#KansasFightsFlu is a campaign to encourage healthcare providers and organizations to raise awareness on the importance of influenza immunization rates in our communities. The goal is to increase rates of influenza vaccinations across Kansas for the 2020-2021 flu season.
Don't see your pharmacy or health organization listed on VaccineFinder.org? Register to be added to the site!
Help patients find you and get vaccinated.
- Go to locating.health/register
- Complete the form to create an account. Each organization should use a single account to manage all locations in order to prevent duplication.
- Once the organization account has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email.
- Log in at locating.health/login and upload information for each clinic, practice, and/or pharmacy location belonging to your organization.
IKC Preventing Flu Module
This educational module was developed for health provider audiences with the goal of increasing flu immunization rates. Use this flu module for training in your clinic and get all of your staff—nurses, physicians, pharmacists, the front office, everyone!—on the
same page with flu vaccine recommendations.
- CDC Webinar How I Recommend the Flu Vaccine
Additional Toolkits & Resources
- IAC Mass Vaccination Clinic Resources
- CDC Frequently Asked Influenza (Flu) Questions: 2020-2021 Season
- CDC Digital Media Toolkit: 2020-21 Flu Season
- CDC How to Make a Strong Flu Vaccine Recommendation
- CDC Flu Resources for Business
- CDC Pregnant Women and Influenza
- KDHE Seasonal Influenza Resources
- NFID Flu and Chronic Health Conditions Toolkit
- IAC Ask the Experts about Influenza and the Influenza Vaccine
- ACIP Recommendations for Influenza Season 2020-21
Click on an image to view and save to your computer. Then use the KDHE Social Media Messaging Toolkit above to see sample captions for each image. Posts can also be customized to include your influenza-related information.
IKC Flu Immunization Goals
IKC set goals for influenza immunization rates for children and adults in Kansas. The goals were to increase the flu immunization rate for children (6 mo-17 yrs) from 63.3% (2018-19) to 70%, and for adults (18+ yrs) to increase from 46.8% (2018-19) to 50%.