Back to the Vax, Back to Reality

September 1, 2021

Two former “anti-vax” mothers share their experience in moving to science-based, vaccine advocates. They also describe what prompted their vaccine resistance and their subsequent pro-vaccine opinions in hopes of helping providers better prevent vaccine resistance in their patients
CME, CNE and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

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Vaccine Confidence: Social Media and You

April 8, 2021

This webinar explores social media usage trends and why it is important for health care providers to be on social media.

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Vaccine Hesitancy in a Time of COVID-19

February 2, 2021

This presentation will discuss how vaccine hesitancy will affect efforts to fight the COVID 19 pandemic.

CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is available.

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Communicating with the Latino Population about Vaccines

November 25, 2020

This presentation will discuss strategies for communicating with the Latino population to boost their confidence and acceptance of vaccines.

CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is available.

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Back to the Vax

April 19, 2021

Lydia Greene discusses her journey from being an “antivax” mom to being a vaccine proponent and advocate. Dr. Baldwin and Lydia offer insight into communicating with parents and families who may be vaccine hesitant or resistant.

CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

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Boosting Vaccine Confidence by Effectively Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy

February 17, 2021

This presentation will offer strategies for addressing vaccine hesitancy effectively in an effort to boost vaccine confidence and trust.

CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is available.

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Understanding and Building Vaccine Confidence

December 7, 2020

This webinar will review hesitancy around all vaccines. The presentation will discuss vaccine attitudes, vaccine confidence (and why it’s important), vaccination rates and trends, and the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine development process (and how to develop confidence around the eventual vaccine).

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Vaccines and Minority Populations

November 25, 2020

This presentation will explain why minority populations might be vaccine hesitant, how to boost their confidence in vaccines, and identify new strategies for vaccinating.

CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is available.

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COVID-19 Vaccines: Considerations in Practice

March 10th, 2021

This presentation will identify the various COVID 19 vaccine options and present current guidance for providers related to vaccine components, mechanisms of action, and considerations for administration in various age groups.
CME, CNE and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

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COVID-19 Myths From Infections to Treatment to Vaccines

March 10th, 2021

This presentation will identify the myths and misinformation regarding COVID 19 infections, treatments and vaccines and offer accurate information to share with patients.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

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The Imperative for Adolescent Vaccination in the Context of COVID-19

April 14, 2021

This presentation will discuss the issues surrounding catching up our teens on missed vaccines, administering the COVID vaccine, and factors regarding timing of these vaccines.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

Working Together to Eliminate Cervical Cancer

April 28, 2021

This presentation will feature a story of one courageous woman who embarkeded on a call to action during her final months of life. Two physicians from the National HPV Roundtable will discuss how we can work together to raise HPV vaccine rates and reduce cases of cervical cancer.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy continuing education is available.

How Political Partisanship Impacts Vaccination

September 13, 2021

Highlights research around political affiliation and vaccine opinions and uptake, and how as health care providers, we can use that information to improve vaccine discussions and acceptance.
CME, CNE and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

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Vaccine Advocacy in State Legislatures

June 17, 2021

Over the course of the past 2 decades, vaccines have become a hot-button political issue. SAFE Communities Coalition will provide a brief history of state-level legislation and the well-organized anti-vaccine opposition. They will share the current best practices in legislative advocacy and how to advance a pro-vaccine agenda in Indiana.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy Continuing Education is available.

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School Nurse Workshop: Effective Vaccine Communication

March 30, 2021

This webinar explores social media usage trends and why it is important for health care providers to be on social media.
CNE is available.

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Vaccinating with Compassion

January 5, 2021

This webinar will highlight strategies to effectively and compassionately vaccinate those who have fear of needles.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy Continuing Education is available.

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How Storytelling Enhances Vaccine Communication Webinar

August 6, 2021

This presentation will explain how storytelling affects one’s ability to respond to messages and impact vaccine discussions.
CME, CNE and Pharmacy continuing education is offered.

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Catching up on Meningococcal Disease and Vaccine Recommendations Webinar

July 13, 2021

This webinar gives an overview of Meningococcal Disease, available Meningococcal vaccines, and recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) on Meningococcal Groups ACWY and B Vaccines

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Mandates and Behavioral Change Strategies: Impacts on Immunization Practices and Public Health Webinar

May 10, 2021

Dr. Buttenheim will discuss how immunization mandates versus behavioral change strategies affect vaccine acceptance and overall public health.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy Continuing Education is available.

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The Political Landscape for Vaccine Policies in 2021

March 30, 2021

Amy Pisani, Executive Director of the National program, “Vaccinate Your Family” will discuss the national political climate for introducing vaccine policies on a national and state level and address some of the policies that may surface in the next year or two.
CME, CNE, and Pharmacy Continuing Education is available.

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