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Real Time Immunization Monitoring System (RTIMS)

 

 

The Real Time Immunization Monitoring System (RTIMS) study is a nationwide CDC-sponsored project to monitor the safety of both the seasonal and H1N1 influenza vaccines in real time. 
 
RTIMS uses an automated web-based system developed at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health to follow up on vaccine recipients up to 6 weeks post-vaccination. 

Interested vaccine recipients are invited to complete online surveys that take 3-4 minutes; two short follow-up online surveys 1 week and 6 weeks after vaccination.  

Please click on the orange button below to start the survey or click on the appropriate link for more information.

  www.myflushot.org    
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Questions/Comments:  Please contact a study coordinator at flustudy@jhsph.edu or 410 502 5202.

 

 
 

This page was last updated on October 15, 2009

2009 Institute for Vaccine Safety