This is an overview of an immPACC Map. We are going to go over the part of the map, what the tokens mean and when to use them.

The Empty immPACC Map

The 1 minute video below shows you the 5 main sections of any immPACC Map.

The immPACC Map Tokens and Icons

All of these tokens and their descriptions are also in the Miro immPACC Map template for you to use in your immPACC Mapping sessions.

These are placed next to the map and not locked down so you can duplicate them and move the onto your map during a session.

General Map Tokens

Existing Immunization Service Card

You can pre-fill these before the session if you want to, to speed the start of the session. We suggest you do not put them on the map before the session, instead put them on, talk about each one, while showing how the process works.

New Immunization Clinic Idea Card

We use the grey cards for new, general ideas for immunization supports that are not so tied to a specific persona.

Duplicate this card and place on the map at the approximate area to document ideas for new services (e.g. physical clinics, pop up clinics, mobile units, etc.). You can use these in the "Other Ideas" section as well for new ideas that do not fit a specific geographic location.

Question Cards

Duplicate this card and place in the "Question / Parking Lot" section on the map to record questions or issues that come up that cannot be answered by the group in the session. This is very useful when you need to leave an issue in order to move the conversation forward. It is also helpful to have these when you are working on your feedback report as these often are follow-up actions for the group.

Location Markers

For some sessions, it can be helpful to use location markers. For example, you might want to use these to highlight specific buildings or other related services.

Also, in rural settings, you might want to use these to highlight smaller towns.