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- 2015 Child, Adolescent, and Adult Immunization Schedules - Schedules include: Childhood Schedule (birth to 6 years old), Adolescent Schedule (7 to 18 years old), Adult Schedule (19 years and older), and Catch-up Versions
- American Academy of Pediatrics: Immunization - Provides a directory of national AAP immunization activities and contact information to assist pediatricians and healthcare professionals in answering immunization related questions. Immunization information for parents and clinicians provided.
- CDC National Immunization Program (NIP) - A disease-prevention program, NIP provides leadership for the planning, coordination, and conduct of immunization activities nationwide.
- Catch-Up Immunization Scheduler - Tool determines the vaccines a child six years or younger needs and is especially useful for quickly seeing missed or skipped vaccines according to the Immunization Schedule.
- Children in Child Care: What Shots Do They Need? - This handout from the NC Immunization Branch in the Women's and Children's Health Section of the Division of Public Health, Department of Health and Human Services summarizes the immunizations required for children in early care and education settings in NC.
- Immunize NC! - The North Carolina Immunization Branch promotes public health through the identification and elimination of vaccine-preventable diseases like polio, hepatitis B, measles, chickenpox, whooping cough, rubella (German measles), and mumps. Immunization requirements for child care and school entry provided.
- Vaccinations for Adults ~Never Too Old to Get Immunized! - Flyer from the Immunization Action Coalition outlines vaccinations that adults may need - and why.
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