AIM Supports the Nation's Public Health Immunization Leaders
The Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) is dedicated to establishing a nation free of vaccine-preventable disease. AIM members are the leaders of state, local, and territorial immunization programs—directing the public health efforts designed to keep children and adults vaccinated and protected against disease. Since 1999, AIM has provided a national voice for immunization programs and a forum for program managers to learn from each other, confront challenges, and achieve success. Since its inception, AIM has gathered and shared information with its members on policy implementation, legislative issues, programmatic successes, and more.
AIM is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to:
- Working with its partners nationwide to reduce, eliminate, or eradicate vaccine-preventable diseases
- Promoting adequate and efficient allocation of resources to immunization efforts
- Promoting development and implementation of sound immunization policies and programs
- Providing a forum for development and dissemination of information about effective immunization programs among its members
AIM Policies and Principles
- AIM Conflict of Interest Policy (PDF)
- AIM Advocacy Policy (PDF)
- AIM Governance Policy (PDF)
- Policy on AIM Acceptance of Funds (PDF)
- Immunization Program and Emergency Preparedness Program Pandemic Preparedness Collaboration Principles (PDF)
- AIM General Principles – Access to Vaccines (PDF)
- AIM General Principles – Vaccine Financing (PDF)
- Section 317 Funding Awards – CDC/AIM Collaboration Principles (PDF)
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