Continuing Education Events

An Old Friend is Back: The “What” and “Why” of Pertussis Reemergency

While the introduction of pertussis-containing vaccines has resulted in a significant reduction in pertussis disease, incidence has increased in recent years and disease burden has shifted to different age groups.  This presentation will review the changing epidemiology of pertussis and factors contributing to current trends, including the transition from whole-cell to acellular pertussis vaccines and the impact of vaccine hesitancy.  Vaccination is the most important tool for pertussis prevention and control and recommendations have evolved in response to changing epidemiology.  This presentation will also review the evolution of current recommendations and their role in maintaining community immunity, preventing disease among infants who are at highest risk for severe disease and preventing outbreaks in school settings.

When: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
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2019 Communicable Disease Summit

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Self Study

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.

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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.

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From the Immunization Action Coalition:

Vaccinating Adults: A Step-by-Step Guide