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Who responsibility is it to prescribe specific immunization and
chemoprophylactic requirements for their units per requirements established by this publication
Command medical authority
Who responsibility is it to ensure military and nonmilitary personnel under their jurisdiction receive required immunizations and chemoprophylaxis.
Combatant commanders
major command commanders,
unit commanding officers,
officers–in–charge.
Who responsibility is it to maintain appropriate international, Federal, State, and local records of all immunizations and chemoprophylaxis.
Combatant commanders
major command commanders,
unit commanding officers,
officers–in–charge.
Who responsibility is it to ensure personnel transferred to another command receive proper screening for and administration of appropriate
immunizations and chemoprophylaxis for the area assigned, timed to provide immunity before deployment or exposure.
Combatant commanders
major command commanders,
unit commanding officers,
officers–in–charge.
Who responsibility is it to ensure deviations from specified immunizations are cleared or authorized by the appropriate combatant commander;
surgeon general; or CG–11, USCG.
Combatant commanders
major command commanders,
unit commanding officers,
officers–in–charge.
Who responsibility is it to Observe International Military Standardization Agreements (STANAGs), including STANAG 2037, STANAG
2491, and STANAG 3474.
Combatant commanders
major command commanders,
unit commanding officers,
officers–in–charge.
Who responsibility is it to Ensure individuals administering immunizations are properly trained in accordance with Department of Defense
(DOD), Service, USCG, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and act within their scope
of practice as determined by each Service. These training standards will include baseline and annual refresher training.
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Ensure individuals administering immunizations are properly trained in accordance with Department of Defense
(DOD), Service, USCG, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and act within their scope
of practice as determined by each Service. These training standards will include baseline and annual refresher training.
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Appoint, in writing, a privileged physician as medical director of any clinic or activity that administers immunizations
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Ensure current national standards for adult and pediatric immunizations and chemoprophylactic practices are
followed and local practices incorporate requirements of policies contained in references listed at appendix A.
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Ensure patients are evaluated for preexisting immunity or need for medical exemptions to immunization, and that
granted exemptions are documented
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Ensure patients needing evaluation of adverse events after immunization are referred to appropriate medical
providers, such as the medical subspecialists, including specialists in immunization health care for evaluation, consultation,
or indicated intervention.
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Ensure compliance with policies and procedures for creating and maintaining immunization records.
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Ensure emergency medical response is available; that personnel who administer immunizations are trained at a
minimum in basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the administration of epinephrine; that medical personnel practice
emergency responses; and that health care providers are available to respond to adverse events resulting from
immunization.
Medical commanders, commanding officers,
and command surgeons
Who responsibility is it to Operate a Military Vaccine Office to provide the military Services with a coordinated source for information and
education of vaccine–related activities needed in order to implement DODD 6205.3 and DODI 6205.2.
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The Army, as Executive Agent for the Military Immunization Program
Who responsibility is it to Measure and analyze implementation of immunization policies as indicators of readiness,safety,and
effectiveness.
The Army, as Executive Agent for the Military Immunization Program
Who responsibility is it to Support quality of standardized automated immunization tracking systems (ITS).
The Army, as Executive Agent for the Military Immunization Program
Who responsibility is it to Establish joint clinical quality standards for vaccine administration and for the education and training of
personnel in vaccine health care.
The Army, as Executive Agent for the Military Immunization Program
Who responsibility is it to Review these standards annually and revise them as necessary.
The Army, as Executive Agent for the Military Immunization Program