There's little that can come close in terms of adult immunization
Public health burden of vaccine-preventable diseases among adults: standards for adult immunization
For further guidance on the use of vaccines in the adult immunization
schedule, health care providers should refer to the full ACIP recommendations at https://www.cdc.gov/ vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/index.html.
Busting barriers: Improving adult immunization
We recommend keeping a copy of the Adult Immunization
Schedule (age >19) and/or the immunization schedule for children and adolescents (age <18) close for quick reference.
According to 2014 data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, little has changed in the adult immunization
rate since 2010.
Recommendations from the National Vaccine Advisory committee: standards for adult immunization
(2010) A global prescription for adult immunization
: time is catching us up.
rates will not be increased until the fundamental lack of awareness about the benefits of vaccinations and failure of individuals and health practitioners to adhere to research based recommendations about vaccines are addressed.
Other activities will be conducting celebratory events in primary healthcare centres and private health facilities, organising a ceremony workshop that will include representatives from all stakeholders' institutions, enhancement of the Adults Immunization Programme, and develop and distribute adult immunization
schedule card for public.
The American College of Physicians (ACP) recently approved a policy recommendation that all health care providers be immunized against influenza; diphtheria; hepatitis B; measles, mumps and rubella; pertussis (whooping cough); and varicella (chickenpox) according to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Adult Immunization
Recommended Adult Immunization
Schedule: United States, 2012.