The immunization regional workshops are offered annually by the Montana Immunization Program in five locations across the state. These workshops provide updates to healthcare providers on immunization related topics. The intended audience is immunization providers including, but not limited to, nurses, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, physicians and public health, Indian Health Service and tribal health staff.
See below for the agenda, directions, registration information and deadlines.
Wednesday, April 5th
Hampton Inn- 2301 14th St SW
Directions to Hampton Inn in Great Falls
Tuesday, April 18th
Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown- 200 S Pattee St
Directions to Holiday Inn Downtown in Missoula
Wednesday, April 19th
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort- 1500 Fairmont Rd
Directions to Fairmont Hot Spring Resort in Butte
Wednesday, April 26th
Sleep Inn & Suites- 1006 Haynes Ave
Directions to Sleep Inn and Suites in Miles City
Thursday, April 27th
Red Lion Hotel (Formerly the Billings Hotel & Convention Center)- 1223 Mullowney Ln
Directions to Red Lion Hotel in Billings
There is no cost to attend a workshop, however, each individual needs to pre-register so we can ensure adequate space and food for all participants. If multiple people are coming from one office, please pre-register each individual. If your plans change, please call the office to cancel, (406) 444-5580. Registration for all workshops is now closed.
A variety of immunization topics will be covered throughout the day. Please see the agenda for more detailed information.
Sign-in begins at 8:00 a.m. and presentations start at 8:30 a.m. The workshop will end at 4:15 p.m.
Nursing Contact Hours:
There is no cost for nursing contact hours. In order to receive 6.25 nursing contact hours, you must sign in at the beginning of the day and turn in your workshop evaluation at the end of the day. You will receive a certificate of completion when you turn in your evaluation.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.