Influenza Resources

Visit ACOG's Immunization Newsletter for monthly flu updates from ACOG!

Influenza (Flu) Resources from ACOG:

Influenza (Flu) Resources from the CDC:

  • Send a CDC E-Card to your patients reminding them of the importance of being vaccinated against seasonal influenza.

  • Flu Print Materials for providers including messaging to address flu recommendations from CDC. All materials are free for download.

Influenza (Flu) Resources from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID):

The Dangers of Influenza (Flu): Why Adults with Chronic Health Conditions Need to Get Vaccinated, infographics that provide an overview of the burden of flu in adults with chronic health conditions, with space for partner organizations to co-brand and include their own logo. The infographics can be used as posters and/or shared on websites and via social media. Consumer/patient version available at: www.nfid.org/idinfo/influenza/flu-chc-download-patient-infographic

Addressing the Challenges of Influenza Vaccination on US College Campuses, A Report by NFID

College students, living in close quarters and often juggling overloaded schedules, are largely unaware of their vulnerability to influenza viruses. On US college campuses, flu vaccination rates remain strikingly low, hovering between eight and 39 percent and falling dramatically short of target recommendations. Students often overlook the importance of, or face barriers to, taking preventive measures such as an annual flu vaccination.

Call to Action: The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) has drafted "Improving Vaccination Rates in Pregnant Women: Timely intervention-lasting benefits," in partnership with ACOG, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

Call to Action: Reinvigorating Influenza Prevention in US Adults Age 65 Years and Older

 NFID : Flu in Adults Age 65 Years and Older: What Are the Risks? Infographic

 

 Updated 5/31/18

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