Explore materials written and developed by AIM staff and subject matter experts.
AIM supports our nation’s public health professionals by providing high quality resources that support immunization programs. Explore our collection of AIM-authored fact sheets, position statements, toolkits, and more. Each of the items in this collection has been developed by AIM for our members and partners.
In addition to the AIM publications featured below, visit our Resource Library for additional co-authored or non-AIM authored materials.
Check Lists & Tip Sheets
These tools help guide collaboration and visualize project goals for immunization programs.
Connecting the Dots
These documents collect information and links to outside resources on specific topics that are important for program managers.
These helpful summaries focus on specific immunization topics.
These resources provide answers for frequently asked questions.
These resources graphically visualize information and concepts.
Official Letters & Comments
These resources provide AIM commentary on various issues.
Public Comment: July 22, 2021 ACIP Emergency Meeting
Since the beginning of pandemic, immunization program managers have been working long days, nights, and weekends to address the many challenges of vaccinating the nation. The success and impact of this vaccine campaign are nothing short of miraculous.
Public Comments: January 27, 2021 ACIP Emergency Meeting
The key to COVID vaccination success moving forward is increased supply, increased transparency and communication, and most importantly, increased collaboration. Federal, state and local public health must work together, not in competition, united by the same vision and goals.
Comments on Healthy People 2030 Proposed Objectives
AIM has strong concerns about the overall reduction in Healthy People (HP) objectives from 2020 to 2030 related to increasing and/or maintaining immunization rates in children and adults. Healthy People 2020 included 31 objectives and sub-objectives specifically for immunization.
Letter to CMS Supporting Immunization Quality Measures
Medicare Program; Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment Systems for Acute Care Hospitals and Long-Term Care Hospital Prospective Payment System and Proposed Fiscal Year 2014 Rates; Quality Reporting Requirements for Specific Providers; Hospital Conditions of Participation [CMS-1599-P]
Policy Position Statements
These resources provide AIM positions on various policy initiatives and issues.
AIM Position Statement on School and Child Care Immunization Requirements
School and child care immunization requirements are effective public health tools for increasing immunization coverage in children, preventing vaccine-preventable disease, and preventing transmission of disease in school and child care settings.
This member-exclusive quarterly newsletter features immunization topics/issues and success stories from various jurisdictions. To view these newsletters, you must be logged in to the AIM website.
These resources provide findings on multiple projects.
These comprehensive guides feature larger collections of relevant materials on specific vaccination topics.
Round Table & Listening Sessions
These resources host key takeaways from AIM-led discussions.
These resources provide fast facts on surveys conducted by AIM.
These helpful guides assist immunization programs’ messaging and communication with communities, leadership, and/or media.
Myocarditis and the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines
This talking points document was developed by iREACH Subject Matter Experts Dr. Yabo Beysolow and Lisa Jacques-Carroll to provide information on the few cases of myocarditis reported in individuals who received the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
These customizable materials can be used by members and partners to communicate with their audiences.
These resources provide helpful, implementable insights.
These resources are comprehensive collections of materials members and partners can use to communicate on specific public health topics. Materials will include best practices and messages for outreaching to various relevant audiences.
These resources provide an overview of findings from focus groups, etc., and explore recommendations for next steps on a specific immunization issue.