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  • Events Advocacy Best Practices About Us Contact Blog Twitter Facebook Mar 24 2015 Children who can t be vaccinated have rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every

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  • rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn

    Original URL path: http://www.immunizeusa.org/education/events/summits/important-immunization-issues-for-2015/ (2015-03-27)
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  • Institute here View more information about the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response here Home Education Events Advocacy Best Practices About Us Contact Blog Twitter Facebook Mar 24 2015 Children who can t be vaccinated have rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s

    Original URL path: http://www.immunizeusa.org/education/events/summits/preventing-pandemics-ebola-and-neglected-tropical-diseases/ (2015-03-27)
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  • of Exemptions on Disease Rates The presenter discussed the epidemiology and implications of vaccine refusals Risks at both the individual and community levels were reviewed The session also focussed on how to address vaccine hesitancy and refusals in clinical settings Presenter Saad Omer PhD MBBS MPH Assistant Professor Emory University Advocacy 101 Presenters discussed the best way to communicate a pro vaccine message to legislators Presenters Rep Debbie McCune Davis Program Director The Arizona Partnership for Immunization View PowerPoint Jason Sabo Owner Frontera Strategy View PowerPoint Vaccine Hesitancy Presenters discussed various aspects of vaccine hesitancy including ethical considerations of vaccine research and the history of the anti vaccine movement Presenters Jason Terk MD Cook Children s Healthcare System View PowerPoint Leila Sahni MPH Immunization Action Plan Coordinator Texas Children s Hospital View PowerPoint Healthcare Worker Vaccination Presenters discussed healthcare worker vaccination promotion rates and human resource policies Presenters Carole J Hackett RN BSN EdM CPLP VP of Human Resources The Methodist Hospital View PowerPoint Ed Septimus MD Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology Clinical Services Group HCA Inc View PowerPoint Erica Swegler MD North Hills Family Medicine View PowerPoint LUNCH PLENARY Autism A Neurodevelopmental Disorder The presenter provided a general overview of autism Presenter Robert Voigt MD Professor Chief Section of Developmenal Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine Director Meyer Center for Development Pediatrics Texas Children s Hospital View PowerPoint Adolescent Immunizations Presenters discussed adolescent immunization rates in Texas This session also focussed on the HPV vaccine recommendations for boys Presenters Amy Middleman MD MPH MSEd Associate Professor of Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine Director Adolescent and Young Adult Immunization Texas Children s Hospital Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research View PowerPoint Jennifer Dietrich MD MSC Assistant Professor Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Assistant Professor Department of Pediatrics Fellowship Director Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Chief of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Texas Children s Hospital Division Director Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology CME Director Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Baylor College of Medicine View PowerPoint Media Training 101 Presenter discussed ways to engage the media to promote your message Presenter Cherri Carbonara Principal Carbonara Group View PowerPoint Flu Vaccine Presenters reviewed recent data on the safety of influenza vaccines This session also focussed on how to promote the influenza vaccine in our communities Presenters Joe Lastinger MBA Families Fighting Flu Michelle Bohreer JD Rotary Club of Houston Skyline Manjusha Gaglani MD Section Chief Pediatric Infectious Diseases Professor of Pediatrics Texas A M University Chair Infection Prevention Committee McLane Children s Hospital Scott White View PowerPoint CLOSING PLENARY Break Through the Challenges to Patient Vaccine Hesitancy WARNING This presentation contains doctors mashing medicine music and megalomania in an effort to educate and entertain If you are allergic to uncontrolled laughter rap parodies hilarious yet informative medical videos or satirical healthcare news beatboxed by aging medical school buddies please refrain from viewing this presentation Presenter ZDOGG MD A hospital doc creating yesterday s healthcare satire tomorrow for a better today View PowerPoint Archived Resources

