The Immunization Task Force - Metro Omaha is a non-profit coalition dedicated to educating the public & healthcare providers about immunizations.

Health Professionals

ITF maintains a Speaker’s Bureau for 1 hour presentations on immunizations.   Email for further information or to request speakers

ITF hosts the Annual Immunize Nebraska Conference each year in early summer 

Pink Book & Webinar Series

Consider this education opportunity offered by the CDC. A webinar series covering “The Pink Book” with webinars covering a different chapter of the Pink Book each week running from June 1 2016 through 2021. Past recordings will be available for viewing at any time on the Pink Book home webpage at


Additional Top ACP Resources

  • 2023 ACIP Adult Immunization Recommendations video series that includes new (preferred) influenza vaccine recommendations for older adults, a flu vaccine primer, COVID-19 vaccines, and more.
  • Microlearning Resources offer bite-sized, interactive modules to stay up to date on the latest recommendations and provide practical tips to make effective vaccine recommendations and boost vaccine confidence.

More Resources (formerly Immunization Action Coalition) has free subscription publications to help you stay current. More information can be found here

  • Child, Adolescent & “Catch-up” Immunization Schedules
    These recommended schedules summarize ACIP recommendations for currently licensed vaccines for children ages 18 years and younger.
  • Adult Immunization Schedule
    This schedule of recommended vaccinations is offered in several printable versions as well as an interactive tool and as a downloadable application for smartphone.
  • National Adult Immunization Plan
    Provides an overview of actions needed to be taken to achieve optimal prevention of infectious diseases and their consequences through vaccination of adults.
  • The following immunizations are of special importance to people with SCD.
  • These recommendations may change periodically, and current ACIP schedule guidelines should be consulted for confirmation.
    • Pneumococcal Vaccines
      – Children – Consult with your child’s pediatrician and SCD care provider.
      – Adults – Consult with your primary care and SCD care providers.
    • Haemophilus influenza B Vaccine (Hib)
      – 1 or more doses of Hib vaccine are recommended for all individuals with SCD, if they have not been previously vaccinated, after consultation with the primary care and SCD care providers.
    • Meningococcal Vaccines
      both Men ACWY and Men B vaccines
      – All individuals with SCD should be vaccinated with both meningococcal vaccines as recommended by the ACIP, after consultation with the primary care and SCD care providers.
      Sources: (as Adapted from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention – Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, CDC – ACIP, and from the Infectious Diseases Society of America policy statement, 2013, Clinical Practice Guideline for Vaccination of the Immunocompromised Host). Refer to:

ACIP Altered Immunocompetence Guidelines for Immunizations | CDC
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Immunizations save lives! Get vaccinated for yourself, for your family and for your community!