Vaccine Resources

 AAP refusal to vaccinate form:
 Risk communication videos:
 Navigating Vaccine Hesitancy: (will be available soon)
 Pedialink modules:
  Adolescent Immunizations: Strongly Recommending the HPV Vaccine:
  Challenging Cases: Vaccine Hesitancy : This module is the educational component of the clinical report.
 AAP Immunization Web site:
(The following are some of the specific pages within the above site)
  Parental Refusal Resource Page:
  Vaccine-Hesitant Parents:
  Information for families:
  Common Parental Concerns: (for parents): (same as above)
 CDC/AAP Provider Resources for Vaccine Conversations With Parents:
 Immunization Action Coalition:
 Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia:
 National Foundation for Infectious Diseases:
 Families Fighting flu:
 Vaccine Resource library:
 Every Child by Two:
 Parents of Kids With Infectious Diseases:
 Responding to Parental Refusals of Immunization of Children:
 Medical Versus Nonmedical Immunization Exemptions for Child Care and School Attendance:
 2016 Immunization Schedules:
 COID Policy Collection page:
Red Book
  Discussing Vaccines With Patients and Parents
   Discussing Vaccines With Patients and Parents (pp. 7–9)
   Addressing Parents’ Questions About Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness (p. 9)
   Common Misconceptions About Immunizations and the Institute of Medicine Findings (pp. 10–11)
   Resources for Optimizing Communications With Parents About Vaccines (p. 12)
   Parental Refusal of Immunizations (pp. 12–13)
 Assessing the State of Vaccine Confidence in the United States: Recommendations From the National Vaccine Advisory Committee:
Journal articles
 Childhood Immunization: When Physicians and Parents Disagree:
 Safety of Vaccines Used for Routine Immunization of US Children: A Systematic Review:
 Commentary in Pediatrics: Vaccines: Can Transparency Increase Confidence and Reduce Hesitancy?
 Children whose parents refused vitamin K at birth are 14.6 times more likely to be unimmunized by age 15 mo. This provides an opportunity to identify a subset of likely vaccine-hesitant parents at birth and engage them with targeted information.
  News release:
 A survey found that parents who were informed about the MMR vaccine’s direct benefits to their child, rather than the vaccine’s benefits to society as a whole, were more likely to immunize.
  News release:
  MedScape story:
 A pertussis epidemic in Washington State did not increase parents’ intent to vaccinate their children.
  HealthDay story:
 Periodic Survey #66 (2006): Vaccine Refusals:
 Periodic Survey #84(2013) Vaccine Delays/Refusals and Risk–Benefit Information Abstracts
  Vaccine Refusals and Requests for Alternate Vaccine Schedules (AVS): National Surveys of Pediatricians Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) May 2014
Red Book Online Visual Library:
 Photos, videos, and family stories regarding vaccine-preventable diseases: