Training Opportunities
Pneumococcal
ImzU - On-Demand Training
Who Should Watch
These presentations are directed primarily towards a military audience, but are open to everyone with a IHB Immunization University (ImzU) Account, via the MyImzU interface. The primary audience for these presentations are those responsible for and involved in DoD vaccination programs; health care providers, vaccinators and clinic supervisors from immunization clinics, logisticians, preventive medicine specialists and those involved in local immunization policy development, hospital training departments and other healthcare staff interested in increasing their immunization knowledge.
Curricula
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Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Training 2014-15
     This is a 5 module online course, plus quiz, that will provide Military Healthcare Personnel with important and comprehensive information concerning the influenza vaccine.
07 Aug 14
Storage & Handling Training
     This is a 4 module online course (note that the second module has been split in two parts), plus quiz, that will provide military healthcare personnel that administer immunizations with the proper vaccine storage and handling procedures that should be followed to ensure vaccine potency and stability.
21 Feb 14
DoD Smallpox Vaccination Training
     This is an 8 module online course designed to satisfy the DoD approved smallpox training requirement for medical personnel administering smallpox vaccinations.
10 Sep 12
Adenovirus Vaccine Training
     This is a 3 module online course (plus quiz) that will provide Military Healthcare Personnel with important and comprehensive information concerning the adenovirus vaccine.
18 Oct 11
Courses
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Smallpox Vaccine - Individuals Brief
     Training for individuals about to receive the smallpox vaccine; covering policy, the risks/benefits associated with the smallpox vaccine, situations where you should not receive the vaccine, expected response at the smallpox vaccination site, and post-vaccination site care. Also includes info on possible vaccine side effects.
23 Jun 14
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
     MILVAX Webcast by Dr. Geoffrey Evans, 15 Jul 2010
12 Aug 10
Anthrax Vaccine - Individuals Briefing
     Includes AVIP key messages, current policy, the threat, the disease and the vaccine, dosage schedule and route of administration, exemptions and adverse reactions.
18 Aug 09
Anthrax Vaccine - Health Care Providers Briefing
     Includes AVIP key messages, current policy, the threat, the disease and the vaccine, dosage schedule and route of administration, exemptions, adverse reactions, storage and handling of the vaccine, and documentation.
18 Aug 09
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)
     On-Demand version of the VAERS webcast; presented by Dr. Limone Collins on 19 Feb 09.
25 Feb 09
ImzU - Webcasts
Course Description

IHB is hosting a series of webcasts on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases of military interest. Our goal is to provide an engaging series of live, on-line training events. Our presenters will include both military and civilian experts, speaking on topics of interest to the "Vaccine" community.

These presentations are directed primarily towards a military audience, but are open to everyone with a IHB Immunization University (ImzU) Account, via the MyImzU interface. The presentation schedule will be available several months in advance, however registration for each monthly webcast will opened only after completion of the current months event.

The sessions will be approximately 45-60 minutes long, and consist of a 30-45 minute presentation, followed up by a question and answer segment. They will be streamed live to your computer desktop via Adobe Connect. The audio will be available only via VOIP.

Who Should Attend
The primary audience for these presentations are those responsible for and involved in DoD vaccination programs; health care providers, vaccinators and clinic supervisors from immunization clinics, logisticians, preventive medicine specialists and those involved in local immunization policy development, hospital training departments and other healthcare staff interested in increasing their immunization knowledge.
IHB Webcast Schedule
ImzU WebcastDate/Time  
Highlights of ACIP General Recommendations on ImmunizationHealthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Bruce McClenathan, MD, FACP, FAAAAI, Medical Director of Defense Health Agency (DHA) Immunizations Regional Office at Fort Bragg North Carolina, provides "Highlights of the ACIP General Recommendations on Immunization." Highlights of ACIP General Recommendations on Immunization
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Bruce McClenathan, MD, FACP, FAAAAI, Medical Director of Defense Health Agency (DHA) Immunizations Regional Office at Fort Bragg North Carolina, provides "Highlights of the ACIP General Recommendations on Immunization."
Wed, 18 Nov 15
(12:00 - 13:00 ET)
Register via ImzU
ImzU - Archived Webcasts
Course Description

IHB is hosting a series of webcasts on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases of military interest. Our goal is to provide an engaging series of live, on-line training events. Our presenters will include both military and civilian experts, speaking on topics of interest to the "Vaccine" community.

