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The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

The American Academy of Physician Assistants uses the same database, as do other professional organizations,
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AAFP: American Academy of Family Physicians

Online Job Bank. Family physicians remain in high demand and have a variety of practice settings available to them. To view your options and current openings
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NACHC: The National Association of Community Health Centers

Online Job Bank. You may contact them at: 7200 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 210, Bethesda, MD 20814. Phone: 301-347-0400, Fax: 301-347-0459
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Northwest Regional Primary Care Association Job Bank

If you are interested in a clinical job posting with a community health center in AK, ID, OR or WA, please visit our clinical job listing to search for positions and upload your information.
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The American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM)

Sponsors an internet-based job bank at www.midwifejobs.com, for which they charge $250 for a 4-week listing. ACNM also has a description of Federally Qualified Health Centers in relation to the midwifery profession.
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Hepatitis B Facts: Testing&Vaccination

The "Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and vaccination" was updated to reflect changes made to ACIP's recommendations that expand the definition of who is eligible to receive hepatitis B vaccine.
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The National Rural Health Association (NRHA)

Operates an online job bank
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smalltownmdjobs.com

Online services aimed at recruiting doctors and nurses to rural locations
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MMWR corrects an error in the vaccination schedule for persons aged 0-18 years.January 23,2007

In the MMWR QuickGuide "Recommended Immunization Schedules for Persons Aged 0-18 Years—United States, 2007," an error occurred in the first sentence of the second bullet of footnote 10 under Figure 2 on page Q-3. The sentence should read, "Administer 2 doses of varicella vaccine to persons aged <13 years at least 3 months apart."
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Interim VIS for Varicella, January 10, 2007

On January 10, CDC released a revised interim VIS for varicella. It includes changes to reflect the new two-dose schedule for children and the availability of the measles-mumps-rubella- varicella (MMRV) vaccine. After ACIP publishes these updated recommendations in MMWR, a final varicella VIS will be developed.
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Timerosal: Lo que usted debe saber

A algunos padres les preocupa que el timerosal, un conservante que contienemercurio y se encuentra en la vacuna contra la gripe, provoque autismo. Sin embargo, durante los últimos años, una serie de estudios biológicos y epidemiológicoshan demostrado que esta preocupación no tiene fundamento. A continuación sepresenta un resumen de la evidencia que demuestra que, aunque algunas cosas sí causan autismo, el mercurio de las vacunas no es una de ellas.
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Rotavirus: Lo que usted debe saber

En Febrero de 2006, los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC) recomendaron una nueva vacuna para proteger a los lactantes contra el rotavirus. El rotavirus provoca fiebre alta, vómitos y diarrea persistentesenniños pequeños, normalmente durante el invierno en los Estados Unidos.
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Recommended Immunization Schedules for persons aged 0-18 Years, USA January 2007

Recommended immunization schedule for persons aged 0-18 years and the catch-up immunization schedule for 2007 includes HPV and Rotavirus vaccines.
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01 A Migrant Farmworker Occupational Health Reference Manual:

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National Influenza Vaccine Newsletter

To help raise awareness of influenza vaccination recommendations and the importance of continuing vaccination efforts throughout November and beyond, the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Influenza Vaccine Summit, partners and stakeholders will be announcing a National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) from Monday, November 27th through Sunday, December 3rd, 2006.
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Immunization Update, November 2006

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National Influenza Vaccine Summit Newsletter, November 27, 2006

This year, we expect record amounts of influenza vaccine (up to 110-115 million doses) to be available by the end of December. We are also aware that the phased nature of vaccine distribution has resulted in many providers not receiving their full orders of vaccine as early in the vaccination season as they would have liked, making it difficult for them to vaccinate all of their patients during October and early November.
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What Can Healthcare Providers Do if They Have Little or No Vaccine During NIVW? November 28, 2006

The purpose of NIVW is to emphasize the importance of influenza vaccination and the need to continue vaccination activities beyond Thanksgiving and into December and January, with providers implementing outreach and offering vaccination prior to, during, and following NIVW that are tailored to the patients they plan to serve and the vaccine supply that they have available.
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CDC issues ACIP's General Recommendations on Immunization

The 2006 revision of the General Recommendations features visual elements, such as diagrams, images, tables. Following are some of the more notable additions: (1) an updated table of contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines, (2) images displaying the correct administration site for intramuscular and subcutaneous injections for infants and adults, (3) a table outlining the treatment of anaphylaxis, (4) a table comparing the advantages and disadvantages of various types of thermometers used to monitor vaccine storage temperatures, and much more.
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New Hampshire Will Offer Free Vaccine To Children For HPV

"The HPV vaccine represents a significant step forward in protecting the health and lives of the women and girls of New Hampshire," said DHHS Commissioner John Stephen. "This represents a small victory in the battle against cancer, and we are thrilled to be able to offer this vaccine. We strongly recommend that all parents consider getting their daughters vaccinated."
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