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Flu Campaign / Vaccinations

Protect Yourself. Protect Your Loved Ones - Get Your Flu Shot Today!





Protect yourself and your loved ones this flu season! Getting a flu vaccine during 2020-2021 is more important than ever because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Flu vaccination is critical for healthcare providers and for ESRD patients who are considered high risk for Influenza, COVID-19, and other serious complications.

The ESRD Network of Texas (Network 14) is working to ensure that 85% of Network patients receive an influenza vaccination by December 31, 2020. 


Campaign Notification Letter


Fight the Flu featuring ESRD Network 14 Patient Advisory Committee (PAC)

National Kidney Foundation (NFK):  If You Have Kidney Disease, You Need To Get a Flu Shot This Fall

National Kidney Foundation (NFK) Webinar & Facebook Live: Why & How You Should Protec Yourself From Flu During COVID-19


Cleaning to Prevent Flu: ENGLISH, SPANISH

CDC: A Strong Defense Against Flu: Get Vaccinated! - ENGLISH and, SPANISH

CDC: Take 3 Actions To Fight Flu Brochure and Poster

CDC: Get Your Shot: Not Flu   Flyer and Poster 

CDC: Make a Strong Flu Vaccine Recommendation


COVID-19 vs Flu: Breaking Down the Differences  Document Slides

NCC: Get Your Flu Shot: Not Flu 

CDC: Roll Up Your Sleeve for Your Annual Flu Vaccine 

CDC: What Should You Do If You Get Flu? 

CDC: Key Facts About Flu Vaccines 



Texas Health Human Services: Influenza (Flu) Vaccine Guidance During COVID-19 Long-Term Care Regulatory Provider Letter

CROWNWeb User Guide: Entering Clinical Information

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Surveillance for Dialysis Patient Influenza Vaccination Resources

CDC Digital Media Toolkit: 2020-2021 Flu Season

The National FOURM of ESRD Networks Vaccination Toolkit

5-Diamond Safety Program; Influenza Vaccination Module (requires log-in, registration and participation is free)

CDC Healthcare Professional Toolkit

CDC Communication Resource center (free resources)

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases: Flu and COVID-19 resources