These presentations are directed primarily towards a military audience, but are open to everyone with a IHB Immunization University (ImzU) Account, via the MyImzU interface. Below please find a list of archived webcasts.

The sessions are each approximately 45-60 minutes long.

Who Should Attend

The primary audience for these presentations are those responsible for and involved in DoD vaccination programs; health care providers, vaccinators and clinic supervisors from immunization clinics, logisticians, preventive medicine specialists and those involved in local immunization policy development, hospital training departments and other healthcare staff interested in increasing their immunization knowledge.  

Available Training
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DOD Pregnancy Registry History & Updates - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Margaret Ryan, Medical Director of Defense Health Agency Immunization Healthcare Branch Regional Office at Naval Medical Center San Diego, provides a brief on the history and updates of DOD Pregnancy Registry(s). She will provide information on historical issues/challenges and the way forward. (Recorded on 11 May 2015)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Margaret Ryan, Medical Director of Defense Health Agency Immunization Healthcare Branch Regional Office at Naval Medical Center San Diego, provides a brief on the history and updates of DOD Pregnancy Registry(s). She will provide information on historical issues/challenges and the way forward. (Recorded on 11 May 2015) 14 May 15
Tips: Addressing Vaccine Hesitant Parents - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Amber A McCusker, a Pediatrician and Medical Director of Tuttle Army Health Clinic, provides a brief on Tips on Addressing Vaccine Hesitant Parents. She will provide information on best practices on handling various issues/challenges. (Recorded on 18 Mar 2015)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Amber A McCusker, a Pediatrician and Medical Director of Tuttle Army Health Clinic, provides a brief on Tips on Addressing Vaccine Hesitant Parents. She will provide information on best practices on handling various issues/challenges. (Recorded on 18 Mar 2015) 19 Mar 15
Overview: 2015 ACIP Immunization Schedule 0-18 Yrs -Archived
     Join us as Dr. Heather Crouch GSK, Medical Science Liaison - Vaccines North America Medical Affairs, presents Review of the 2015 ACIP Immunization Schedule focusing on charts and footnotes for ages 0 through 18 years. (Recorded on 12 Mar 2015)
Join us as Dr. Heather Crouch GSK, Medical Science Liaison - Vaccines North America Medical Affairs, presents Review of the 2015 ACIP Immunization Schedule focusing on charts and footnotes for ages 0 through 18 years. (Recorded on 12 Mar 2015) 12 Mar 15
Importance of & Updates in Vaccine Safety - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we acknowledge Patient Safety Awareness and discuss "The Importance of and Updates in Vaccine Safety". COL Jorge Carrillo, Deputy Chief of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Immunization Healthcare Branch (IHB), will provide a brief on the latest changes and implementations within Patient Safety. (Recorded on 04 Mar 2015)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we acknowledge Patient Safety Awareness and discuss "The Importance of and Updates in Vaccine Safety". COL Jorge Carrillo, Deputy Chief of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Immunization Healthcare Branch (IHB), will provide a brief on the latest changes and implementations within Patient Safety. (Recorded on 04 Mar 2015) 04 Mar 15
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Updates - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Cathy Witkop, an OB-GYN, Preventive Medicine physician, provides a brief on the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Disease and Vaccine. She will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 21 Jan 2015)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Cathy Witkop, an OB-GYN, Preventive Medicine physician, provides a brief on the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Disease and Vaccine. She will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 21 Jan 2015) 21 Jan 15
Meningococcal Disease & Vaccine Updates - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as CDR Dennis Faix and Dr. Michael Broderick discuss "Meningococcal Disease and Vaccine 2014 Updates." Topics covered will include ACIP recommendations, clinical features, and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 10 Dec 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as CDR Dennis Faix and Dr. Michael Broderick discuss "Meningococcal Disease and Vaccine 2014 Updates." Topics covered will include ACIP recommendations, clinical features, and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 10 Dec 2014) 10 Dec 14
Ebola Updates and Current Efforts - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as COL Shon Remich, Director of Translational Medicine Branch, WRAIR discuss, "Ebola Updates and Current Efforts." Topics covered will include clinical features, current efforts, and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 01 Dec 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as COL Shon Remich, Director of Translational Medicine Branch, WRAIR discuss, "Ebola Updates and Current Efforts." Topics covered will include clinical features, current efforts, and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 01 Dec 2014) 01 Dec 14
