The [email protected] program published two resources to provide a visual that represents the historical journey of the measles vaccine, while answering common questions about how vaccines are created, their importance, and the implications of not getting inoculated.
GWU: A History of Measles in the United States
Aluminum Adjuvants Talking Points
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.
Connecting the Dots: Vaccine Confidence
The Vaccine Confidence Connecting the Dots guide offers vaccine confidence resources for various target populations.
Translating Vaccine Confidence Research into Practice
The Translating Vaccine Confidence Research into Practice webinar provided immunization programs tools to help increase vaccine confidence in their communities.