Immunization partners planning session

Working together to achieve success

AIM is proud to partner and support nonprofits and academic institutions, community groups, public health agencies, government, and corporate allies in the private sector to help achieve AIM’s mission of ridding the nation of vaccine-preventable disease.

AIM’s collaboration with partners on initiatives ensures the important perspectives and experience of AIM’s program managers are represented to help formulate sound national immunization policy.

Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) is a national program to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities administered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). AIM is partnering with CDC to engage and support community organizations in their efforts to increase flu and COVID-19 vaccination in communities of color.

CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) provides advice and guidance on effective control of vaccine-preventable diseases in the U.S. civilian population. ACIP has work groups to help in the review of data and development of CDC recommendations. AIM members participate in work groups to represent health department immunization program needs and experience.

National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) makes recommendations to the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about the prevention of human infectious diseases through vaccine development and preventing adverse reactions to vaccines. The AIM liaison to NVAC participates as a non-voting member to represent immunization program managers’ viewpoint.

Partnership News

COVID-19 Vaccine Education Resources
AIM, NACCHO, and Johns Hopkins University developed a list of resources from trusted sources to assist in improving health equity & COVID-19 vaccination rates.
Infographic: How to Support a Fully-Considered Decision About COVID-19 Vaccination in African American, Latinx, and Native American Communities
Learn how you can support decision-making in individuals and consider if, and when a COVID-19 vaccination might be right for them with this infographic.
Infographic: How to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Decisions in Native American Communities

Infographic summarizing findings from Understanding Diverse Communities and Supporting Equitable and Informed COVID-19 Vaccination Decision-Making.…

Infographic: How to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Decisions in Latinx Communities

Infographic summarizing findings from Understanding Diverse Communities and Supporting Equitable and Informed COVID-19 Vaccination Decision-Making.…

Infographic: How to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Decisions in African American Communities

Infographic summarizing findings from Understanding Diverse Communities and Supporting Equitable and Informed COVID-19 Vaccination Decision-Making.…

AIM Receives the 2022 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of School Nurses

AIM is honored to receive the 2022 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of…

FAQs on Flu Disease
This e-learning module was developed by the iREACH team to provide a suite of materials containing comprehensive information on flu disease and flu vaccine.
FAQs on Co-Messaging: Flu and COVID-19 Vaccines
This e-learning module was developed by the iREACH team to provide a suite of materials containing comprehensive information on flu disease and flu vaccine.

For More Information

Contact Mackenzie Melton, AIM Outreach and Education Manager, to learn more about partnering with AIM on educational efforts and policy activities.

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