It’s Teen Health Week, April 1-7, with a special day to recognize preventative care and vaccines on Wednesday, April 3. Teen Health Week is a global initiative to raise awareness of the unique health issues facing teens all over the world. Teen Health Week encourages teens to take charge of their physical and mental health to facilitate healthy habits they will carry with them throughout their lives. Further details on this can be viewed on the Teen Health Week website www.collegeofphysicians.org/thw.
If you’re looking for more information about our Teen Clinic please visit us at one of our many locations. Find our more information here.
The Immunization Action Coalition has created resources with you in mind. The resources can provide education on the vaccines that are required/recommended for teens, as well as immunization strategies for your practice, found here: www.give2menacwy.org.
The National Meningitis Association raises public awareness around important adolescent vaccinations, including a public relations campaign and website: https://the16vaccine.org.
Additionally, we are happy to link to our partner’s share office re-call resources, including email templates, re-call phone scripts, and fact-sheet posters for your practice through our Health Care Provider Digital Tool Kit, which can be found at www.immunizeat16.com