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  • Anderson Cancer Center PLENARY 4 Important Immunization Issues for 2015 Presented by Nidhi M Nakra MPH The Immunization Partnership SPECIAL PLENARY Preventing Pandemics Ebola and Neglected Tropical Diseases Presented by Peter Hotez MD PhD FASTMH FAAP Baylor College of Medicine Texas Children s Hospital Sabin Vaccine Institute Closing Remarks Event Steering Committee Laura Blanke MPH Texas Pediatric Society the Texas Chapter of the AAP LaTasha Hinckson Callis Community Involvement Coordinator City of Houston Robyn Correll Carlyle MPH Community Outreach Coordinator The Immunization Partnership Rachel Cunningham MPH Immunization Registry and Educational Specialist Texas Children s Hospital Anna Dragsbaek JD President CEO The Immunization Partnership Anil T Mangla MS PhD MPH FRIPH Assistant Director of Health San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Marc Mazade MD Pediatrician Cook Children s Lindy McGee MD FAAP Pediatrician Pediatrics around the Bend Melanie Mouzoon MD FAAP Pediatrician Kelsey Seybold Clark Petty Metro Health Senior Management Analyst City of San Antonio Saroj Rai PhD Immunization Branch Manager Texas Department of State Health Services Mark Ritter CDC Senior Public Health Advisor Texas Department of State Health Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cherise Rohr Allegrini PhD MPH Organizational Consultant The Immunization Partnership Leila C Sahni MPH Immunization Action Plan Coordinator Texas Children s Hospital Kirk White MSN RN Director Center for Healthcare Professionals Coleman College for Health Sciences Houston Community College Event Sponsors A very special thank you to the following event sponsors Protectors H E B Spirit Golf St David s Foundation Inoculators BCFS Abell Hanger Foundation San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Eradicators St Luke s Foundation Preventers Children s Memorial Hermann Cook Children s Healthcare CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System Advocates Amerigroup Dr Angelo Giardino Dr Cheryl Hardin Harris County Health District MD Anderson Randalls Texas Academy of Family Physicians Texas Pediatric Society If you or your organization would like to make a contribution to this event please click here for sponsorship opportunities Questions Contact Robyn Correll Carlyle MPH Project Manager E mail Ph 281 400 3689 Archived Resources Summit Archives Webinars Archives Lunch Learn Archives Special Event Archives Home Education Events Advocacy Best Practices About Us Contact Blog Twitter Facebook Mar 24 2015 Children who can t be vaccinated have rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out

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  • of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn Correll Carlyle My first year of public health grad school I went into the student health center for my general checkup My blood pressure was well within range I was a healthy weight I exercised three times a Continue reading Feb 5 2015 Measles Control Made Easy Stronger Laws Equal Less Disease This post originally appeared on The Network for Public Health Law on February 4 2015 Virtually no other set of public health laws have had as direct an effect on health as immunization laws Strong laws lead to high immunization Continue reading Jan 29 2015 What you need

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  • individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn Correll Carlyle My first year of public health grad school I went into the student health center for my general checkup My blood pressure was well within range I was a healthy weight I exercised three times a Continue reading Feb 5 2015 Measles Control Made Easy Stronger Laws Equal Less Disease This post originally appeared on The Network for Public Health Law on February 4 2015 Virtually no other set of public health laws have had as direct an effect on health as immunization laws Strong laws lead to high immunization Continue reading Jan 29 2015 What you need to

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  • rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn Correll Carlyle My first year of public health grad school I went into the student health center for my general checkup My blood pressure was well within range I was a healthy weight I exercised three times a Continue reading Feb 5 2015 Measles Control Made Easy Stronger Laws Equal Less Disease This post originally appeared on The Network for Public Health Law on February 4 2015 Virtually no other set of public health laws have had as direct an effect on health as immunization laws

    Original URL path: http://www.immunizeusa.org/events/take-action-legislative-webinar-whats-new-with-texas-immunization-laws-and-how-can-i-make-a-difference/?ecode=105 (2015-03-27)
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