Program Practice Database

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  • Bull's-Eye Award

    The Bulls-Eye Award for Innovation and Excellence in Immunization recognizes immunization strategies that “hit their mark” and achieve immunization goals with special consideration for practices that are innovative and easily replicated. Each year, AIM awards three programs the Bull’s-Eye Award.
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    Sharing your best practices help other program managers overcome challenges they face in their work. See what AIM members have been up to and submit a program practice that works in the form above. Examples of these resources include infographics, fact sheets, newspaper articles, partnership tools, marketing materials, vendors, and other resources that program managers can use.

    California: Combatting Misinformation Through a WhatsApp Chatbot

    The California Department of Public Health utilized WhatsApp to reach Latino communities with correct information about COVID-19 vaccination.

    Connecticut: Mobile Vaccination Clinics

    The Connecticut Department of Public Health implemented a mobile clinic program for two years to increase COVID-19 vaccine uptake in Connecticut communities.

    Minnesota: Non-Traditional Minnesota Vaccination Locations

    The Minnesota Department of Health utilized child-centric locations to host COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

    Mississippi: COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program (CCVP)

    The Mississippi State Department of Health sought to address vaccination barriers by identifying “vaccine deserts” and targeting populations in these locations.

    Massachusetts: Provider-Parent Communication Intervention

    Researchers at the University of Massachusetts developed an intervention to help healthcare providers communicate with parents on vaccinating against COVID-19.

    Minnesota: Gift Cards and College Scholarships for Child Vaccination

    The Kids Deserve a Shot program was expanded to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates in children ages 5 to 11.
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