“Special Topics” Online Series Q&A Sheets

The Vaccine Education Center is pleased to offer Special Topics Series - Online Q&A Sheets. These sheets are available for online viewing or can be photocopied for distribution. New files will be added as they are completed. 

Tuberculosis Fact Sheet


English [PDF, 448KB]

Infectious Diseases Fact Sheet

Infectious Diseases and Immune-compromised People

English [PDF, 748KB]

Cancer PatientsFact Sheet

Infectious Diseases and Cancer Patients

English [PDF, 138KB]

Infectious Disease and Travel Fact Sheet

Infectious Diseases and Travel

English [PDF, 674KB]

Enterovirus Fact Sheet

Enterovirus D68

English [PDF, 78KB]

Lyme Disease Fact Sheet

Lyme disease

English [PDF, 1.3MB]

Infectious Disease and Pregnancy Fact Sheet

Infectious Diseases and Pregnancy

English [PDF, 174KB]

Infectious Disease and Fever Fact Sheet

Infectious Diseases and Fevers

English [PDF, 422KB]

Yellow Fever Fact Sheet

Yellow Fever

English [PDF, 590KB]

Evaluation Information

Evaluating Information

English [PDF, 187 KB]

Vaccinated or Unvaccinated Fact Sheet

Vaccinated or Unvaccinated: What You Should Know

English [PDF, 192 KB]

When Individual Doctors Make Their Own Immunization Schedules

When Individual Doctors Make Their Own Immunization Schedules

English [PDF, 173 KB]

Logical Fallacies and Vaccines Fact Sheet

Logical Fallacies and Vaccines

English [PDF, 274 KB]

If you have ideas for additional "special topics" Q&A sheets, please contact us at vacinfo@email.chop.edu with subject line: Special Topics Series.



Reviewed on March 21, 2017

Materials in this section are updated as new information and vaccines become available. The Vaccine Education Center staff regularly reviews materials for accuracy.

You should not consider the information in this site to be specific, professional medical advice for your personal health or for your family's personal health. You should not use it to replace any relationship with a physician or other qualified healthcare professional. For medical concerns, including decisions about vaccinations, medications and other treatments, you should always consult your physician or, in serious cases, seek immediate assistance from emergency personnel.