Infection Diseases
    Clinicians get immunization questions answered here. Also, get up-to-date information on flu, meningitis, pertussis, tetanus, diphtheria, pneumococcal, shingles, rotavirus, cryptosporidium and more. Learn more...

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Preteens and Teens Still Need Vaccines
    As kids get older, protection from some childhood vaccines begins to wear off. Plus, older kids can also develop risks for other diseases. Health check-ups and sports or camp physicals can be a good opportunity for your preteens and teens to get the recommended vaccines. Learn more.

    2011-2012 Recommended Immunizations for:

    ACIP Recommendations - 2011-2012

    Information and resources
    Find out the latest recommendations from the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP)


    Provisional Recommendations
    CDC's provisional recommendations for use of Tdap in Healthcare Personnel - April 2011

    Hepatitis A - Prevention and More

    Information and resources
    Background, transmission, vaccination and information on who should be vaccinated.

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