Immunize.

Prevent What's Preventable

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Advocacy

Everyone Can Do Something

Texas childhood immunization rates are below the national average. View the 2014 National Immunization Survey results on our Advocacy page. We have some important work to do, and we need your help to keep Texans protected. Click on "You Can Help" to get started today. 

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Community Immunity

An Interactive Group Exercise

By using the interactive Community Immunity exercise, TIP and its volunteers helped demonstrate the importance of immunization to more than 600 community members last year.

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Ted Talk

TEDxSanAntonio 2012: The Scream that Should Be Heard Around the World

At Presentation at TEDxSanAntonio 2012 by TIP CEO Anna Dragsbaek

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Take the Shot PSA

Basketball star Dexter Pittman and TIP CEO Anna Dragsbaek on protecting Texas college students from meningitis 

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What We Do

The Immunization Partnership helps individuals, physicians, and others with an interest in immunization to make smart choices about protecting our community from vaccine-preventable diseases.


Why We Do It

Every year, roughly 3 million people die from vaccine-preventable diseases, and countless more suffer life-long disabilities. We believe in preventing what's preventable.

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How We Do it

Our mission is to eradicate vaccine-preventable diseases by educating the community, advocating for evidence-based public policy, and supporting immunization best practices.


Community Forums

TIP conducts community forums, or Lunch & Learns, where experts share information on current topics in immunization. While geared specifically toward front-line immunizers (nurses, medical assistants, etc.), these events are free and open to all who are interested in the topic.

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Community Immunity

The Community Immunity exercise is an interactive demonstration of how one's vaccination status can contribute to how far and how quickly the flu can spread through a community.

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Evidence-Based Resources

Interested in finding out more about vaccines, vaccine safety and vaccine-preventable diseases? Check out our resource page to find the most up-to-date, accurate and reliable sources on immunization.

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Texas Immunization Summit

Every two years, TIP hosts a statewide conference on immunizations issues around Texas. Hundreds of immunization stakeholders, health workers and public health personnel attend to gain tools and information to champion immunization across Texas.

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Online and Social Media

Written by vaccine advocates FOR vaccine advocates, TIP's blog provides interesting and science-based information and resources you can share with your own friends and family.

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Evidence-Based Legislation

Since 2011, TIP has provided 32 legislative testimonies and conducted over 600 legislative visits to advocate for evidence-based immunization policy, including multiple visits made by stakeholders during TIP Legislative Day at the Capitol.

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Legislative Resources

Interested in advocacy but not sure where to start? Check out our page of legislative resources to help you make your voice heard.

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Take Action

Click here to view the 2014 National Immunization Survey results. Texas is falling behind on childhood immunizations, leaving our communities susceptible to preventable diseases. 

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Immunization Champions

Since 2009, Champions participating in the Immunization Champions project have screened over 50,000 immunization records and recalled more than 14,000 patients to come into clinics for immunizations.

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Coalitions and Capacity Building

TIP is committed to strengthening the capacity of Texas coalitions by providing technical assistance to local coalitions with respect to immunization education, best practices, and advocacy.

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Upcoming Events


  • June 30, 2016

    2016 Immunization Stakeholder Meetings

    Various Locations across Texas


    Have your voice heard! Join us during our biennial town hall meetings to discuss and learn about opportunities and challenges and immunization legislative priorities.

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TIP in the News


  • April 01, 2016

    Governor’s disease task force should expand scope beyond Zika

    BY Anna C. Dragsbaek
    Originally published in the TribTalk


    Earlier this year the Governor's Task Force for Infectious Diseases was reconvened to continue discussing how to protect the state from infectious diseases. Most of the discussion was centered on Zika, which is appropriate considering its link to devastating consequences for pregnant women. ... But it’s important to note that this kind of threat is not new — a number of viruses can lead to poor birth outcomes, several of which we already have vaccines to prevent.

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