1 2011 NC Immunization Conference Making a Better Tomorrow August 10 12, 2011 Agenda Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Time Topic Location Speaker(s) 11:00 Registration Desk 5 1:30 Opening Plenary Guilford DE Welcome Beth Rowe-West, RN, BSN Head, Jeff Engel, MD, State Health Director 1:50 The Impact of Vaccines Anne Schuchat, MD, Director, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases 3:00 Break Guilford Prefunction 3: Immunization Update Guilford DE Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH, CDC, Education, Information & Partnership Branch, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases 5:00 Adjourn
2 Thursday, August 11, :30 Breakfast provided Exhibits Guilford Prefunction Concurrent Sessions (some sessions are repeated throughout the conference) 8:30 10:00 Vaccine Storage and Handling II (Protecting vaccines to ensure viability) (154) Risky Business of Parental Refusals (Ways providers can respond to parents refusing vaccines) Operating Off-Site Vaccination Campaigns (Coordinating successful community vaccination events) Vaccine Safety (How we know vaccines are safe) IV (100) Mary Ivers, Site Visit Coordinator Shirelle Everett, Vaccine Storage and Handling Kristina Simeonsson, MD, MSPH Karin Hillenbrand, MD ECU School of Medicine Kristen Carroll, MPH, Special Populations Coordinator, LHDs Elizabeth Draper, RN, Mary Stanley, RN Clinical Nurse s, Contraindications to Vaccines Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH, CDC (Valid medical reasons for not administering vaccines) Immunization 101 (Clinical refresher for new immunizers) Lori Hall, RN, Beth Meadows, RN, MSN, NCSN Regional Nurse s, NCIR Q & A Jammie Johnson, NCIR Unit Manager, Glenda ( Get answers to the most common NCIR questions and Anderson, NCIR Coordinator, Sriram your questions) Venkataraman, NCIR Technical Lead 10:00 Break & Exhibits Guilford Prefunction
3 Thursday, August 11, Concurrent Sessions Continued 10:30 11:30 Flu Season Update (Flu vaccine availability and ordering for the population II (154) you serve) NCIR and Vaccine Accountability (Using NCIR to manage vaccine inventory) Adult Immunizations (Vaccine recommendations for adults including health care workers) Playing Hard to Get - Addressing & Overcoming Barriers to Vaccinating Adolescents (Increasing adolescent vaccination coverage) Contraindications to Vaccines (Valid medical reasons for not administering vaccines) Are You Ready for a Site Visit (Insight to assuring your facility is ready for a site visit from the ) Overcoming Disease in Your Community for Local Health Departments (Disease investigation, actions, roles and responsibilities of local health departments) IV (100) Brandon Rector, MSW, Vaccine Distribution Unit Manager, Glenda Anderson Donna Weaver, RN, MS, CDC CDC, Education, Information & Partnership Branch, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases Amanda Dayton, MA, Adolescent Immunization Coordinator, Andrew Kroger, MD, MPH, CDC Beth Meadows, RN, MSN, NCSN, Regional Nurse Wendy Holmes, RN, Field Services Unit Manager, Gail Baker, RN, Gina Holland, RN, Regional Nurse s Jenny Snow, MPH, Public Health,, Megan Davies, MD State Epidemiologist, Division of Public Health
4 Thursday, August 11, :45 noon Lunch (will be provided) Guilford DEF 1:00 2:00 Guilford DEF Communicating Vaccine Safety Information to Parents: A New Framework Alison Singer, President of the Autism Science Foundation Thursday, August 11, Concurrent Sessions Continued 2:15 3:15 NC Immunization Law (Overview of NC immunization laws and valid II (154) exemptions) NCIR and Vaccine Accountability (Using NCIR to manage vaccine inventory) Flu Season Update (Flu vaccine availability and ordering for your population) Preventing Vaccination Errors (Strategies to prevent common vaccination errors) Private Providers Actions to Overcome Disease (Disease investigation, actions, roles and responsibilities of private provider offices) Are you Ready for a Site Visit (Insight to assuring your facility is ready for a site visit from the ) Q & A with the Clinical On-Call Nurse (Get answers to common clinical questions and your questions) IV (100) Isabel Reynolds, Charles Philbeck, Public Health s, Glenda Anderson Brandon Rector, MSW Lori Hall, RN, Tammy Pentony, RN, BSN, Regional Nurse s, Gail Baker, RN, Jenny Snow, MPH, Gina Holland, RN, Megan Davies, MD Beth Meadows, RN, MSN, NCSN Wendy Holmes, RN Mary Stanley, RN Elizabeth Draper, RN
5 3:15 Break & Exhibits Guilford Prefunction Thursday, August 11, Concurrent Sessions Continued 3:30 5:00 Vaccine Storage and Handling (Protecting vaccines to ensure viability) Risky Business of Parental Refusals (Ways providers can respond to parents refusing vaccines) Resources for Health Care Professionals (Find out what immunization educational resources are available for easy use) Benefits of NCIR Reports (Understanding and interpreting various reports available through NCIR and the benefits to your facility) Operating Off-Site Vaccination Campaigns (Coordinating successful community vaccination events) Immunization 101 (Clinical refresher for new immunizers) Immunization Program General Q & A (Get answers to your immunization program questions) II (154) IV (100) Mary Ivers, Shirelle Everett Kristina Simeonsson, MD, MSPH Karin Hillenbrand, MD Donna Weaver, RN, MS, CDC Holly Kiel, Becky Batchelor, Ashley Luck Public Health s, Kristen Carroll, MPH LHDs Lori Hall, RN, Beth Meadows RN, MSN, NCSN Beth Rowe-West RN, BSN, Immunization Branch Unit Representatives
6 Friday, August 12, :30 Breakfast Guilford DEF 8:30 10:00 Concurrent Sessions Cocooning Our Infants (Enhancing Tdap and flu vaccinations among parents and contacts of newborns) NC Immunization Law (Overview of NC immunization laws and valid exemptions) Benefits of NCIR Reports (Understanding and interpreting various reports available through NCIR and the benefits to your facility) Q & A with the On-Call Clinical Nurse (Get answers to common clinical questions and your questions) Preventing Vaccination Errors (Strategies to prevent common vaccination errors) Tracking Perinatal Hepatitis B Cases using NCEDSS for LHDs (Steps to follow those babies using NCEDSS) II (154) IV (100) Emanuel Chip Walter, MD, MPH Duke Health Isabel Reynolds, Charles Philbeck Holly Kiel, Becky Batchelor, Ashley Luck Mary Stanley, RN Elizabeth Draper, RN Lori Hall, RN, Tammy Pentony, RN, BSN Mara Larson, MPH, Public Health Sheree Smith, RN, BSN, Hepatitis B 10:00 Break Guilford DEF 10:30 12:00 Closing Plenary Guilford DEF Together We Can Make a Better Christoph Diasio, MD, Sandhills Pediatrics, Inc. Tomorrow Katz Award Thanks for coming!
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