Immunization Provider Education Series
This webinar series brings subject matter experts to discuss timely topics during the lunch hour every other month. Each webinar will feature a different guest speaker and will focus on one topic area. These webinars are free and offer attendees the opportunity to hear best practices, up-to-date information, and more. At the conclusion of the presentation attendees also have the opportunity to ask the experts questions. Participation with this series is encouraged for all those involved in immunization services.
2019 Webinar Series
General Session Information:
Pneumococcal Disease and Vaccines for Adults
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 12-1 pm
Presentation by Almea Matanock, MD, MS, Division of Bacterial Diseases (DBD), CDC/NCIRD
Dr. Matanock from CDC will discuss pneumococcal disease manifestations; discuss the pneumococcal vaccines currently available in the U.S.; review the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations for pneumococcal vaccine use among adults; share tools and resources for providers; discuss pneumococcal disease trends in the U.S.; present case studies for discussion; and host a question and answer session.
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2019 Childhood Catch-Up Immunization Schedule
(March 12, 2019)
Presentation by Tina S. Objio, BSN, MSN, RN, CDC/NCIRD, Nurse Educator
Ms. Objo from CDC will review the Childhood Catch-up schedule. She will provide an overview of how the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations are created; discuss background information on Childhood Immunizations Schedule; share tools and resources that providers may use to assist when evaluating children that are "behind" on immunizations; present case studies for discussion; and hold a question and answer session.
For a list of resources, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vaccine Hesitancy and Your Patients
(February 4, 2019)
Presentation by Jay Rosenbloom, MD, PhD, Boost Oregon
Jay Rosenbloom, MD, PhD, from Boost Oregon, a pediatrician for over 20 years, will share his approach with vaccine-hesitancy. He will discuss how his approach changed over time from ineffective to very effective; provide a summary of scientific literature as to where parents get their vaccination information and what changes their minds; provide context as to why parents are vaccine-hesitant; discuss parents’ perceptions of risk; and host a question and answer session.
For a copy of the slides, please contact email@example.com.
2018 Webinar Series