2014-2015 Influenza Season Overview - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Jay Montgomery, an allergist/immunologist, family physician, and the Clinical Service Office Director for MILVAX-VHCN provides an overview of the 2014-2015 Influenza Vaccine and Vaccine Program. He will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 29 Oct 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Jay Montgomery, an allergist/immunologist, family physician, and the Clinical Service Office Director for MILVAX-VHCN provides an overview of the 2014-2015 Influenza Vaccine and Vaccine Program. He will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 29 Oct 2014) 29 Oct 14
Updates on Polio Disease and Vaccine - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we discuss "Updates on Polio Disease and Vaccine." Mrs. Ellyn W. Ogden, MPH, USAID Worldwide Polio Eradication Coordinator, will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 27 Aug 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we discuss "Updates on Polio Disease and Vaccine." Mrs. Ellyn W. Ogden, MPH, USAID Worldwide Polio Eradication Coordinator, will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 27 Aug 2014) 27 Aug 14
Protecting Against Japanese Encephalitis - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we discuss the importance of protecting yourself and others against Japanese Encephalitis. COL Heechoon Lee and Dr. Terry Klein, will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, and issues/challenges faced by anyone in infected areas. (Recorded on 30 July 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we discuss the importance of protecting yourself and others against Japanese Encephalitis. COL Heechoon Lee and Dr. Terry Klein, will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, and issues/challenges faced by anyone in infected areas. (Recorded on 30 July 2014) 30 Jul 14
Helpful Summer Travel Tips - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Amanda Lee MPH, MCHES Health Education Specialist with Travelers' Health Branch Division of Global Migration and Quarantine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, shares some helpful summer travel tips that will assist you, as well as, your patients with returning healthy from your upcoming vacations. (Recorded on 16 July 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Amanda Lee MPH, MCHES Health Education Specialist with Travelers' Health Branch Division of Global Migration and Quarantine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, shares some helpful summer travel tips that will assist you, as well as, your patients with returning healthy from your upcoming vacations. (Recorded on 16 July 2014) 16 Jul 14
Updates in HPV in Men's Health - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we acknowledge Men's Health month and discuss "Updates in Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in Men's Heath." LTC Casey J. Geaney, MD, FAAP, FAAAAI, MC Chief, Allergy-Immunology-Immunizations Service Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, USUHS Walter Reed National Military Medical Center- Bethesda will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 18 Jun 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we acknowledge Men's Health month and discuss "Updates in Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in Men's Heath." LTC Casey J. Geaney, MD, FAAP, FAAAAI, MC Chief, Allergy-Immunology-Immunizations Service Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, USUHS Walter Reed National Military Medical Center- Bethesda will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 18 Jun 2014) 18 Jun 14
2014 Hepatitis A Vaccine Updates - Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we acknowledge Hepatitis Awareness and discuss "2014 Hepatitis A Vaccine Updates". COL Susan Fraser, MD, Chief, Infectious Disease Clinic will provides information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 21 May 2014)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we acknowledge Hepatitis Awareness and discuss "2014 Hepatitis A Vaccine Updates". COL Susan Fraser, MD, Chief, Infectious Disease Clinic will provides information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 21 May 2014) 21 May 14
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) Updates 2013-Archived Webcast
     Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we discuss Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) Vaccination Updates. Maj Troy W. Baker, USAF, MC (Director of Medical Education, 779th Medical Group, Chief, Allergy/Immunology) will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates, and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 16 Oct 2013)
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as we discuss Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) Vaccination Updates. Maj Troy W. Baker, USAF, MC (Director of Medical Education, 779th Medical Group, Chief, Allergy/Immunology) will provide information on clinical features, ACIP recommendations, policy updates, and issues/challenges. (Recorded on 16 Oct 2013) 16 Oct 13
Immunization Program Leaders Course (IPLC)
Course Description

The Immunization Program Leaders Course is a two day course designed to ensure credentialed healthcare providers, clinical managers, and other senior leaders understand responsibilities for the successful management of an immunization program.

