Training on Immunization Practice Strategies (T.I.P.S.)

TAPI, in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Health Services Immunization Program, presents free trainings that improve immunization practices in public and private providers’ offices. Participants receive valuable information on immunization friendly office practices, vaccine handling, state requirements, how to give shots and the state immunization registry.

Looking for Materials from COVID T.I.P.S? Click here!


Session 6: COVID Update, Protecting the Cold Chain & Preparing for Patients, June 16, 2022

Session 5: COVID Update & Vaccine Administration, May 19, 2022

Session 4: COVID Update, Empowering Patients, April 21, 2022

Session 3: COVID Update, ACIP Schedule Footnotes & Billing, March 17, 2022

Session 2: COVID Update, Vaccine Basics & ACIP Schedule, February 17, 2022

Session 1: Improving Vaccination Rates – Not Just for COVID-19!, January 20, 2022



Session 1: Why Vaccines are Important: Protecting Herd Immunity, June 10, 2021

Session 2: Vaccine Basics and Understanding the ACIP Schedule, June 24, 2021

Session 3: Protecting the Cold Chain And Preparing for Patients, July 8, 2021

Session 4: Empowering Patients and Administering Vaccines, July 22, 2021

Session 5: Best Practices for Immunization Delivery in Arizona, August 5, 2021

More materials coming soon!

During the federal emergency declared at the begining of COVID, premiums with KidsCare were waved. This may be ending soon, so make a plan now so your kids don't lose their healthcare! @CAA_Arizona

Join us this 4th of July weekend to share the patriotism of vaccinating to protect ourselves, our families, and our fellow Americans 🇺🇸 #WeThePeopleVax
Join the movement ➡️

It took so long for #vaccines to be approved for our youngest kids because the FDA needed to be sure that there was enough data from the tests. According to @AZAAP you can feel good about protecting your babies, toddlers, and preschoolers! #azfamilies #VaccinesWork

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Stay home if you are sick

Avoid close contact with
sick people and wear a mask

Cover your nose and mouth
when you sneeze

Wash your hands often

Clean and disinfect

Stay up to date on your vaccinations