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Immunization toolkit

In collaboration with prescribers and local public health departments, pharmacists should protect their patients' health by being vaccine advocates through education, facilitation, and administration of immunizations. As a public health effort, the goal of the provision of immunizations is to reduce and ultimately eliminate the incidence of vaccine-preventable diseases. KPhA has helped to advocate for the role of pharmacists in providing immunizations in their practice settings and has developed several tools for educating both pharmacists and the public on the role pharmacy can have in immunizing Kansans.

This page contains tools created by KPhA, as well as links to other resources that are free for your use in advancing your immunization practice. We have included materials used during pharmacist training, videos for your use explaining to patients the need for vaccines and the impact of not getting vaccinated, and a variety of tools available from the CDC, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Immunization Action Coalition, and others that provide you with the best information available to plan, begin, maintain, and improve a pharmacy-based immunization program.

Vaccine Videos

Meningococcal Vaccine

Flu Vaccine

Immunization Law Review

WebIZ - Provider Information

WebIZ - Public Information


Vaccine Resources

Centers for Disease Control

Immunization Action Coalition

Kansas Department of Health & Environment

Other

Immunization Training for Pharmacists

In 2019, KPhA hosted a series of immunization training continuing education courses through a grant from KDHE. The following are the presentation slides from those courses.

KPhA appreciates the generous support provided by

Compliant Pharmacy Alliance PBA Health Pharmacists Mutual

Kansas Pharmacists
Association

Preserving, protecting and advancing Kansas pharmacy practice through education, engagement and advocacy.

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