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The Bull's-Eye Award for Innovation and Excellence in Immunization

AIM Bull's-Eye Award Nominations for 2017

Nominations are now accepted all year long!

   Please click here to read about the submission process, and click here to access the nomination submission form. 


2016 Winners Announced!

 The 2016 winners of the Bull’s-Eye Awards are the Michigan, Colorado and New York City Immunization Programs! 

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. 


    

(From left to right: Bob Swanson (MI), Heather Roth (CO) and Jane R. Zucker, MD (NYC). 

Click here for the 2016 AIM Press Release

Archive of Awards: 2015201320122011, 2010, 2009

Winner! Michigan Division of Immunization: Michigan’s College and University Flu Vaccination Challenge to Raise Young Adult Flu Immunization Rates.  The purpose of this initiative was to increase flu immunization rates among college-aged young adults in Michigan and create a competitive atmosphere between colleges to increase influenza vaccination rates. Nomination Narrative

Winner! New York City Department of Health Bureau of Immunization for their initiative Use of social media to promote awareness during a mumps outbreak in New York City.  The purpose of this initiative was to use social media for advertising during an outbreak of mumps to increase community awareness about the outbreak and to educate the public regarding control measures. Nomination Narrative

Winner! Colorado Immunization Branch: No Pain, No Gain: Using Quality Improvement Processes to Improve Onboarding Efficiency.  The goal of this initiative was to identify ways to improve the cycle time for IIS interface implementation. Nomination Narrative 

 



 

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