This program offers family medicine residency programs recognition for identifying and developing solutions to overcome barriers to immunizations, and promotes sharing of immunization best practices.
AAFP Foundation Immunization Awards
Apply now for a Senior Immunization Grant Award.
In 2014, the AAFP Foundation will recognize family medicine residency programs that will be improving the rates of influenza and pneumococcal vaccines, in people age 65 and older, during the 2014-2015 influenza season. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2014.
Childhood and Adult Immunization Awrds are not currently being offered.
From 2005-2013, the AAFP Foundation Childhood and Adult Immunization Awards program provided 87 awards (recognizing 73 family medicine residency programs) and partnered with these award-winning programs to define best practices to improve childhood and adult immunization rates in 31 states.
To learn more about the best practices and strategies used by these award-winning programs, visit the Childhood and Adult Immunization Awards.
Please contact Sondra Goodman at (800) 274-2237, ext. 4457.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center Family Medicine (*PDF file)
Broadlawns Family Medicine Residency (*PDF file)
Creighton University Family Medicine Residency (*PDF file)
Southern Colorado Family Medicine (*PDF file)
University of Utah Family Medicine Residency (*PDF file)
Via Christi Family Medicine Residency (*PDF file)
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