Michigan's Annual Immunization ConferencesAgency:
Community Health, Department of
The 2014 Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) Regional Fall Immunization Conferences were held at the following locations in October and November:
|October 7 - Marquette
||October 24 - Troy
|October 9 - Gaylord
||November 18 - Grand Rapids
|October 21 - Flint
||November 19 - Kalamazoo
|October 23 - Dearborn
||November 21 - East Lansing
These slides were presented at the conference on Nov. 21, 2014, in East Lansing, Michigan. This information is valid as of 11/21/14.
These handouts will remain posted on this web page until February 2, 2015.
Welcome Handout - (Agenda, Continuing Education Information and Disclosures)
CDC Adult Immunization Update - Vaccine Update, Part 1
CDC Childhood Immunization Update - Vaccine Update, Part 2
State of the State: Where We Are - Part 1
State of the State: Where We Need to Go - Part 2
Twenty Years of Fall Immunization Conferences: Keeping Score of VPDs
Neighborhood Watch: Working Together to Ensure Adults are Vaccinated
Back to Basics
Making a Strong Provider Recommendation - Jevon McFadden, MD, MPH
Completing the 5-Step Immunization Process in a Busy Office - Matthew M. Davis, MD, MAPPP
Continuing Education is available for nurses, physicians and pharmacists.
Information about continuing education is included on pages 2-3 of the Welcome Handout.
Nurses and Physicians
Upon completion of your evaluation form and CME/continuing education processing, you will be sent an email with your certificate. However, please allow 4 weeks after the final conference takes place to process CME credits and contact hours.
Please contact Rosemary Franklin firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
About the Conferences
These conferences have been offered annually for the past 20 years and consistently receive high ratings from attendees. Their primary goal is to update health care providers on immunization issues that affect people of all ages – from the very young to the very old. The one-day conference will provide participants with a variety of practice-management tools, techniques and information that will help assure that all of their patients are fully immunized.
The conferences are appropriate for nurses, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, public health staff, pharmacists, physicians, physician assistants, medical and nursing students, and anyone interested in learning more about current immunization practice in Michigan.
While the conferences are intended for all immunizing providers representing diverse health care settings, physicians’ offices, in particular, may benefit from this immunization update and networking opportunity. However, everyone is welcome to attend this conference, and health care professionals from a variety of settings will find this training opportunity beneficial.
The registration fee for conference attendees is $50 per person and lunch will be included.
How to get Email Alerts from the MDCH Immunization Listserv
It's easy to have your email address added to the MDCH Immunization Listserv. Simply send an email message to email@example.com and enter the word SUBSCRIBE in the SUBJECT field. Once you have signed up, you will receive information about the MDCH Fall Regional Immunization Conferences. In addition, you will begin receiving the Michigan Immunization Timely Tips (MITT) newsletter, as well as other immunization-related updates on a periodic basis.
To unsubscribe from the MDCH Immunization Listserv, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with "UNSUBSCRIBE" in the subject line.
For more information
Contact Rosemary Franklin at email@example.com or 517-335-9485.