Provider Reference Manual: Table of Contents


Table of Contents (PDF)

Provider Agreement

  1. Current Provider Agreement (PDF)
  2. 2018 Provider Agreement Letter (PDF)
  3. 2018 Educational Requirement Letter (PDF)
  4. VFC Eligibility Letter (PDF)
  5. Patient Eligibility Screening Record (PDF)
  6. Policy on Transferring Vaccine (PDF)

Child and Adolescent Immunization Schedule

  1. 2018 Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children and Adolescents Aged 18 Years or Younger and "catch up" (PDF) External site icon
  2. Information for Health Care Professionals about Adolescent Vaccines (PDF) External site icon
  3. Free Vaccine Sheet (PDF)
  4. Summary of Recommendations for Child/Teen Immunization (PDF)
  5. Maine Lifetime of Good Health Schedule: Child (PDF)
  6. Maine Lifetime of Good Health Schedule: Teen (PDF)
  7. School Immunization Requirements (PDF)

Adult Immunization Schedule

  1. 2018 Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults Aged 19 Years or Older (PDF) External site icon
  2. Vaccinations for Adults (PDF) External site icon
  3. Before You Vaccinate Adults, Consider Their H-A-L-O (PDF) External site icon
  4. Summary of Recommendations for Adult Immunizations (PDF) External site icon
  5. Addressing Common Questions about Pneumococcal Vaccination for Adults (PDF)
  6. Pneumococcal Vaccine Timing – For Adults (PDF)

Administer Vaccines

  1. Administering Vaccines: Dose, Route, Site, and Needle Size (PDF) External site icon
  2. Tdap or Dtap (PDF) External site icon
  3. Vaccines with Diluents: How to Use Them (PDF) External site icon

Contraindications and Precautions

  1. Guide to Contraindications and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines – Children (PDF) External site icon
  2. Guide to Contraindications and Precautions to Commonly Used Vaccines - Adults (PDF) External site icon
  3. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) (PDF) External site icon
  4. VAERS Reportable (PDF) External site icon
  5. Medical Management of Vaccine Reactions (PDF) External site icon
  6. Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary (PDF) External site icon

Recommended and Minimum Ages and Intervals between doses

  1. Recommended and Minimum Ages and Intervals Between Doses (PDF) External site icon

Vaccine Information Statements

  1. It's Federal Law! (PDF) External site icon
  2. Current Dates of Vaccine Information Statements (PDF) External site icon

Parent Immunization Information and Refusal to Vaccinate

  1. What if you don't vaccinate your child? (PDF) External site icon
  2. Vaccines Work! (PDF) External site icon
  3. Evidence Shows Vaccines Unrelated to Autism (PDF) External site icon
  4. Decision to Not Vaccinate My Child (PDF) External site icon

Additional Links

  1. Resources for Vaccine Hesitant Parents (PDF)

Vaccine Storage and Handling

  1. Best Practices:
    1. Vaccine Temperature for Refrigerator Vaccines – Fahrenheit (F) (PDF)
    2. Vaccine Temperature for Frozen Vaccines - Fahrenheit (F) (PDF)
    3. Vaccine Storage for Refrigerated Vaccines – Fahrenheit (F) (PDF)
    4. Vaccine Storage for Frozen Vaccines - Fahrenheit (F) (PDF)
  2. Checklist for Safe Vaccine Storage and Handling (PDF) External site icon
  3. Contact Information for Vaccine Manufacturers (PDF)
  4. Temperature Logs
    1. Refrigerator Temperature Log (PDF)
    2. Freezer Temperature Log (PDF)
  5. State Vaccine Log Form (Word)
  6. State Vaccine Waste Form (Word)
  7. Wastage Reasons for Reconciliation (PDF)
  8. Thermometer Recalibration Form (PDF)

Transporting Refrigerated Vaccine

  1. Transporting Refrigerated Vaccine in Emergencies (PDF)

Improving Immunization Rates

  1. Immunization Practice Standards (PDF)
  2. Improve Your Immunization Rates (PDF)
  3. Dont Blow Your Coverage (PDF)

Disease Information Sheets

  1. Chickenpox is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  2. Hepatitis A is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  3. Hepatitis B is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  4. Hib is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  5. HPV is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  6. Influenza is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  7. Measles, Mumps and Rubella are serious diseases. (PDF) External site icon
  8. Meningococcal Disease is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  9. Pneumococcal Disease is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  10. Polio is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  11. Rotavirus is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon
  12. Whooping Cough is a serious disease (PDF) External site icon

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Pads

  1. Aluminum in Vaccines (PDF) External site icon
  2. Chickenpox (PDF) External site icon
  3. Hepatitis A (PDF) External site icon
  4. Human Papillomavirus (PDF) External site icon
  5. Influenza (PDF) External site icon
  6. Meningococcus (PDF) External site icon
  7. Pertussis (PDF) External site icon
  8. Rotavirus (PDF) External site icon
  9. Recommended Immunization Schedule (PDF) External site icon
  10. The Facts About Childhood Vaccines (PDF) External site icon
  11. Vaccine Ingredients (PDF) External site icon
  12. Too Many Vaccines (PDF) External site icon

HPV Provider Toolkit

HPV Toolkit (PDF)

Fact Sheets

  1. HPV Cancer Prevention (PDF)
  2. HPV – Also Known as Human Papillomavirus (PDF)
  3. Talking to Parents about HPV Vaccine (PDF)
  4. Human Papillomavirus: A Parent's Guide to Preteen and Teen HPV Vaccination (PDF)
  5. CDC Vital Signs – Cervical Cancer is Preventable (PDF)
  6. Human Papillomavirus and Oropharyngeal Cancer (PDF)
  7. Human Papillomavirus Vaccine for Boys and Young Men (PDF)
  8. HPV Decision Tree (PDF) External site icon

Posters

  1. HPV Posters (PDF)

Materials Order Form

  1. Materials Order Form (PDF) Updated 9/2016

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