Healthcare Provider Toolkit Print Materials

Single-Dose and Multi-Dose Vial Infographic
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Safe Injection Practices Coalition (SIPC) urge all healthcare providers to know the difference between single-dose and multiple-dose vials. This dynamic infographic walks healthcare providers through the safe use of vials from various perspectives – providers, office managers, and patients – and concludes with a quick quiz to test your knowledge of medication vials.

Suggested use: This infographic can be distributed as an educational tool to all members of your healthcare team or tailored for specific audiences.
Single-Dose and Multi-Dose Vial Infographic (publication #22-1599)

One & Only Campaign Posters
The Safe Injection Practices Coalition created four posters for healthcare settings that serve as reminders to adhere to safe injection practices. These posters are available to download in PDF format on the One & Only Campaign's website (links provided) and can be ordered free of charge in full-size  (17x25 inch) on the CDC-INFO website (publication numbers provided). 

Suggested use:  Posters can be placed in healthcare facilities in staff lounges and/or waiting rooms.
Rx for Safe Injections (publication #22-0696)
It's Elementary (publication #22-0697)
One & Only Campaign Logo for Providers (publication #22-0699)
One & Only Campaign Logo for Patients (publication #22-0700)
Insulin Pen poster (publication #22-1503)

One & Only Campaign Provider & Patient Brochures
To help education healthcare providers and patients, the Safe Injection Practices Coalition created an informational brochure that describes the importance of injection safety. These brochures are available to download in PDF format on the One & Only Campaign's website (links provided) and can be ordered free of charge on the CDC-INFO website (publication numbers provided). 

Suggested use: Brochures can be shared on an individual basis, provided in bulk at healthcare facilities (i.e., waiting rooms, community health fairs, etc.) or distributed by state and local health departments and other professional organizations for training and education purposes.
Healthcare Provider brochure (publication #22-0702)
Patient brochure (publication #22-0701)
Insulin Pen brochure (publication #22-1501)

Injection Safety Guidelines Pocket Card
The CDC created a portable guidelines document to remind healthcare providers about safe injection practices.  Based on official guidelines from the CDC, this pocket card-sized document is available to download in PDF format on the One & Only Campaign's website (link provided) and can be ordered free of charge on the CDC-INFO website (publication number provided). 

Suggested use: Healthcare administrators can distribute to providers in their practice.  Healthcare providers can keep the cards in their pockets for easy access. 
Injection Safety Guidelines Pocket Card (publication #22-0713)

Injection Safety Frequently Asked Questions
Many healthcare providers have questions about safe injection practices. To help educate and reeducate, the CDC created a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on safe practices for medical injections. This document is available to download in PDF format on the One & Only Campaign's website (link provided). 

Suggested use: Information on the fact sheet can be shared in hard copy, reviewed orally during a staff meeting, or used for other communication to healthcare providers and patients. Has it been a while since your last staff meeting? Here are some ideas to help you organize a meeting:  get "buy-in" from and confirm attendance of senior leadership, select a convenient date and time, provide food and beverages, identify goal of meeting and craft agenda around it, end your staff meeting with clear next steps and a proposed date for your next meeting.
FAQs Regarding Safe Practices for Medical Injections

Dangerous Misperceptions (Myths & Truths)
There are many myths floating around about what constitutes safe injection practices in healthcare settings. The Safe Injection Practices Coalition created a Myths & Truths document which is a hard copy version of material discussed in the Injection Safety Education Video and the Medscape Commentary. This document is available for download in PDF format on the One & Only Campaign's website.

Suggested use: Content can be uploaded onto websites, discussed during staff training seminars, and in other general educational purposes.
Dangerous Misperceptions (Myths & Truths) (publication #22-1178)

Injection Safety Checklist
The Safe Injection Practices Coalition created an easy to use check list for facilities. Similar to a risk assessment, the list contains the necessary components of injection safety for facilities to quickly assess their practices. 

Suggested use: Review practices on a routine basis to ensure consistency in care and adherence to injection safety.
Injection Safety Checklist (publication #22-1176)

Injection Safety Communication Documents
The Safe Injection Practices Coalition created several injection safety communication documents as part of the One & Only Campaign’s Digital Press Kit to help communicate about this critical issue. The infographic, Impact of Unsafe Medical Injections in the U.S., communicates the impact, consequences, and key prevention steps related to unsafe medical injections in the U.S. In addition, there is a One & Only Campaign background sheet. 

Suggested use: These communication documents can be used by healthcare providers, healthcare administration leaders, education coordinators, policy makers, patients, and patient advocates to communicate about this devastating, yet preventable, health issue.
Infographic (publication #22-1504)
About the Campaign (Background Sheet) (publication #22-1500)