Immunizations View the AAP: Recommendations for Prevention and Control of Influenza in Children, 2020-21 (click on "influenza")View HereCall Your Pediatrician! CampaignView HereCOVID-19 Practice Management Tips on Office WorkflowView HereCDC Resources for Encouraging Vaccinations During COVID-19 PandemicView HereInteractive Immunization InfographicGet state-by-state data on immunization and immunity rates.View here Immunization Policy and Advocacy Access the AAP's policies on immunizations, including the Recommended Immunization Schedule and learn more about the immunization campaigns in which the AAP participates. Communicating with Families Learn about vaccine-hesitant parents, common concerns, vaccine information statements and view risk communication videos. Practice Management, Improvement and Communications In order to safely and efficiently immunize patients and achieve a healthy margin, a practice must effectively manage their storage, ordering, purchasing and administration. Learn more. HPV Learn more about making a strong recommendation for the HPV vaccines and access tools to help you vaccinate patients. State Information Find contact information for your Chapter Immunization Representative and learn more about the Immunization Information System in your state. About Us Learn more about the AAP's immunization cooperative agreements and campaigns, and how to contact us. Resources The Immunization ScheduleNew for 2021! Click here for the current schedule recommended by the CDC, AAP, AAFP, and ACOG.Information for ParentsVisit HealthyChildren.org, the AAP parenting website, for information for families about immunizations.Immunization Information Technology Guide The Latest on Immunizations Immunization Initiatives NewsletterCheck out our newsletter for the latest on immunizations.Supply and ShortageLearn more about current vaccine supply and shortage issues.Guidance on Providing Pediatric Well-Care During COVID-19The AAP strongly supports the continued provision of health care and immunizations for children during the COVID-19 pandemic.