Patient Education and Resources
Newly Updated! Adolescent Immunizaton Tip Sheet: Now in English and Spanish
The Adolescent Health: Immunization Tip Sheet is a helpful handout for healthcare providers to use to communicate important immunization information to their adolescent patients during tele-health visits, yearly exams (sports physicals and school physicals), and routine office appointments. The patient education Tip Sheet is available on the NPHF website in both English and Spanish versions. It includes information for recommended immunizations for adolescents, common responses to immunizations, and what an adolescent should do if there is a response. It also includes helpful hints for making good healthcare choices, using six “S” words for adolescent health: Sleep, Stress, Safety, Sex, Support and Say No.
Download free copies of the Adolescent Health: Immunization Tip Sheet below:
Providers are encouraged to download, print, and review the Immunization Tip Sheet with their patients during their tele-health or office visits with adolescents.
NPHF acknowledges Renee Cantarini, DNP, ARNP, FNP-BC and Marjorie Crabtree, DNP, ANP, FNP for their expert contributions to updating this patient education tool.
"SAFETY IS THE POINT!"- NPHF is Proud to Support Public Health Efforts to Achieve Safe Sharps Disposal
SafeNeedleDisposal.org is your one-stop-shop for guidance on how to dispose of home-generated, used sharps correctly. Learn about disposal options where you live and work by clicking on your state, or entering your ZIP code and check out the educational print resources available. After exploring the educational resources on the SafeNeedleDisposal.org website, please complete their short survey to provide feedback that will be used to improve their site.
The educational hand-outs below give you tools and resources to use with your patients.
Updated in 2020
Starting Insulin - A Patient Guide
A series of 10 handouts for patients starting insulin
With the growing number of people affected by diabetes and moving from oral medication to insulin, the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation, in collaboration with the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, has developed a series of 10 patient handouts for patients starting insulin. These are free for clinicians and patients.
The series is available in low literacy or easy-to-read (6th to 8th grade level) and very low literacy or mostly pictorial (3rd to 5th grade level), in both English and Spanish.
Using Insulin to Treat your Diabetes: What It Means for You
Español: Updated in 2020
The Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation (NPHF) acknowledges the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved for their expertise in the initial development of this public education series, Starting Insulin. We also thank Nipro Diagnostics for providing initial funding. Funding for this 2020 update provided by NPHF.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Koenig, MA, CCMEP at email@example.com