The 37th National Immunization Conference of CDC

Ohio
Monday, March 17, 2003: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

A10: Three Experiments in Distance Learning

The advantages of distance learning for immunization training are examined through discussion of three successful programs two using videoconferencing and the third an on-line curriculum.
Learning Objectives: The participant will be able to state three advantages of distance-based immunization training over traditional paper-based or live classroom training, and identify two obstacles to using the videoconference medium to educate immunization providers.

Moderator:Donna Weaver
11:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
11:05 AMUtilizing Distance Training on Health Requirements for School Entry: Approaches to Enhance the Immunization Related Knowledge of School Administrators, Health Aides and Nurses and Improve the Quality of the School Immunization Assessment Report
Kate X. Cui, Scott Nishimoto, Heather Winfield-Smith, Gail Ogawa, Marci Nagao, Judy Strait-Jones, Malama Markowitz
11:25 AMProvider Education via Videoconference
Gail Ogawa, Kate X. Cui, Marci Nagao, Loriann M. Kanno, Judy Strait-Jones, Malama Markowitz
11:45 AMComparison of a Module from an Internet-Based Curriculum for Teaching Immunization Delivery and a Paper-Based Curriculum
Diane Langkamp, Paul M. Darden, Diane Kittredge, Carol Lancaster, Ben O. Gilbertson
12:05 PMDiscussion

The 37th National Immunization Conference of CDC