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SHOTS by STFM 2012 on-line is now available!

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has released the 2012 immunization schedules. We are pleased to announce that they are now incorporated into the web-based version of SHOTS by STFM. Point your browser to http://immunizationed.org/shotsonline.aspx to access the most up-to-date content available.

In addition to the most current immunization recommendations, SHOTS by STFM includes all of the content included in the annual printed schedules published by the CDC plus supplemental text, graphics, and commentary from leading experts in immunization. The schedules are displayed in an easy to navigate format that makes finding the correct information both fast and easy. Any clinician responsible for vaccinations will quickly find it indispensable.

To stay up to date on the most current immunization guidelines, be sure to visit today!

·         SHOTS by STFM apps for smart phones will soon be available from the Apple App Store™ and Android Market™.

·         The 2012 version of SHOTS by STFM includes the most current recommendations released from the ACIP.

·         New or improved features in the 2012 updates of SHOTS by STFM:

o   The most current CDC immunization recommendations

o   Improved graphics

o   Combination vaccine schedules

o   Web graphics optimized for larger monitors

o   As always, the most comprehensive electronic version of the CDC immunization schedule anywhere

o   All content is FREE! 

Feature requests and bug reports are always welcome at: gieweb@pitt.edu


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