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More resources to support stronger programs…

NEW! 12 September 2011

HAP has created a best practices guide and toolkit that includes information about the national policy direction around this issue, model policies and forms, a sample implementation timeline, communication tools that can be used with employees and media, and actual materials from Pennsylvania hospitals that have implemented a universal influenza vaccination program for employees.

The toolkit can be accessed at this link:  http://www.haponline.org/downloads/Universal_Flu_Immunization_Programs_for_Health_Care_Personnel-HAP_Quality_Best_Practice_Series_Sept2011.pdf

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PA DoH Influenza Resources page:


Pennsylvania Immunization Coalition influenza resources page:

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.The links below were compiled and provided by the PADOH:

Toolkits

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Organizations

 

Position Statements

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Additional Resources

“Providing a Safer Environment for Health Care Personnel and Patients through Influenza Vaccination”
June 25, 2009
“Providing a Safer Environment for Health Care Personnel and Patients through Influenza Vaccination:  Strategies from Research and Practice,” a free monograph, to help health care organizations of all types improve seasonal influenza vaccination rates in health care personnel.
Listen to a podcast about this monograph.
pdf of this mongraph

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Immunizing Healthcare Personnel Against Influenza
On October 20, 2007, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) convened a roundtable of healthcare personnel to discuss ways to increase the influenza immunization rates of healthcare personnel. The roundtable, which was supported by an unrestricted educational grant from CSL Biotherapies, brought together representatives from across the spectrum of healthcare industries, from acute to post-acute care settings to share insights and best practices with the assembled group. From the roundtable meeting, NFID developed a report on best practices for provider reference and use.

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