Working to eliminate disparities in vaccine-preventable disease in Alaska Native people

ANTHC’s Immunization program works to eliminate disparities in vaccine-preventable disease in Alaska Native people through immunization.

ANTHC’s Immunization program works with statewide Tribal health partners to coordinate and advocate for the needs of Tribal immunization programs, and educate Tribal staff on immunization recommendations and vaccine-preventable disease.

The program facilitates educational opportunities for a variety of health care providers throughout the Alaska Tribal Health System including:

  • Quarterly regional Immunization Coordinator meetings via webinar with updates on immunization-related topics
  • CHAP training offered in person, through eCHAM and online
  • Vaccinator training provided on campus
  • Immunization coordinator responsibility training
  • Conferences
  • Educational resources and promotional materials

ANTHC 2021 Immunization Schedule
Childhood, older children, adult and catch-up vaccine schedules.


State of Alaska Immunization Program Resources
State of Alaska Immunization Program
All Alaska Pediatric Partnership

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Resources
CDC Vaccines & Immunizations
Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
ACIP Vaccine-Specific Recommendations
CDC Pink Book
Immunization Action Coalition
Ask The Experts: CDC experts answer questions about vaccines

Resources for Providers and Parents
Vaccinate Your Baby
History of Vaccines
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Education Center
National Network for Immunization Information
Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases
Shot By Shot (Stories of Vaccine Preventable Disease)
CDC for Parents: Vaccines for Your Children
American Academy of Pediatrics Immunizations
Immunization Techiques DVD: Best Practices