Bayou A
Wednesday, May 12, 2004: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

C3: Integration of Hepatitis A and B Vaccine Services into Programs Serving High Risk Adults

The purpose of this workshop is to assist constituents in improving their delivery of viral hepatitis prevention services in programs known to serve adults and adolescents at high risk for infection (e.g. Sexually Transmitted Diseases clinics, HIV/AIDS counseling and testing sites, correctional facilities, etc) and how to evaluate the cost effectiveness of prevaccination testing.
Learning Objectives: After attending this workshop, participants should be able to describe programs that have successfully integrated hepatitis A and B vaccinations into various alternative settings.

Moderator:Hope King-Lewis
11:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
11:15 AMResources for New Providers of Hepatitis B Vaccination in Alternative Settings
Teresa Asper Anderson, Deborah L. Wexler
11:30 AMHepatitis A and Hepatitis B Vaccination in High Risk Adults: Florida's Experience With Integrating Services
Sandra Roush
11:45 AMCost-Effectiveness of Prevaccination Testing for Anti-HBc at Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics in the United States
Kaafee Billah, Joanna Buffington, Cindy Weinbaum, Julie Subiadur, Richard Zimmerman, Paula Murray, Robert Gunn
12:00 PMDiscussion

The 38th National Immunization Conference of CDC