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NILE Webinars

Each month Immunize Nevada organizes webinars focused on multiple immunization-related topics and trends. Dozens of providers from throughout the country attend during lunchtime to earn continuing education credits at no cost.

2022 Webinars

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- Putting All the Pieces Together – How to Develop Community Based Vaccination Services and Meet the Needs of Vulnerable Patient Populations, Presented by Christina Madison, PharmD, FCCP, AAHIVP

Upon completion of this webinar, providers will be able to:

  • Determine when and why community-based vaccination services should be provided
  • Identify and determine vaccine needs
  • Provide examples of a patient case utilizing Nevada WebIZ
  • Discuss resources needed for developing a community-based immunization program 
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- An Overview for Parents and Caregivers: The COVID-19 Vaccine for Infants, Children and Youth, presented by Sarah Jane Smith, MPH, MA, Vanessa Slots, M.D. and Sydnie Walters, MPH Intern

Upon completion of this webinar, parents and caregivers will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits vs. the risks of the COVID-19 Vaccine for Infants, Children and Youth
  • Understand the impact that COVID-19 has had on children throughout the United States and within the state of Nevada
  • Know how to prepare their child for the COVID-19 Vaccine, including what to expect during and after the vaccine
  • Understand a layered approach to protecting their child, family, and community from COVID-19
  • Learn about the frequently asked questions parents and caregivers have about vaccinating their child against COVID-19
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- Using a sensory-friendly vaccine kit and creating a sensory-friendly vaccine clinic environment – A training for care providers, presented by Randall Owen; Lauren Brown; Sarah Jane Smith; Sydnie Walters; and Jessica Lamb

Upon completion of this webinar, providers will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of creating a sensory-friendly clinic environment
  • Understand the ways in which sensory overload can be a barrier to accessing healthcare, especially for children and youth with special healthcare needs
  • Utilize several tools common to sensory-friendly vaccine kits with children and youth, including how to care for and sanitize them
  • Utilize 2-3 different coping strategies for children and youth with special healthcare needs, when administering vaccines
  • Understand how to request access to a sensory-friendly vaccine kit for use in the state of Nevada
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- Meeting the Vaccine Needs of the LGBTQ+ Population, presented by Christina Madison, PharmD, FCCP, AAHIVP

Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Discuss the unique health care needs and health disparities impacting the LGTBQ+ community
  • Assess the vaccination needs of the LGTBQ+ community
  • Review vaccine recommendations based on the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Immunization Schedule
  • Determine best practices for providing vaccinations for LGTBQ+ and decreasing the incidence of vaccine preventable diseases 

 

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- COVID-19 for Parents/Caregivers: Vaccines, Myths & Implications for Pregnancy, Breast and Chest Feeding, and Gained Data From SET-NET Project,” presented by Sarah Jane Smith, MPH, MA, Natasha Nyquist-Smith, MPH, Jaimee Maranon, MS, and Dr. David Jackson

This webinar will focus on COVID-19 in three parts:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on pregnancy outcomes
  • The burden of COVID-19 and health disparities
  • The science behind the safety of the COVID-19 Vaccine while Pregnant, Breast or Chest Feeding
  • Reasons to vaccinate during pregnancy; including the benefits for pregnant persons and infants
  • Pregnancy-related vaccine myths and frequently asked questions

The second part:

  • The overview of the SET-NET project
  • The sampling distribution in Nevada
  • The trimester of COVID-19 diagnosis
  • Current birthing trends of the sampled cases
  • COVID-19 race and ethnicity distribution
  • Overview of the vaccination status in our sample population

The final part will be a facilitated Question and Answer Period with attendees.

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- The HPV Vaccine: What You Need to Know,” presented by Michelle Hoffman, MD, FAAP

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Describe HPV pathology, epidemiology, and its role in causing cancers
  • Review data on HPV vaccine rates and review current HPV vaccine recommendations
  • Analyze national and local HPV vaccine rate data
  • Identify barriers to HPV vaccination and illustrate ways to overcome such barriers
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- Provider focused COVID-19: Vaccines, Myths & Implications for Pregnancy, Breast and Chest Feeding, and Gained Data From SET-NET Project,” presented by Sarah Jane Smith, MPH, MA, Natasha Nyquist-Smith, MPH, Jaimee Maranon, MS, and Dr. David N. Jackson

This webinar will focus on COVID-19 in three parts:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on pregnancy outcomes
  • The burden of COVID-19 and health disparities
  • The science behind the safety of the COVID-19 Vaccine while Pregnant, Breast or Chest Feeding
  • Reasons to vaccinate during pregnancy; including the benefits for pregnant persons and infants
  • Pregnancy-related vaccine myths and frequently asked questions

The second part:

  • The overview of the SET-NET project
  • The sampling distribution in Nevada
  • The trimester of COVID-19 diagnosis
  • Current birthing trends of the sampled cases
  • COVID-19 race and ethnicity distribution
  • Overview of the vaccination status in our sample population

The final part will be a facilitated Question and Answer Period with attendees.

