Resources

The Vaccine Confidence Project provides resources and training to educate healthcare professionals and the public which share the goal of optimizing vaccine confidence in MA, to ensure that all residents are fully protected against serious, vaccine preventable disease.

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Vaccination Education for Parents and Guardians
The California Department of Public Health addresses COVID-19 vaccine misinformation in a short video.

Boost Oregon
This parent-led community educates other parents about vaccines and dispels rumors that circulate online or among their peers. These parents, and medical providers, empower people to make science-based vaccine decisions for themselves, their families, and the community.

Voices for Vaccines
A family-led organization that promotes positive peer-to-peer conversations about vaccines and the diseases they prevent.

Immunization Apps
Helpful apps for healthcare providers and their patients.

The Anti-Anti-Vaxx Toolkit
A strategy guide, by Kids Plus Pediatrics, to prepare for, defend against, and clean up after Facebook attacks by anti-vaxxers.

Immunization/Vaccine Confidence Handouts
15+ handouts on vaccine confidence, for parents and providers.

What You Should Know Series
These resources address common vaccine questions and misperceptions, including vaccine ingredients, autism, thimerosal, aluminum, vaccine schedules, and more.

Communication Toolkit for Migrants, Refugees, and other limited English proficient populations
These resources help public health providers and organizations reach populations who need COVID-19 prevention messaging in their native languages. Low-literacy print resources available in 33 languages, plus other vaccine resources available.

Vaccine Safety – Immunize.org
Currently the United States has the safest, most effective vaccine supply in its history. A long-standing vaccine safety system ensures that vaccines are as safe as possible. The FDA ensures the safety, effectiveness, and availability of U.S.-approved vaccines.

Vaccine Safety – CHOP
A national leader in vaccine education.