Becoming an Immunization Advocate: NIIW and Beyond

What can you do during NIIW and beyond to speak up for science? Follow the hashtag #ivax2protect for ideas.

Our BIG Impact


Doing big things is what Immunize Nevada is all about.

In fact, it’s one of our core values. We aim to “set big goals, persist in the face of challenges, take risks, and continue to look around the corner to uncover solutions.” As a statewide organization, whose offices span the Silver State, it takes bold people with big ideas to help keep Nevadans healthy.

Four-legged Friends Can Get The Flu Too!

This flu season has been a rough one so far. And it appears to be just as “ruff” for dogs!

Take a Risk and Invest in Health Care

Every year, we reset at the New Year and make investments and take risks. But why do we dismiss the ability to make an investment in our health care? 

Announcing our 2017 InFLUencer Award Nominees!

In honor of National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW), Immunize Nevada is proud to announce this year's InFLUencer Award Nominees!

Grateful for Team Vaccine

As we head into the season of giving, I encourage you to reach out and see for yourself what makes our team, and the life-saving work we do, so amazing.

Tis the Season for Gratitude and Gridiron

Thanksgiving is full of traditions: dinner with family and college football rivalries. Here in Nevada, are you Wolf Pack Blue or Rebel Red?

Our Troops Need Flu Shots (And Other Vaccinations) Too!

Immunization record of Staff Sergeant Eric W. Sandquist, US Army Air Corps, 1940s.

Since the late 1700’s, our troops have been vaccinated to not only protect them personally, but to help them accomplish their missions.

MythBusters: Flu Vaccine Edition

Everyone 6 months and older can get the flu vaccine at clinics, pharmacies, or physician offices. Deaths from influenza are already being reported, so don't delay.

Our Team Leads by Example

I get to spend my workdays with a group of smart, dynamic, and amazing public health professionals; who are also the first to roll-up their sleeves to get a flu shot.

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