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Measles Outbreak Guidelines

Measles Testing Decision Tree

Measles Outbreak Control Decision Tree from NYSDOH

Physician Letter

Presumptive Immunity Criteria for Measles

• Two doses of measles-containing vaccine for:

– A school-aged child (grades K-12)
– An adult who will be in a setting that poses a high risk for measles transmission, including students at post-high school education institutions, people working in healthcare, and international travelers.

• OR one dose of measles-containing vaccine for:

– A preschool-aged child
– An adult who will not be in a high-risk setting for measles transmission.

• OR a laboratory confirmed that a person had measles at some point in his/her life.
• OR a laboratory confirmed that a person is immune to measles.
• OR born before 1957.

Measles Information page
 

Breastfeeding
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Heads Up to Clinicians: Addressing Concussion in Sports among Kids and Teens

CDC Pediatric mTBI Guideline 

Education and Training for Health Care Professionals
Vaccines and Immunizations

Infant Sleep - Let’s Talk!
Webinar Series: A conversation about infant sleep, hosted by the Mohawk Valley Infant Sleep Coalition

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Medscape Adult Immunization CME Learning Center
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