Mission and Objectives:
The Immunization Program Leaders Course is to train credentialed healthcare providers,clinical managers, and other senior leaders to provide quality immunization services, exhibit competency when participating in risk communication activities, and exercise good immunization program management techniques for medical personnel assigned to administer immunizations in the clinic.

Who should attend:
Participants should be the credentialed providers (Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants), Nurses, and other healthcare personnel who provide direct oversight and management of immunization activities.

Course Training Objectives
IPLC Students
  • Identify the clinical policies and procedures for the management of an immunization program
  • Differentiate methods to improve the quality of vaccine delivery and address immunization issues
  • Discuss clinical emergency management and treatment of Adverse Events related to immunizations and tools for reporting such events
  • Discuss principles of mass immunization and travel related activities
  • Differentiate between Vaccine Error and Adverse Event Reporting systems
  • Develop and demonstrate techniques for immunization risk communication
Continuing Education Credits
Upon completion of the 2 day Immunization Program Leaders Course you may qualify for Continuing Education Credits (CME, CE & ACHE). Detailed information is available on the ImzU Continuing Education Credits page.
Register for Training

RegionImmunization Program Leaders Course LocationsStart Date End Date 
EUCOMLandstuhl Regional Medical Center Landstuhl Regional Medical Center 29 Jul 15 30 Jul 15Register via ImzU

Register for one of these training events by clicking on the register button and completing the on-line registration form. Please note that all applications must be validated and approved by the IHB. Email us at DoDVaccines@mail.mil for more information.


There are currently no upcoming IPLC's scheduled. Please check back at a later date.

** Training dates and locations on this schedule are tentative and are subject to change. Preliminary information is provided to help you reserve a space on your training calendar. Do NOT make any final TDY arrangements until you have registered for and received a course confirmation. The courses will be open for registration 45 to 90 days prior to the start of the training course, and once the event location details have been finalized.

For more information about upcoming training events, please contact your Immunization Healthcare Specialist or call IHB at (877)GET-VACC.
Request Local Training
The Immunization Program Leaders Course Team will come to your location upon request (see attached Info Paper). For more information, please contact your IHB Immunization Healthcare Specialist or send us an email including details about your unit, timeframe, number & types of people to be trained, etc.
Standards for Quality Immunization Practice Course (SQIPC)
Course Description

The IHB Standards for Quality Immunization Practice Course (SQIPC) is a one day course designed to ensure healthcare personnel are trained in vaccine policy, vaccine safety, effectiveness, and the standards of military immunizations. This is designed in accordance with the immunizations and Chemoprophylaxis for the Prevention of Infectious Diseases, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) guidelines and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for Immunization practice.

Mission and Objectives:
The mission of the Standards for Quality Immunization Practice Course is to provide evidence-based content to promote healthcare personnel development or performance of safe and effective Immunization healthcare delivery.

Who should attend:
Participants should be medical personnel involved in direct administration of immunizations, including Nurses, Corpsman, Medics, Healthcare Specialists and Immunization Technicians.

Course Training Objectives
SQIPC Teacher
  • Discuss the eight standards for military immunization and illustrate their use in daily clinic operations
  • Differentiate between the various DoD immunization program requirements
  • Discuss the importance of patient screening and education
  • Discuss immunization administration techniques with hands on demonstration
  • Discuss Vaccine errors and Adverse Events related to Immunizations and tools for reporting
  • Discuss staff training and resources
Continuing Education Credits
Upon completion of the Standards for Quality Immunization Practice Course you may qualify for Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credits as well Continuing Education Units for Emergency Medical Technicians. Detailed information is available on the ImzU Continuing Education Credits page.

Register for Training

Register for one of these training events by clicking on the register button and completing the on-line registration form. Please note that all applications must be validated and approved by the IHB. Email us at DoDVaccines@mail.mil for more information.


There are currently no upcoming SQIPC's scheduled. Please check back at a later date.

** Training dates and locations on this schedule are tentative and are subject to change. Preliminary information is provided to help you reserve a space on your training calendar. Do NOT make any final TDY arrangements until you have registered for and received a course confirmation. The courses will be open for registration 45 to 90 days prior to the start of the training course, and once the event location details have been finalized.

