AIM Bull's-Eye Nominations Now Open!
The nomination period is Nov. 16th – Dec. 11th. Please click here to read about the submission process, and click here to access the nomination submission form.
2015 Winners Announced!
The 2015 winners of the Bull’s-Eye Awards are the Illinois, New Jersey and Nevada 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: Carol Finley (IL), Karissa Loper (NV) and Steven Bors (NJ). Each with AIM Chair Pejman Talebian)
Click here for the 2015 AIM Press Release
Archive of Awards: 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009
Winner! The Illinois Immunization Program developed vaccine ordering and accountability enhancements to allow providers to easily order and manage vaccines online and to increase efficiency for staff to review and approve publicly funded vaccine orders. Nomination Narrative
Winner!The New Jersey Immunization Program developed an awareness campaign for adolescent immunization, “Protect Me with 3+,” that included a video contest, a website and social media emphasizing the importance of receiving recommended vaccinations. Nomination Narrative
Winner! The Nevada State Immunization Program provided temperature monitoring devices to providers enrolled in the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. The digital data loggers continuously monitor and record temperatures in the refrigerators storing vaccine, alerting providers to potential storage malfunctions and assuring vaccine stability. Nomination Narrative
The Kentucky Immunization Program developed the Annual School Immunization Survey Report to help identify successes and areas for improvement in immunization rates to increase immunization rates. Nomination Narrative