Louie had many questions about Elmo getting the COVID-19 vaccine, so he spoke with their pediatrician to make the right choice. Louie learned Elmo getting vaccinated is the best way to keep Elmo and everyone they love around them safe. Now Elmo is ready for all the hugs!
“What do you say to pregnant patients who decline or refuse the recommended maternal vaccinations?” During this segment of the “How I Recommend” video series, Nurse-Midwife Carol Hayes, CNM, MN, MPH, explains how addressing pregnant patients’ concerns and offering personal experiences can help put them at ease about receiving…
This 8.5″ x 11″ fact sheet highlights five facts all prenatal healthcare professionals should know about Tdap and pregnancy. It also provides resources to help healthcare professionals strongly recommend Tdap to their pregnant patients during the third trimester of each pregnancy to prevent pertussis.
This 8.5″ x 11″ fact sheet offers tips for how to make a strong referral to pregnant patients to help ensure that they get recommended vaccines to prevent pertussis and influenza. It is designed for healthcare professionals who are not able to stock and administer Tdap or influenza vaccines in their office.
This one-page chart lists key vaccination recommendations for before, during, and after pregnancy. It is a quick reference table summarizing important contraindications and recommendations related to maternal vaccination.
CDC has created the following resources in order to help healthcare professionals communicate the importance of maternal vaccination with pregnant women. The materials below are intended to help healthcare professionals start or continue conversations with their patients. You may print several of these materials from your office or home printer and give them to patients to supplement your conversations…
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