• CDC changes vaccine storage requirements for all VFC providers

    Beginning Jan. 1, all Vaccines for Children (VFC) program providers must comply with new requirements for vaccine storage issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

  • CDC Viral Hepatitis Updates

    Progress Toward Viral Hepatitis Elimination in the United States The progress report shows how the nation is doing in reducing the burden of hepatitis A virus (HAV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections. Read More Here.

  • Failure to vaccinate is likely driver of U.S. measles outbreaks, report says

    People who don’t get vaccinated are the most likely reason for the steady increase in the rate of measles and major outbreaks in the United States, according to an analysis released Tuesday.

  • CDC Campaign

    Join in CDC’s Campaign to Fight Flu! Join the campaign by sharing messages on the importance of flu vaccination, preventive actions, and antiviral treatment. Resources, including social media and newsletter messages, and graphics are available in our digital campaign toolkit.

  • Patient Education Videos for Your Practice!

      Sponsored through a grant from the NJ Department of Health, NJAFP has created a series of patient education videos designed to dispell the myths surrounding vaccines. These short videos are free to download and use in your waiting room or exam room. Learn more here!  

Link to access Module
Link to access Module
Every year, nearly 1000 infants across the US are infected with hepatitis B virus (HBV), despite the national goal to completely eliminate perinatal HBV transmission. The New Jersey Immunization Network, in partnership with the New Jersey Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, the NJ Department of Health and St. Barnabas Medical Center, introduces the Hep-B on-demand CME/CNE-approved Learning Module, designed to improve New Jersey’s low national ranking (48th out of 51) for administering the Hep-B birth dose within 24 hours of birth.

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