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Immunizations and Force Health Protection Prescription Products
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Upon completion of these knowledge-based activities, the pharmacist will be able to: Identify changes to vaccine recommendations necessary for compliance with standards of practice, Apply recent changes to guidelines to their vaccination program, and evaluate information on new or future vaccines for potential use in their practice.
Event: EZIZ TrainingEZIZ Training 25 Sep 14
EZIZ Training
For infants, particularly newborns, exposure to vaccine-preventable diseases can result in serious and often, life-threatening illness. Unfortunately, all too often, parents or other family members are the source of exposure. Dr. Shetal Shah, a Neonatologist with the Stony Brook University Medical Center, will share his innovative work in addressing this public health problem through the promotion and administration of vaccines to parents in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) setting. After watching this broadcast participants will be able to: Explain the role the NICU can play in the public health protection of neonates, Describe NICU-based administration of influenza vaccine, and Describe protocols for Tetanus, Diphtheria, Acellular Pertussis, (TDap) Vaccines.
You Call the Shots is an interactive, web-based immunization training course. It consists of a series of modules that discuss vaccine-preventable diseases and explain the latest recommendations for vaccine use. Each module provides learning opportunities, self-test practice questions,reference and resource materials, and an extensive glossary. The course is available free of charge on the CDC Vaccines and Immunizations website.
Pediatric Immunization Schedules Updated to Reflect Current Guidelines
Current Issues in Vaccines – Spring 2014
Prevention and Control of Meningococcal Disease- MMWR