• Public Health Outreach

    • Get Grants for Vaccine Events

      You can receive up to $2,000 to support local vaccination events in 2013. TMA's Be Wise — ImmunizeSM will offer Local Impact Grants for events that target children, adolescents, or adults. Eligible applicants are physicians, medical students, TMA Alliance chapters, and county medical societies.   
  • TMA's Public Health Outreach Programs

    • Be Wise — Immunize
      Be Wise — ImmunizeSM  is a public health initiative of the Texas Medical Association. The program works with physicians, medical students, and TMA Alliance members to improve vaccination rates in Texas through education and hands-on immunization clinics. Be Wise offers physicians current information and best practices on vaccinations, and educational materials to promote the importance, safety, and effectiveness of vaccines. Be Wise also provides educational materials and merchandise to enhance local vaccination clinics. Thanks to
      H-E-B and TMF Health Quality Institute for generous gifts that provide major support for the Be Wise — Immunize program
    • Hard Hats for Little Heads
      The Texas Medical Association’s Hard Hats for Little Head bicycle helmet giveaway program was created to help reduce head injury among Texas children. A properly fitting helmet can prevent almost all head injuries — up to 85 percent — the most common cause of disability or death in a bicycle crash. Hard Hats for Little Heads promotes fun exercise, and teaches parents and children the importance of wearing a properly fitted helmet. Hard Hats for Little Heads is made possible through a grant from the TMA Foundation thanks to top donors — Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Prudential, and two anonymous foundations — and gifts from physicians and their families
    • AMA Healthier Life Steps
      The Texas Medical Association brings you the American Medical Association (AMA) Healthier Life Steps® program to help you improve your patients’ health. Physicians and their patients can find resources and tools for establishing and supporting healthy lifestyle goals. The program focuses on healthy eating, increasing physical activity, quitting smoking, and reducing high-risk alcohol consumption.