A4 Advances in Understanding the Effectiveness, Coverage, and Impact of Rotavirus Vaccines

Presenters in this workshop will describe 1) a study of the effectiveness and duration of protection from rotavirus vaccine, 2) how a large medical claims database can provide timely national estimates of rotavirus vaccine coverage, and 3) and using a state immunization registry to assess uptake of rotavirus vaccine.
Monday, April 19, 2010: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
International Ballroom South
Daniel Payne, PhD, MSPH
11:00 AM
Effectiveness and Duration of Protection of Pentavalent Rotavirus Vaccine at a Large, Urban US Pediatric Hospital
Julie Boom, MD; Jacqueline Tate, PhD; Leila Sahni, MPH, Immunization Action Plan Coordinator, Texas Children's Hospital; Marcia Rench, BSN; Manish Patel, MD, MSc; Carol Baker, MD, FAAP, FIDSA; Umesh Parashar, MBBS, MPH
11:15 AM
Introductory Remarks
11:20 AM
Using Medical Claims Data for Timely Estimation of Rotavirus Vaccine Coverage
Lone Simonsen, PhD, Research Professor, George Washington University; Farid Khan, MPH; Laurel Edelman, BA
11:35 AM
Impact of Rotavirus Vaccination On Acute Care Visits, Hospitalizations and Laboratory Testing in Wisconsin, 2002-2008
Stephanie L. Schauer, PhD, Epidemiologist, Wisconsin Division of Public Health; Richard Heffernan, MPH; Jonathan L. Temte, MD, PhD; Carol Kirk; Peter A. Shult, PhD; Jeffrey P. Davis, MD
11:50 AM
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