To help educate healthcare professionals and patients on vaccine preventable diseases, APIC has created the following flyers that outline key points on herd immunity and protecting your children through vaccination. We encourage you to download and print these free flyers and share them with your healthcare facilities.

Have You Herd

The “Have you Herd” infographic is for sharing with healthcare professionals. It stresses the need to protect the herd through vaccination, focusing specifically on the MMR vaccine.

Download this infographic.

Protect: Helmets

There are three versions of this infographic that depict children being protected through use of car seats, bike helmets, and healthy eating. Designed for sharing with the patient community, they provide information about the danger of measles and safety of vaccines. Feel free to display and share throughout your facility and on your website!

Download this infographic.

Protect: Healthy Eating

There are three versions of this infographic that depict children being protected through use of car seats, bike helmets, and healthy eating. Designed for sharing with the patient community, they provide information about the danger of measles and safety of vaccines. Feel free to display and share throughout your facility and on your website!

Download this infographic.

Protect: Car Seats

There are three versions of this infographic that depict children being protected through use of car seats, bike helmets, and healthy eating. Designed for sharing with the patient community, they provide information about the danger of measles and safety of vaccines. Feel free to display and share throughout your facility and on your website!

Download this infographic.

We thank APIC’s Communications Committee for helping to develop these special infographic posters.

Copyright disclosure
The resources on the following pages are free to download and share. We encourage the use of our consumer resources for infection prevention education, provided that the information is not modified. Please attribute these resources to the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) and include the links to additional resources (if applicable). If you have questions, please contact info@apic.org.