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2013 AIM Bull’s-Eye Award Winners: Tennessee, California and Minnesota

Monday, March 10, 2014  
Posted by: Katelyn Wells
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The AIM Bull’s-Eye Award recognizes innovation and excellence in immunization programming, honoring strategies that "hit their mark" by achieving goals and encouraging replication in other programs.  

 

2013 Winners:

 

The Tennessee Immunization Program Immunization Certificate Validation Tool (ICVT).  The Tennessee Immunization Program used its immunization registry, the Tennessee Web Immunization System, to validate completion of school entry requirements without requiring a physician signature.  Nomination Narrative  

 

The California Department of Health, Immunization Program developed its own custom training for Vaccines for Children (VFC) physicians and their medical assistants to meet new federal requirements for vaccine storage and handling. Nomination Narrative   

 

The Minnesota Department of Health Diverse Media Project used print, online and radio media to target Minnesota’s diverse populations with culturally appropriate health messages and ads on influenza, hepatitis B, measles, international travel, pertussis/Tdap, and infant, adolescent and adult immunizations. Nomination Narrative  

 

2013 Nominees:

 

Click here  to read more innovative strategies from this year’s nominees:  Arkansas, Minnesota, Texas, Washington, Oregon, Colorado, and Tennessee.



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