The AIM Bull's-Eye Award for Innovation and Excellence in Immunization is presented to a state, territorial or local (grantee) immunization program in recognition of an outstanding immunization initiative.
The award recognizes immunization strategies that "hit their mark," achieving goals and increasing awareness by encouraging replication in other programs. Three Bull's-Eye Awards will be presented at the next Immunization Program Managers Meeting.
AIM Bull's-Eye Award Nominations for 2018
Nomination and Selection Process
2017 Winners Announced!
The 2017 winners of the Bull’s-Eye Awards are the California, Tennessee and Washington State Immunization Programs!
(From left to right: Michele Roberts and Janel Jorgenson (WA); Kelly Moore (TN); Sarah Royce (CA)).
Click here for the 2017 AIM Press Release
Archive of Awards: 2016, 2015, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009
Winner!California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch: Local Health Department-Based Interventions to Reduce Conditional Entrants in California Schools. Nomination Narrative
Winner! Tennessee Immunization Program: The Tennessee Immunization Program 3-Star Report: Using Audit and Feedback to Reduce Missed Opportunities for Preteen Immunization in Local Public Health Clinics. Nomination Narrative
Winner! Washington State Department of Health, Office of Immunization and Child Profile for the initiative “#beHepBfree” - Hepatitis B Social Media Awareness Campaign. Nomination Narrative. Nomination Narrative