You are families’ most trusted source of immunization information. Use these resources to communicate effectively.
- New Evidence-Based Recommendations on Framing Immunizations for Families
Learn more about new evidence-based recommendations that were developed by the AAP and Frameworks Institute to help physicians, advocates and others effectively build understanding of and support for child and adolescent vaccinations.
- AAP Immunization Campaign Toolkit
This Immunization Campaign Toolkit offers infographics, memes, images, articles and videos, optimized for sharing on social media, that you can use to help provide accurate information about vaccines to parents in your networks
- Communicating Effectively About Immunizations
The AAP offers communication aids, such as childhood and adolescent flipcharts, and risk communication videos to guide your vaccine conversations with parents.
- Responding to Common Parental Concerns
You may hear some concerns or questions from parents about vaccines. Use this tool to access clear facts about common concerns parents may have.
- Vaccine Hesitant Parents
Learn more about the types of parental attitudes toward immunizations and simple strategies for speaking to parents about vaccines.
Learn more about specific immunization topics through our courses.
COVID Vaccination Disinformation Webinars
This series of 1.25-hour webinars hosted by AAP cover disinformation distribution, how to identify the core bad actors and networks spreading disinformation, and the best practices for responding to disinformation online. The 201-level course takes a deeper dive into how to respond to specific threats with real-life scenarios. Every pediatrician can benefit from learning about specific social media campaigns targeting Hispanic and Latino communities and how to counter disinformation to encourage vaccine confidence.
American Academy of Pediatrics