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- An Overview for Parents/Caregivers: COVID-19 Vaccine for Children with Special Health Care Needs including Children Living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, presented by Sarah Jane Smith, MPH, MA and Vanessa Slots, M.D.

Upon completion of this webinar, parents and caregivers will be able to:

  • Understand the risks and impact of COVID-19 on children living with special health care needs, including intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Understand the ways in which inequities have disproportionately impacted children and youth living with disabilities and their risk of getting COVID-19
  • Understand which chronic medical conditions put children at an increased risk for COVID-19
  • Identify ways to support children before, during, and after getting their COVID-19 Vaccine
  • Understand the risks vs. benefits of vaccinating your child against COVID-19 as well as the safety of the COVID-19 Vaccine
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- Influenza Immunization in Children & Families: Challenges and Best Practices, presented by Michelle Hoffman, MD, FAAP

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Review the science of influenza vaccines
  • Review Nevada’s influenza vaccine statistics
  • Address barriers to influenza vaccination uptake including racial and ethnic disparities
  • Discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on influenza season and vaccination rates
  • Outline strategies to improve influenza vaccination rates
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- An Overview for Healthcare Providers: COVID-19 Vaccine for Children with Special Health Care Needs including Children Living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, presented by Sarah Jane Smith, MPH, MA and Vanessa Slots, M.D.

Upon completion of this webinar, healthcare providers will be able to:

  • Understand the risks and impact of COVID-19 on children living with special health care needs, including intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Understand the ways in which systemic health and social inequities have disproportionately impacted children living with disabilities and their risk of getting COVID-19
  • Understand which chronic medical conditions put children at an increased risk for COVID-19
  • Identify talking points about the COVID-19 Vaccine for parents with children with special health care needs, including children living with disabilities
  • Considerations for ensuring equitable access to the COVID-19 Vaccine for children with special healthcare needs, including children living with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are homebound
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- An Overview for Parents and Caregivers Considering the COVID-19 Vaccine for Children (5 - 11), presented by Sarah Jane Smith, MPH, MA

Upon completion of this webinar, parents/caregivers will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of the COVID-19 Vaccine for Children
  • Know how to prepare their child for the COVID-19 Vaccine, including what to expect during and after the vaccine
  • Understand ways to protect their child, family, and community from COVID-19

2021 Webinars

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- Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Response, presented by Susan Vilardi, RN and Bri Gill, MPH

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Review pediatric Pfizer clinical information
  • Go over storage and handling of vaccine
  • Discuss Nevada’s rollout plans
  • Address communication themes
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- The Basics of mRNA Vaccines and Effectiveness, presented by Deborah Keil, PhD, MT(ASCP), DABT, NRCC

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of the mechanism of action for mRNA vaccines
  • Learn the applications for mRNA vaccines
  • Learn how the mRNA vaccine provides immunological protection to COVID-19
  • Gain an understanding of the safety of the mRNA vaccines
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- Storage and Handling of COVID-19 Vaccines, presented by Pamela Forest, MD

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Provide vaccinating partners with a summary of the available COVID 19 vaccine products
  • Explain the similarities and differences between the products
  • Allow providers an opportunity to ask clarifying questions on the available COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S.
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- A Global Update and Strategies for Avoiding the "Twindemic," presented by L.J Tan, MS, PhD

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to: 

  • Describe 2020-2021 influenza season activity and vaccination coverage rates; Understand influenza vaccine effectiveness
  • Describe ACIP and CDC influenza vaccination recommendations for the 2021-2022 influenza season
  • Discuss the impact of co-circulating influenza and COVID-19 disease during the current influenza vaccination season; Summarize CDC’s 2021-2022 messaging for influenza
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- COVID-19 and Delta Variant: Facts vs Misinformation, presented by Katrine Wallace, PhD MS

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Learn current COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness estimates against the delta variant
  • Learn methodological issues associated with determining vaccine effectiveness against infection
  • Discern facts from misleading information being circulated on social media and elsewhere 
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- The State of the Pandemic: Where do we stand and where do we go from here?, presented by Andrea Love, PhD & Jessica Steier, DrPH, PMP

