G1 Issues In Vaccine Delivery to High-Risk Populations

Wednesday, March 30, 2011: 9:00 AM-10:00 AM
International Ballroom - West
Presenters in this workshop will review issues related to ensuring influenza vaccination of persons at high-risk of complications. Presentations will focus on missed opportunities among persons with asthma and other chronic conditions, and vaccine coverage among Alaska Native and American Indian populations.
Lisa Grohskopf

9:00 AM
Missed Opportunities for Influenza Vaccination Among Adults with Chronic Conditions, United States, 2009-2010 Influenza Season
Rosanna Setse, MD, MPH, PhD, Sr. Epidemiologist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Helen Ding, MD, MSPH; Gary Euler, DrPH, MPH; James Singleton, MS
9:20 AM
Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccination Among Adults 25-64 Years with Asthma--United States, 2010
Pengjun Lu, PhD, Senior Service Fellow, Centers for Disease & Prevention; David B. Callahan, MD; Helen Ding, MD, MSPH; Gary Euler, DrPH, MPH
9:40 AM
Monitoring Influenza Vaccine Coverage In American Indian/Alaska Native Patients Served by Indian Health Service-Funded Facilities
Amy Groom, MPH, IHS Immunization Program Manager/ CDC Public Health Advisor, CDC/IHS; Cheyenne Jim, MS
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