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SAVE THE DATE: PAIC Annual Meeting and PIC Conference 2019

Save the Date! PAIC and PIC Annual Meeting and Conference 2019

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: You Are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention

Prevention is Key This Flu Season.. Get Your Vaccine Today!

Information for Coalitions

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    This award-winning documentary takes a look into the lives of five brave women affected by HPV. Their stories portray the misconceptions, stigma, shame, heartbreak, pain, and triumph that they experience while battling cervical cancer.
  • Click to view "Let's Talk: PA School Immunization Requirements Update

    This recorded webinar with Dr. Susan Kressly, MD, FAAP discusses changes in school immunization requirements.
  • Click here for upcoming webinars

    The Virtual Immunization Communication (VIC) Network is project of the National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC) and the California Immunization Coaltion, funded through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Click here for #UDontGetIt Materials

    Updated #UDontGetIt PDF’s for your practice or coalition to use to promote and build materials.
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    ACS is leading the charge to prevent cancer with Mission: HPV Cancer Free. Visit their site form more information and resources on how you can help join the fight.
  • Download campaign materials here

    The “Power to Prevent HPV Cancer” campaign contains specialized clinical action guides for their intended clinical audiences, enabling professional organizations, health care systems, and practices to implement a promotional toolkit for 8 weeks during the summer. To access the campaign, visit this site:
  • Are you a flu fighter? Tweet #FightFlu to @cdcflu and @immunizePA

    Highlight Your Own Flu Fighter! Are you a flu fighter, or know someone who is? Share your own flu fighter profiles online or social media. Here’s how: -Pick 1-3 images demonstrating your work as a flu fighter. -Write a 2-4 sentence post about how you fight flu. -Share these images and message on social media! Be sure to include the hashtag #FluFighter or #FightFlu and tag @CDCFlu in your post!
  • Click here for: The Journey of Your Child's Vaccine

    The 5-minute video explains the three phases of clinical trials, vaccine manufacturing, and how a vaccine is added to the U.S. recommended immunization schedule.
  • National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC) HPV Webinar Series: Us vs. HPV

    Women caring about women. Thought leaders across the globe come together for HPV awareness in January. January 22, HPV Vaccine Update; January 23, HPV & Cervical Cancer: A Global Perspective; January 24, HPV Related Non-Gynecological; Diseases & Cancers; January 25, Cervical Cancer, Past, Present & Future; January 28, HPV & Cervical Cancer Champions

Local Coalition Highlights

Montgomery County Immunization Coalition Immunization Update 2019- Save the Date!

Montgomery County Immunization Coalition Immunization Update 2019- Save the Date!

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Every year Rupert Elementary School prepares to celebrate DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) Day by inviting selected area residents and community and organization leaders to share the joy of reading with students. This year David Genoa, from the Montgomery County Health Department, read the story of Victor Vaccine!

Kids at Ruppert Elementary School Read About Victor Vaccine!

Every year Rupert Elementary School prepares to celebrate DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) Day by inviting selected area residents and community and organization leaders to share the joy of reading with students. This year David Genoa, from the Montgomery County Health Department, read the story of Victor Vaccine!

#UDontGet It Materials Now Available

  • PAIC homepage UDontGetIt

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