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Discuss the emergence of Delta - how it came about and why we're at risk for other variants 
  • Common vaccine myths (and why they are not true)
  • How to talk to vaccine-hesitant patients, communities, etc.
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- Working with the Successes of HPV Vaccine in a Time of Rising Vaccine Hesitancy, presented by Richard Moriarty, MD, FAAP

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Understand the CDC/ACIP HPV Vaccine recommendations for pre-teens and adolescents
  • Describe the current status of HPV-related disease and vaccination efforts
  • Learn how to create a culture of immunization in your practice
  • Understand the resources and materials available to help your practices
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- Let's Talk About Vaccines: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy, presented by Sheila L Palevsky MD MPH FAAP

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Explain reasons underlying vaccine hesitancy
  • Describes approaches to dealing with the vaccine hesitant family to increase vaccine confidence
  • Introduce the skills and framework to address vaccine hesitancy (motivational interviewing)
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- Meningitis B: Meningitis B: What You Need to Know To Increase MenB Vaccination Rates in Nevada, presented by Alicia Stillman, MPH and Patti Wukovits, BSN, RN

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Strategies for improving vaccine uptake
  • Background on meningitis, MenB vaccine, and vaccination rates
  • Educate providers on the importance of vaccination conversations with adolescents

 

  • Implement strategies to raise awareness, offer evidence-based information, and promote opportunities for patient and community engagement
  • Prevention efforts for diseases such as oral cancer and head/neck cancers
  • Discussion on the risk factors for these diseases
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- Head and Neck Cancer Screening, Treatment, Rehabilitation & Prevention: A Panel Discussion for Health Professionals, presented by Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS, Abhinand V Peddada, MD, Michael West, Lisa Morris, MS CCC-SLP, and Breanne Van Dyne

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Identify the critical role that dental hygienists may play in head and neck cancer education, screening, and vaccinations
  • Discuss treatment and side effects for head and neck cancers
  • Discuss the impact speech therapy intervention can have on outcomes for head and neck cancer patients and what speech therapy treatment involves
  • Discuss the importance of vaccination in preventing cancers caused by HPV
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- How Politicization and Disinformation Impacted the Mitigation of COVID-19, presented by Norman Wright, RN, BSN, MS

Upon completion of this webinar, one will have reviewed:

  • Using the "just the facts" approach and the discussion of disparities related to COVID-19 deaths in the United States
  • Review of conspiracy theories, disinformation, and propaganda promoting false cures, anti-mask, and anti-vaccination movements
  • The application of the Nursing Process and critical analysis to separate fact from fiction to unify good public health measures
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- The Vaccine Mom Presents: Parents and Vaccines - The Roles Emotional Decision Making and Rejection of Science Play in Vaccine Hesitancy, presented by Taryn Chapman, MS

Upon completion of this webinar, one will have reviewed:

  • Discussion about fears, concerns, and anxiety related to vaccinations
  • Types of demographics in relation to vaccine hesitancy, such as anti vaxxers, science-deniers, etc. And how to communicate with them efficiently and effectively
  • Emphasis on providing facts and tell the "what if" story

2020 Webinars

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- Influenza Vaccination: Opportunities for Pharmacists as Patient Advocates, Educators, and Administrators

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Analyze the safety, efficacy, and types of influenza vaccines available for the 2020-2021 influenza season
  • Examine the etiology and transmission of the influenza virus
  • Explore interventions that pharmacists can implement to dispel patient misconceptions regarding vaccinations
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- The Critical Importance of Flu Prevention: Insights from a Mother Whose Daughter Almost Didn't Survive

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Facts and recommendations of the influenza vaccine
  • History of the influenza vaccine
  • Differences amongst each type of influenza vaccine
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- Challenges of Influenza Vaccination During the COVID-19

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Discussion of why is influenza vaccination important during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Statistics of the severity of influenza and related complications
  • Comparisons between the similarities and differences of between influenza and COVID-19
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- Communicating with Pregnant Women About Flu and Tdap Vaccinations

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Vaccination recommendations for pregnant women in the US and the new "Call to Action"
  • Overview of the statistics related to maternal vaccinations
  • Credible resources to help educate pregnant women about the importance and safety of maternal vaccinations
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- How Our State Can Increase Flu Vaccine Uptake

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • 2019-2020 Nevada Influenza Season: Summary, Updates, and This Season’s Expectations
  • COVID-19 – Impact on 2019-2020 Season
  • Trends of the 2020-2021 Seasonal Influenza vaccine along with the history of the vaccine
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- Addressing Parental Vaccination Concerns and Maintaining Immunization Rates in the Midst of COVID-19

