Childhood Vaccine Resources

This page includes a number of vetted resources to equip, inspire, and inform the museum and library community as they develop and implement programs and activities to advance confidence in their communities around childhood vaccines. We will continue to add evidence-based resources from trusted sources as they are developed and made available by Communities for Immunity partners and collaborators.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

This webpage includes information for healthcare providers, caregivers, and more on COVID-19 vaccination for children ages 5 through 11. Resources include planning guides, data and research, and more.

Ad Council and COVID Collaborative

This resource features a set of frequently asked questions about vaccines for children and teens.

American Academy of Pediatrics



HealthyChildren.org
from the American Academy of Pediatrics

This collection of articles includes information on COVID-19 and vaccination information for children and families.

Vaccines & US

The Smithsonian-led initiative offers a set of resources geared toward young people, including videos, curriculum and activities, and youth stories.

University of Minnesota

The university's National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants has created a resource collection that includes fact sheets, videos, and more on vaccines for children.


National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

The Societal Experts Action Network of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is producing a series of rapid expert consultations that use evidence from the social, behavioral, and economic sciences to inform aspects of COVID-19 response, including a brief report on Communication Strategies for Building Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines: Addressing Variants and Childhood Vaccinations and an associated interactive guide.