The 36th National Immunization Conference of CDC

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 Monday, April 29, 2002

8:00 AM-9:00 AM
  Welcoming Continental Breakfast and Networking Opportunity

9:30 AM-12:00 PM
  PLENARY SESSION - Opening Plenary and Awards Presentation

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
  PLENARY SESSION - Immunization Policy

4:00 PM-5:00 PM
  Immunization Q & A (Session 1)
 
 Tuesday, April 30, 2002

6:30 AM-7:30 AM
  FITNESS EVENT - CardioSalsa

8:00 AM-10:00 AM
  PLENARY SESSION - Reaching Populations We Haven't Yet Reached

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
A1  Immunization 101
A2  Shedding Light on Hot Topics in Vaccine Safety
A3  2003 Immunization Grant Guidance
A4  Updates in Varicella, Rubella and Measles
A5  Update on the Epidemiology of Pertussis, Haemophilus and Tetanus in the US
A6  Media Power in Influenza Campaigns
A7  Factors Contributing to Under-Immunization
A8  "Flu Season" Vaccines in High Risk Populations
A9  Identifying and Meeting Provider Educational Needs
A10  Hepatitis A Vaccination: Evaluating Programs and Measuring Coverage
A11  Using the new Adult Clinical Assessment Software Application (ACASA) to Track Immunizations and Provide Feedback to Clinics
A12  Immunization Registry Challenges: Part 1
A13  School-based Vaccination Assessment Surveys: Methodologies -- Part 1
A14  Reaching Out to Spanish-Speaking Consumers
A15  The Economics of Implementing Immunization Protocols
A16  Methods for Performing Registry-Based Coverage Assessments
A17  The WIC-Immunization Linkage: Evaluating Process and Policy
A18  Improving Registry Data Quality

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
  PLENARY SESSION - Adult and Adolescent Immunization

4:30 PM-6:00 PM
B1  What's New in the General Recommendations on Immunization
B2  Vaccine Safety Concerns and Beliefs Among Activists, Parents, and Providers
B3  California's Immunization Skills Institute: A Train the Trainer Workshop
B4  Increasing Vaccination Rates in Diverse Communities: Research, Partnerships and Programs
B5  Rotavirus Vaccines: The Old and the New
B6  Methods for Assessing Vaccination Coverage Among Children
B7  The Real Cost of Influenza Vaccination: What are Fair Provider Reimbursement Rates?
B8  Strategies for Developing Effective Immunization Materials and Website: Lessons learned from the 2001-2002 Influenza Campaign
B9  AFIX Core Elements
B10  Registry Participation: Getting Providers on Board
B11  Pertussis in the U.S. What is going on? Session 1
B12  A Provider's Perspective on Immunization Registries
B13  School-based Vaccination Assessment Surveys: Addressing Special Populations -- Part 2
B14  Community Partnerships: Focusing for Success
B15  Update from the Global Immunization Division: Polio eradication, measles elimination and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization
B16  Challenges in the laboratory Diagnosis of Measles
B17  Lessons from the Field: Tailoring Immunization Strategies to Urban and Minority Communities
B18  Vaccine Economics: A National / International Research Agenda
 
 Wednesday, May 1, 2002

6:30 AM-8:30 AM
  FITNESS EVENT - Walk/Run

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
C1  Vaccine Safety - Basic Course on Clinical Aspects to Controversies
C2  Immunization 101 (Repeat)
C3  Vaccine Safety Studies
C4  Nurse Power in Promoting and Delivering Immunizations
C5  Selecting Vaccines for Your Formulary: Tools for Purchasing Decisions
C6  Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention
C7  Risk factors for Under-Immunization in Children
C8  The "I" of AFIX: Incentives, Recognition, and Rewards
C9  Integrating Hepatitis A and B Immunization Services into Existing Public Health Programs
C10  Partnerships in Adult Immunization
C11  Pertussis in the U.S. What is going on? Session 2
C12  Immunization Registry Challenges: Part 2
C13  Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA): Measurement, Implementation and Evaluation
C14  Risk Factors and Intervention To Sustain Immunization Coverage Levels Among Preschool Children
C15  Immunization Programs, Barriers, and Cultural Issues in Minority Communities
C16  The WIC-Immunization Linkage: Evaluating Risk of Underimmunization
C17  Lessons from the Field Part 2: Innovative Reminder/Recall and community education strategies in Urban/Minority Populations
C18  Evaluating New Respiratory Vaccines in Children: Results of the New Vaccine Surveillance Network

12:00 PM-1:30 PM
  Immunization Q & A (Session 2)

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
  PLENARY SESSION - Vaccine Safety

4:30 PM-6:00 PM
D1  What's New in the General Recommendations on Immunization (Repeat)
D2  Increasing the Impact of Immunization and Communication Materials--Essential Visual Design Principles for Immunization Programs
D3  Immunization Exemptions for School Entry: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Consequences
D4  The AFIX Exchange
D5  Supporting Providers in Giving the Immunization Message to Parents
D6  Improving the Health of Adolescents: Vaccination and beyond
D7  Interventions to Reach the High Risk and Reduce Disparities in Adult Immunization
D8  Using Registries to Support Immunization Program Activities Part 1
D9  Coalitions: Enabling Change
D10  Economic Evaluation of Immunization Programs
D11  Improving the Immunization of Seniors in Long Term Care Facilities: The Standing Orders Project (SOP) - Part 1
D12  Varicella Outbreak Investigations and Control
D13  The Registry Toolbox
D14  Help Providers Promote Immunizations, then Reward!
D15  Accessing and Analyzing the National Immunization Survey Data
D16  Immunization Registry Impact on Provider Operations
D17  Provider Education Strategies
D18  Hepatitis B Vaccination in Correctional Settings
 
 Thursday, May 2, 2002

6:30 AM-7:30 AM
  FITNESS EVENT - Hatha Yoga

8:00 AM-10:00 AM
  PLENARY SESSION - Immunization Programs

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
E1  Smallpox: What To Do Now
E2  California's Immunization Skills Institute: A Train the Trainer Workshop (Repeat)
E3  Updates on Vaccine Safety Initiatives
E4  How Do I Reach Everybody that Needs to be Vaccinated?
E5  2003 Immunization Grant Guidance (Repeat)
E6  Hepatitis Vaccination Programs for High Risk Adolescents and Adults
E7  A Beginner's Guide to Successful VFC-AFIX Activities
E8  Using Registries to Support Immunization Program Activities Part 2
E9  Using the Web to Effectively Communicate Immunization Information
E10  International Polio Eradication Activities
E11  Improving the Immunization of Seniors in Long Term Care Facilities: The Standing Orders Project (SOP) - Part 2
E12  Varicella Epidemiology and Surveillance
E13  Hepatitis A Among Children
E14  Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine
E15  Economic Impact of Immunization on Coverage Levels, Supply, and Immunization Practices
E16  Immunization Registry-Based CASA Assessments
E17  Haemophilus influenzae, Polio, and Diphtheria: Experience in the US
E18  Medicare Billing A to Z

1:00 PM-3:00 PM
  SPECIAL SESSION on Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response

3:00 PM-3:30 PM
  PLENARY SESSION - Closing Plenary
 
 Unscheduled Sessions

 
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