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Describe vaccine hesitancy as a public health problem
  • Review reasons for parental vaccine refusal in pediatric practices
  • Explain the importance of maintaining routine immunization practices in the COVID-19 era
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- Reducing Missed Opportunities and Making Strong Recommendations for HPV Vaccination

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Describe the prevalence of HPV-associated cancer and the effectiveness of the HPV-vaccine
  • Identify communication strategies to make strong recommendations for HPV vaccination
  • Explain the importance of maintaining routine immunization practices for adolescents during COVID-19
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- WIC NILE Webinar: Vaccines, The Families You Serve, and You: The Basics

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Key messages about vaccines
  • Information about vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases
  • Checking up-to-date vaccination status and making referrals
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- NILE Webinar – Special Edition: Managing an Acute Psychiatric Crisis in a Private Practice Setting

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • How to address crises
  • Understanding the L2K process
  • Overview of treatment options for this demographic
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- COVID-19 and Mental Health: Recognizing and Addressing Mental Health Issues in Youth

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Identify the impact of COVID-19 crisis on children, adolescents, families and the community
  • Recognize emotional issues and trauma triggers in children and adolescents which may be brought on by the COVID-19 crisis
  • Identify several ways to address behavioral issues, emotional response and trauma issues in children and adolescents in response to COVID-19
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- An Old Friend is Back: The “What” and “Why” of Pertussis Reemergence

Upon completion of this webinar, one will have reviewed:

  • Changing epidemiology of pertussis
  • Pertussis clinical presentation
  • Outbreak management and prevention

2019 Webinars

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- HPV Vaccine Promotion: How to Effectively Use the Announcement Approach

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Learn an effective approach for recommending the HPV vaccine
  • Review the latest HPV vaccination practices
  • Build skills for effective communication and practice the communication approach
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- Healthcare Professionals and the Flu Vaccine: Best Practices for Reaching Healthy People 2020 Goals

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • How the HCP influenza vaccination works and National Recommendations from the ACIP
  • Immunization Rates in Health Care Providers
  • Interventions to promote flu vaccination among HCP each season
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- HPV and the Oral Health Setting: The Role Dental Professionals Play in Preventing Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancers

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Discuss the role of the dental professional to increase awareness and health promotion efforts for disease prevention
  • Learn signs, symptoms, and risk factors for oral and oropharyngeal cancer
  • Introduce self-assessment for at home screening and provide cancer resources for professionals and patients
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- Communications to Build Vaccine Confidence in Communities

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be to:

  • Discussion of vaccine hesitancy and how it is a multidimensional issue
  • Understanding the hesitancy in the context with British Columbia Studies
  • Learn techniques to build confidence and craft messages that resonate with clients
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- MMR Recommendations During the 2019 U.S. Measles Outbreaks

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Discussion of measles reports and statistics
  • MMR recommendations and the international/domestic travel guidelines for infants-adults
  • Management of HCPs exposed to measles, MMR adverse reactions, and contraindications
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- 10 Ways to Create a Culture of Immunization Within Your Pediatric Practice

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Understand why your practice needs a culture of immunization
  • Describe how all office staff play a part in creating a culture of immunization
  • Describe 10 ways to create a culture of immunization & Identify free CDC immunization resources for parents and clinicians
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- Vaccines to Mitigate Risk During Travel

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Understand the geographic locations or epidemiology of the 6 vaccine-preventable diseases
  • Become familiar with the current vaccine recommendations for these travel vaccines
  • Highlight 6 common travel vaccines
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- Death of Evidence: Implications for Immunization

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Discussion of the Trump Administration and science
  • Highlights the consequences of death related to vaccine-preventable diseases
  • Masking evidence-based decisions or not, and the politicization of some science
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- Maternal Immunization: Research to Practice & Making a Strong Recommendation

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Discuss findings and guiding principles from research with pregnant women and prenatal care providers
  • Understand the barriers and facilitators to vaccinating pregnant women
  • Discuss vaccination resources and materials for pregnant women and prenatal care providers
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- Social Networking for Disease Prevention

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Discuss the information gap that exists between public health and parents in the age of social media
  • Explore uses of social media to promote immunization and preventative health interventions
  • Evaluate parental use of the internet and social media for medical information and review guidelines for advocacy using social media
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- MenB: Why It Matters and How You Can Help

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Information about what Meningitis B is and the importance of getting the vaccination
  • Introduction to the Meningitis B Action Project
  • Statistics of Meningitis B cases throughout the nation

2018 Webinars

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- Connecting with Communities: How Can We Help?

