Vaccines include ingredients to help them do their work. Each ingredient used to make a vaccine has a specific purpose. Certain ingredients, just like preservatives in foods, help keep vaccines safe from contamination and toxins that could make us sick.
AIM hosted the Annual Influenza Update and Communications Training webinar on September 20, 2022, and discussed what to expect this upcoming influenza season.
Learn more about the two new Omicron (bivalent) vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna, which were recently authorized to be used as booster doses to help protect against the Omicron variants of the virus that causes COVID-19.
As the "new kid on the block," Heather Burris shares her learnings and challenges from her freshman year of being an immunization manager in episode three.
View the session descriptions, presentations, and supplemental materials from the 2022 AIM Leadership in Action Conference.
The Vaccine Confidence Connecting the Dots guide offers vaccine confidence resources for various target populations.
The Translating Vaccine Confidence Research into Practice webinar provided immunization programs tools to help increase vaccine confidence in their communities.
AIM developed four reminder/recall postcard templates for COVID-19 vaccine as part of the Vaccine Access and Training (VAT) project.
This talking points document was developed by the iREACH Subject Matter Experts to provide information and resources on long COVID-19.
This COVID-19 Test to Treat handout was developed by iREACH Subject Matter Experts Dr. Yabo Beysolow and Lisa Jacques-Carroll to provide information on the Test to Treat program for COVID-19 disease.