IPN: Adolescent Vaccines: How Pharmacists can make Strong Recommendations and Referrals
Every year in the United States, 33,700 women and men are diagnosed with a cancer caused by HPV infection. HPV vaccination could prevent more than 90% of these cancers from ever developing. Yet HPV vaccine rates continue to lag behind other vaccines—only half of U.S. adolescents are up to date. Pharmacists are uniquely positioned to have a positive impact on HPV vaccine delivery, given that on average, a pharmacy is available within two miles of every home in the United States. Pharmacists can identify which vaccines preteens need and motivate parents to make an appointment with their child’s doctor to get vaccinated. In some states, pharmacists can administer HPV vaccine to preteens.
During this webinar, a pharmacist will describe how pharmacists can make effective HPV vaccine recommendations and referrals. A CDC expert will describe effective communication techniques and CDC educational resources for healthcare providers and parents. The speakers will also answer your questions during the Q&A portion of this event.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT
Pink Book Wednesdays
From June 5 – September 25, CDC experts will discuss a chapter of Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (commonly known as “The Pink Book”), 13th Edition, and answer viewers’ questions. Webinars will be archived and posted within two weeks after each live event. Continuing education is available for each session. Advanced Registration is required.
Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
June 5 – Principles of Vaccination
June 12 – General Best Practice Guidelines, Pt. 1
June 19 – General Best Practice Guidelines, Pt. 2
July 10 – Immunization Strategies
July 17 – Vaccine Storage, Handling, and Administration
July 24 – DTaP/Tdap
July 31 – Rotavirus and Hepatitis A
August 7 – Meningococcal Vaccines
August 14 – Measles, Mumps, Rubella
August 21 – Polio and Hib
August 28 – Varicella and Zoster
September 4 – Hepatitis B
September 11 – HPV
September 18 – Pneumococcal Vaccines
September 25 – Influenza
Webinar: HPV Vaccination: Tools for Training Your Staff
In this one hour webinar, participants will learn to develop staff training within their office and effectively communicate with families about the importance of the HPV vaccine using the Same Way, Same Day app. Your office staff will gain HPV vaccine knowledge for the correct way to store, handle, and administer with the right tools they need.
Thursday, June 13, 2019
3:00 – 4:00 pm ET
AHEC: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Safety
The National AHEC Organization is pleased to provide you with this free continuing education opportunity to learn more about HPV vaccination safety. After completion, participants will have a better understanding of the background of HPV vaccine,vaccine safety systems and findings, cite effective communication messages on HPV vaccine safety, provide care and counsel for patients and families.
Online Training: Implementing Standing Orders Protocols for Adult Immunization
The content for this six-part webinar series will help healthcare settings implement SOPs for adult immunizations. The Executive Summary, provided by IAC executive director, Dr Deborah Wexler, gives a concise overview of the entire series presented by Drs William Atkinson and Litjen Tan. Attending this series does not earn Continuing Education (CE) credit. The series is developed and provided by IAC, IDCareLive, and Pfizer.
Registration is free but is required in order to view any session. The link will bring up a short registration form to create a free IDCareLive account, if you don’t already have one. After signing up, you will be transferred directly to the intended page.
Access the Executive Summary