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Introduction to cancer survivorship (demographics, late and long term effects of treatment)
  • Identifying patients with immunization gaps after cancer treatment and where to find more information
  • Absolute and relative contraindications for vaccines in cancer survivors and the use and timing of immunizations related to cancer treatment
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- How to Make a Strong Flu Vaccine Recommendation

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • How to implement CDC’s SHARE method to make strong flu vaccine recommendations to patients.
  • How to utilize the resources in Families Fighting Flu’s Healthcare Professional (HCP) Toolkit.
  • How to use personal stories to communicate the dangers of flu and the importance of vaccination.
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- Strategies for Improving Immunization Coverage Rates

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Overview of adult and adolescent immunizations and state-based efforts for increasing coverage
  • Evidence-based strategies for boosting vaccination rates
  • Resource review and components of a strong presumptive recommendation for HPV
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- Immunization for Cancer Survivors

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Introduction to cancer survivorship (demographics, late and long-term effects of treatment)
  • Absolute and relative contraindications for vaccines in cancer survivors
  • Identifying patients with immunization gaps after cancer treatment
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- Why Meningitis Prevent Matters

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Identify clinical signs of meningococcal meningitis/sepsis
  • Clarify the importance of recommending, stocking, and administering both meningococcal vaccines
  • Discuss one health system’s method for incorporating Meningococcal vaccines into practice
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- Provider Education: A key paradigm of raising HPV immunization rates

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Describe effective HPV vaccine recommendations for patients aged 11 or 12 years, as well as for aged 13 years and older.
  • Identify reassuring, confident, and concise responses to parental questions about HPV vaccination.
  • Implement disease detection and prevention health care services (e.g., smoking cessation, weight reduction, diabetes screening, blood pressure screening, immunization services) to prevent health problems and maintain health.
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- Updated Vaccine Requirements for Childcare Enrollment in Nevada

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Review a recent vaccine-preventable disease outbreak in Nevada
  • Provide guidance on the updated vaccination requirement for childcare enrollment
  • Deliver clinical expertise on the advantages of early vaccinations
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- Alternate Vaccines Schedules – What’s the big deal?

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Discuss Alternate Vaccine Schedules and the concerns with “Spreading out” vaccines
  • Discuss the safety and efficacy of vaccines
  • Address common concerns and review current CDC guidelines
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- Can't I just rely on herd immunity? Why measles vaccination is always best for children.

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Ethical principles of decision-making for children
  • Measles and vaccination basic facts
  • Critically review Argument A, and talk with parents
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- Session 4 - Nevada Web IZ: Adult Immunization Improvement Project

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe: 

  • Discussion of Nevada Adult immunization rates and the barriers to improving vaccination rates
  • Review of NV WebIZ
  • Adult Immunization Task Force, Consumer Awareness Campaign, Section 317 Vaccine, and provider education
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- Session 3 - Pneumococcal Vaccines for Adults

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Overview of the pneumococcal vaccines for adults
  • History of the pneumococcal vaccine and risk factors for the disease
  • Statistical data related to pneumococcal vaccination rates, disease cases, and recommendations
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- Session 2 - Adult Immunizations

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Standards for adult immunization practice and the discussion of disease burden
  • Strategies to improve vaccination coverage
  • Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults Aged 19 Years or Older, United States, 2018
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- Adult Immunization Summit - Session 1 - Pharmacists Role within the Immunization Neighborhood

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to"

  • Review of the Healthy People 2020 Coverage and goals
  • Discussion of access barriers and current adult immunization environment
  • Strategies on how to increase public understanding, communication, documentation along with the engagement of providers and patients

2017 Webinars

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- Navigating Vaccine Hesitancy

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Highlight the importance of improving vaccine coverage among children and adults
  • Discussion on the increasing statistics of vaccine-preventable diseases in the U.S.
  • Discussion on vaccine hesitancy and how to address it
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- Protecting Older Adults from Seasonal Influenza: Addressing the Challenges and Understanding Immunization Options

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Review of the factors that influence seasonal influenza
  • Discussion of the age-related changes in connection to susceptibility of contracting the disease
  • Overview of FLUAD effectiveness data in the older adult population
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- The FluFIT Program: A Pathway to Higher CRC Screening Rates in Primary Care and Integrated Health Systems

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to describe:

  • Characteristics of a High-Quality FIT Program and why to use FIT
  • Overview of Flu-FIT Program Components
  • Implementation Examples and Resources
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- Notifiable Diseases in Nevada and Washoe County

Upon completion of this webinar, one will be able to:

  • Understand how notifiable diseases are defined and are regulated
  • Know what notifiable diseases are, how they should be reported, who is responsible for reporting, and where to report
  • Be aware of the role of public health in preventing and controlling notifiable diseases