For more information about upcoming training events, please contact your Immunization Healthcare Specialist or call IHB at (877)GET-VACC.
Request Local Training
The Standards for Quality Immunization Practice Course Team will come to your location upon request (see attached Info Paper). For more information, please contact your IHB Immunization Healthcare Specialist or send us an email including details about your unit, timeframe, number & types of people to be trained, etc.
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ImzU Webcast: Highlights of ACIP General Recommendations on Immunization
Healthcare professionals are invited to join us as Dr. Bruce McClenathan, MD, FACP, FAAAAI, Medical Director of Defense Health Agency (DHA) Immunizations Regional Office at Fort Bragg North Carolina, provides "Highlights of the ACIP General Recommendations on Immunization."
18 Nov 2015 12:00
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 Adolescent Immunizations
The Role of New Serogroup B vaccines in Preventing Meningitis Outbreaks
Discussion of the unique challenges of meningococcal disease, new ACIP recommendations for serogroup B vaccine use, and considerations for future recommendations.
PRA Cat 1 05 Mar 2016
  
Module TitleCredit OfferedCredit Expiration
  PRA Cat 1 05 Mar 2016
 General Vaccine
Current Issues in Vaccines - Spring 2015
Topics: The serogroup B meningococcal vaccine: Who should get it?; The 9-valent HPV vaccine: New recommendations; The measles epidemic: A turning point?
ANCC CECPEPRA Cat 1 17 Mar 2016
  
Module TitleCredit OfferedCredit Expiration
  ANCC CECPEPRA Cat 1 17 Mar 2016
Current Issues in Vaccines – Spring 2014
Current Issues in Vaccines – Spring 2014
CEUPRA Cat 1 18 Mar 2015
  
Module TitleCredit OfferedCredit Expiration
Current Issues in Vaccines – Spring 2014 CEUPRA Cat 1 18 Mar 2015
EZIZ Training
Storage & Handling, Vsaccine Inventory Management, and Vaccine Administration Training
   
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Immunization: You Call The Shots 10 Modules
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.
ANCC CECECHCEUCPEPRA Cat 1 15 Jan 2015
  
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  ANCC CECECHCEUCPEPRA Cat 1 15 Jan 2015
Prevention and Control of Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Disease - ACIP
Prevention and Control of Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Disease - ACIP
ANCC CECECHCEUPRA Cat 1 21 Feb 2016
  
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  ANCC CECECHCEUPRA Cat 1 21 Feb 2016
Prevention and Control of Meningococcal Disease- MMWR
Prevention and Control of Meningococcal Disease- MMWR
ANCC CECECHCEUPRA Cat 1 22 Mar 2015
  
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  ANCC CECECHCEUPRA Cat 1 22 Mar 2015
 Pediatric Immunization
Immunization of Newborn Close Contacts
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.
ANCC CECECHPRA Cat 1 30 Sep 2014
  
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Pediatric Immunization Schedules Updated to Reflect Current Guidelines
Pediatric Immunization Schedules Updated to Reflect Current Guidelines
ANCC CEPRA Cat 1 11 Feb 2015
  
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  ANCC CEPRA Cat 1 11 Feb 2015
 Storage and Handling
Guidance for Proper Storage and Handling of Vaccines
Guidance for Proper Storage and Handling of Vaccines
   
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* Tentative training dates and locations on this schedule are subject to change. Preliminary information is provided to help you reserve a space on your training calendar. DO NOT make any final TDY arrangements until you have registered for and received a course confirmation. The courses will be open for registration 45 to 90 days prior to the start of the training course, and once the event location details have been finalized. For more information about upcoming training events, please contact your Immunization Healthcare Specialist or call IHB at (877) GET-VACC.
Merck cordially invites you to a medical education program for health care professionals only. Merck is sponsoring this program and the speaker is presenting on behalf of Merck. The program is a non-CME event. Various speakers will: • Describe pneumococcal disease burden • Understand the clinical significance of pneumococcal serotypes • Discuss pneumococcal disease in adult patients
Topics Covered: Childhood, Adolescent, and Adult Immunization Strategies, and Challenges Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Updates Influenza Vaccines: Giving the Right Dose at the Right Time Maternal Immunization Pneumococcal Vaccines across the Lifespan Special Populations including Immunocompromised Individuals Travel Vaccines: Don’t Leave Home without Them Vaccine Administration: From Refrigerator to Reimbursement Vaccines in Action