CCIC Provider Education: Hepatitis B in Immigrant Populations – The Need for Improved Testing, Vaccination, and Ongoing Care
In this presentation, Dr. Janine Young, Medical Director of the Denver Health Refugee Clinic, will discuss key health concerns in refugee and immigrant populations, including hepatitis B. Dr. Young will provide an overview of the epidemiology of hepatitis B and the importance of hepatitis B testing, vaccination, and treatment, and will review strategies to improve screening and vaccination for refugees to ensure a healthy transition from abroad.
Wednesday, March 20
1:00 – 2:30 pm MDT
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Disease Prediction Project: Johns Hopkins
Public health experts, epidemiologists, clinicians and others with on-the-ground understanding of conditions surrounding disease outbreaks are invited to participate in a new disease prediction project developed by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. This platform is designed to use collective intelligence to provide health security leaders with crowdsourced forecast data to inform their decision making about infectious disease preparedness and response policies and interventions. To register.
Education on Your Own
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