Fall 2019 Immunization Conferences

Agency: Community Health

 A group of diverse health care providers - some females, some males, different ethnicities


Dates and Locations of the 2019 Conferences

October 8 - Marquette

October 10 - Grayling

October 29 - Grand Rapids

October 30 - Kalamazoo

November 1 - Flint

November 5 - Lansing

November 7 - Rochester

November 8 - Dearborn

Michigan's Annual Immunization Conferences

The MDHHS Fall Regional Immunization Conferences offer an excellent opportunity for health care professionals to get up-to-date information on vaccines. These conferences have been offered annually for more than 20 years, and consistently receive high ratings from attendees. Their primary goal is to update providers on immunization issues that affect people of all ages.

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.

Michigan's 2019 Annual Immunization Conferences Flyer

Please continue to check the website for updated information.  Registration information can be found here when it becomes available. 

More Information

Contact the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Division of Immunization at 517-335-8159.


Related Documents
2019 Fall Conference Flyer PDF icon