B4 H1N1: Monitoring Vaccination Coverage and Safety, and Disease Severity among Pregnant Women

Presenters in this workshop will discuss 1) using private sector medical claims data to obtain near real-time estimates of influenza vaccine uptake; 2) a new electronic system developed by the Indian Health Service to guide pandemic response; and 3) severity of H1N1 disease among pregnant women.
Monday, April 19, 2010: 2:00 PM-3:00 PM
International Ballroom South
Gary Euler
2:05 PM
Near-Real Time Assessment of 2009-10 Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Coverage, Using Private Sector Surveillance Systems
Lone Simonsen, PhD, Research Professor, George Washington University; Laurel Edelman, BSc; Lindsay Jones, BS; Glenna Rohlfing, BSE, MBA; Farid Khan, MPH; Joel Greenspan, MD, MPH
2:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
2:20 PM
Use of An Electronic Health Record System to Guide 2009 Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) Response in the Indian Health Service
Amy Groom, MPH, IHS Immunization Program Manager/ CDC Public Health Advisor, CDC/IHS; John Redd, MD; Cheyenne Jim, MS; Theresa Cullen, MD, MS; Larry Layne, PhD; James Cheek, MD, MPH
2:35 PM
2009 Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) Virus Infection Among Pregnant Women in the United States, April–August, 2009
Alicia Siston, PhD, MPH, MS, Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer, CDC; Sonja Rasmussen, MD; Margaret Honein, PhD; Katherine Seib, MSPH; Denise Jamieson, MD; 2009 H1N1 Pregnancy Influenza Working Group
2:50 PM
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