"Be a SuperMom" Materials Developed by ACNM through a grant from ASTHO and the CDC, these downloadable resources feature colorful superhero characters and succinct information on the benefits of immunizations to engage your clients.
18x24-inch Be a SuperMom full color poster. Order a FREE printed version in English or Spanish from the ACNM Store. You only pay for $2.50 shipping and handling. Posters are mailed in 1.5 x 18" mailing tubes through USPS.
18x24-inch Be a SuperMom full color poster. Order a printed version in Arabic from the ACNM Store. You only pay for $2.50 shipping and handling. Posters are mailed in 1.5 x 18" mailing tubes through USPS.
Be a SuperMom Coloring Pages: You can download a PDF with 8 pages of Superhero-themed illustrations featuring the benefits of vaccinations to share with your young artist. [ENGLISH VERSION] | [SPANISH VERSION]
Curriculum on Immunization for midwifery students and other health care professionals
ACNM created an evidence based curriculum that is free, measured with a pre- and post-test, and a passing score of 80. The curriculum can be found by clicking here.
How do I access the webinar? Click here for instructions.
Patient Brochure on Influenza: This pamphlet was created by Pamela Meharry, PhD, CNM, University of Connecticut, and Marietta Vazquez, MD, Yale University, and is available for public use in English and Spanish.
ACNM surveyed its membership in December 2013, and used the survey results to develop materials for midwives, including
talking points, and materials for women and their families. About 940
members responded to the survey. Over 80% of the respondents reported that they
either screen or provide immunizations to their clients. The biggest
information needs identified by the survey include lack of knowledge of the
safety of immunizations, talking points for clients,
contraindications/indications, updates on the schedule, and the state
Immunization Information Systems. Barriers for those not offering immunizations
were reimbursement, not enough interested patients, and not enough storage
space. This project hopes to address these needs.
Following the dissemination of ACNM's influenza
and immunization project materials, ACNM members were surveyed a second time in
order to gauge the effectiveness of the resources and to gain further insights
to improve immunization uptake among women. The final survey was sent out to
ACNM members in June of 2014. The results were used to target specific gaps and
guide the development of future resources.