Campaign Promotion

Below are examples of promotional pamphlets, posters, fact sheets and other informational resources that can be used to promote health care worker vaccination programs and campaigns.

Posters/Flyers
Below is a selection of posters and flyers that can be used in health care worker vaccination campaigns that highlight the need for annual influenza vaccine.

You Take Care of Everyone Else. Now Take Care of Yourself, NoFluForYou

Strategies to Implement an Annual Influenza Campaign, NoFluForYou

Overcoming Barriers to Increase Health Care Personnel Vaccination Rates, NoFluForYou

Employee Paycheck Flyer, NoFluForYou

 

Downloadable Pamphlets and Posters for Health Work Force, Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC)

Population Targeted Print Resources

Who Needs a Flu Vaccine 1

Who Needs a Flu Vaccine 2

"Take3"

Everyday Preventive Actions

Flu & You Brochure

No More Excuses: You Need a Flu Vaccine

Fight the Flu

Are Your Vaccinations Up-to-Date?

Fight Back!

Take Time to Get a Flu Vaccine

Beat the Flu: Clinic Schedule, Immunization Action Coalition of Washington

Holiday: Spread Holiday Cheer. Not the Flu., Michigan Department of Community Health

Holiday: Don’t Dish Out the Flu, Michigan Department of Community Health

E-cards

Send your staff a colorful greeting that encourages getting vaccinated for influenza!

Prevent Influenza

Health Care Workers & Flu Vaccine

What Could You Miss?

Flu Prevention-Health Professionals

If You Care: Cancer

If You Care: Diabetes

High Risk for Flu: Asthma or Diabetes

Deck Yourself for Flu (Holiday)

 
Campaign Buttons, Badges, and Stickers

Promotional buttons, badges and stickers can serve as a creative reminder to health care works of their role in influenza prevention and the need to get vaccinated.

I Got My Flu Shot. How about you?, NoFluForYou

I Got Vaccinated, NoFluForYou

Flu Season Buttons and Badges, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
In preparation for the 2010–2011 flu season, CDC has provided buttons and badges for
public use. The graphic can be placed in any way that works best for your particular site.

No Flu For You with Signature, NoFluForYou

The Flu Ends with Me, Illinois State Department of Health

Whack the Flu Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

 
Social Media

Promotional buttons, badges and stickers can serve as a creative reminder to health care works of their role in influenza prevention and the need to get vaccinated.

Widgets
A widget is an application that displays the featured content directly on personalized home pages, blogs, and other sites. After embedding the widget using the code provided, no maintenance is required. Flu.gov (sponsored by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) and CDC will update the content automatically.

Flu Vaccine Locator Widget (small)

Adult Vaccine Finder Widget (large)

Know What to Do About the Flu


Social Networks
Social networks have become an increasingly important part of the online experience and are used daily by millions of people. By posting information about flu on social networks, Flu.gov makes it much easier for people to share this important information with friends, family, coworkers and acquaintances.

Twitter: Follow us @FluGov

YouTube
Online video helps disseminate timely information and key messages about flu in an engaging format. Providing on-demand videos on YouTube channels allows people to watch video as their schedule permits and to easily share and embed these videos on personalized home pages, blogs, and other sites.

The HHS YouTube Channel

CDC StreamingHealth YouTube Channel

RSS
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is an easy way to stay updated on news and information that are important to you and reduce the time it takes to browse or search for new information on Web sites. Subscribe to these RSS feeds for ongoing news related to the seasonal flu.

Flu.gov News and Information

Flu.gov Blog

Seasonal Flu Updates

General Information Policy/Guidance Cost Effectiveness/Benefit Campaign Library Professional Education Links and Literature