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Tdap Vac and Friends Visit the Classroom
In view of many states implementing a Tdap vaccine requirement for middle school or high school entry this fall, the Indiana Chapter of AAP created this humorous and entertaining music video titled "Tdap Vac and Friends Visit the Classroom."

Credit: Indiana Chapter of AAP

Cervical Cancer Awareness PSA from NCCC (Spanish)
7/22/2014

Celebrating Courage
7/22/2014

Flu Vaccination
7/22/2014

Pass The Bucket with Amy Purdy
7/22/2014

What Every Woman Should Know about Cervical Cancer
7/22/2014

Lo Que Cada Mujer Debe Saber: Cáncer Cervical (Spanish)
7/22/2014

What Is the HPV Vaccine and Who Should Receive It?
7/22/2014

Cervical Cancer Awareness PSA from NCCC
7/22/2014

Cervical Cancer Survivor Stories: Part 1
7/22/2014

Cervical Cancer Survivor Stories: Part 2
7/22/2014

HPV Stories: Janet Wagner
7/22/2014

NCCC Raising Awareness about Cervical Cancer
7/22/2014

Making a Difference
7/22/2014

You Can Prevent Cervical Cancer
7/22/2014

HPV and Men
7/22/2014

Flu Vaccines
9/30/2013

Should You Get the HPV Vaccine?
9/30/2013

Close the Door to Cancer
9/30/2013

HPV Stories: Maggie's Story En Espanol
4/11/2013

HPV Public Service Announcement
4/11/2013

HPV Stories: Michele's Story
4/11/2013

Listen to Your Momma
4/11/2013

HPV: Our Family's Story
4/11/2013

Degrassi's Annie Clark on HPV
1/18/2013

Don't Catch the Flu
2/11/2013

Real Families Talk about Pertussis
1/18/2013

Surviving Whooping Cough: Michelle's Story
1/18/2013

Seattle Mama Doc on Flu
1/18/2013

Whooping Cough Shot: Does It Last?
2/11/2013

If My Child Gets the Flu
2/11/2013

Surround Your Baby with Protection
2/11/2013

Facing Meningitis
1/18/2013

In Memory of Heather Burcham
2/11/2013

Immunization: A Dose of Reality
2/11/2013

Flu Fighters
1/18/2013

Immunization Flyers (Hockey)
3/1/2013

In Memory of Kristen Forbes
1/18/2013

Cover Your Bases: Get Immunized
2/11/2013

Shot by Shot: Influenza Story
1/18/2013

Getting It: A Disease... A Vaccine (Part 1)
3/1/2013

Getting It: A Disease... A Vaccine (Part 2)
3/1/2013

Cervical Cancer and the HPV Vaccine
2/11/2013

The Influenza of 1918
2/11/2013

Tdap Vac and Friends
1/18/2013

The Flu Bug
1/18/2013

Game Over
2/11/2013

Meningitis is Sneaky
1/18/2013

Whooping Cough: A Family's Story
2/11/2013

One Family's Struggle with Chickenpox
1/18/2013

Meningococcal Vaccine and College Students
1/18/2013

Getting a Shot: You can do it!
2/11/2013

Why Flu Vaccination Matters
2/11/2013

Put Your Hands Together
2/11/2013

Christine Baze: Cervical Cancer Survivor
2/11/2013

HPV Videos: Women's Cancer Network
2/11/2013
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Browse this video library for parents on a number of different topics, including vaccines, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Listen and learn how to help protect your family from meningitis from the National Association of School Nurses
 
Immunization Action Coalition   •  Saint Paul, MN
tel 651-647-9009  •  fax 651-647-9131
 
The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC), a non-profit organization, works to increase immunization rates and prevent disease by creating and distributing educational materials for health professionals and the public that enhance the delivery of safe and effective immunization services. IAC also facilitates communication about the safety, efficacy, and use of vaccines within the broad immunization community of patients, parents, healthcare organizations, and government health agencies.