AIM Program Practices

AIM is collecting and disseminating program practices defined broadly to include strategies, activities, or approaches used by immunization program awardees to achieve measurable outcomes, objectives, and activities related to the Immunization and Vaccines for Children Program Cooperative Agreement. Summaries of the program practices are shared below in a searchable database.

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Submit your practice

All 64 city, state, or territorial immunization programs are encouraged to submit a program practice. The submission process will not be competitive and there will be no minimum or maximum number of practices that can be submitted. AIM members also have the opportunity to include your program practice for consideration for a 2019 Bull’s-Eye Award! Click here to submit your practice.

Acknowledgment and Disclaimer

AIM is collecting and disseminating program practices used by the immunization programs to achieve and sustain high immunization coverage, reduce vaccination disparities and incidents of vaccine preventable disease, and improve readiness to respond to vaccine preventable disease threats. Summaries of these program-initiated practices, defined broadly to include strategies, activities, or approaches, are shared below in a searchable database.

This database is supported by the Cooperative Agreement number NH23IP922569, funded the by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.